Chicken 65 – Indian Food – By VahChef @ VahRehVah.com

Chicken 65 – Indian Food – By VahChef @ VahRehVah.com


I started this show hoping to have at least thirty thousand
hits per month that is thousand per day but I was
surprised it is thirty thousand hits per day right now not for month and if you’re watching
this congratulations you are among the 1 million hits who access this website now
it is so very encouraging and it’s pushing me to do more hello namaste salaamwalekum and satsriyakaal and welcome back to another episode with your VahChef at vahrehvah.com which by all accounts is getting even more popular as we shoot this episode many thanks to you I was forced to scale
up and move to my own private chat box server and I’m loving it so to celebrate today i will tell you
some nice stories about one of the best things you can make with chicken I have said many times on this Web cast
there is so much in a name a rose by another name will be totally a
different flower so here i am strolling around in a quiet
evening in my kitchen in Chennai and I decided to ask around as how the every popular chicken 65 got its name so here are the many stories if you are
still having a tough time to figure out where it originated from one junior chef
told me seriously, anna the chicken used in the recipe only 65 years old otherwise the dish won’t taste so good other wild discussion on the web says it is because the recipe demands that they should be
exactly sixty five ingredients to make this dish I pity the cook that tries and tries this myth to make this beautiful dish here we are going to show the
ingredients under 20 ingredients ok to make this dish here is chicken that is cut into small cubes and I prefer to use chicken thigh meat because when it is
fried it is tender and nice juicy green chili that is slit into slices, cumin
seeds coriander leaves one egg chilli powder curry leaves salt cumin
powder ginger-garlic paste ajinomoto red color I’ve got some chili garlic paste this
chili garlic paste is from Vietnam so try to get this chilli garlic paste it really comes out good corn flour chopped ginger chopped garlic and pepper powder so to prepare this dish take your chicken and add some salt to your chicken ok little bit ajinomoto and very little of ginger-garlic paste half teaspoon of pepper powder ok one or two teaspoons of corn flour and
mix it real good after you mix add one egg and mix it; we’re going to fry this chicken so what the egg does is it forms a nice coating and it won’t let the juices escape and would seal the edges and that’s how your chicken is going to
turn out really tender we got some hot oil so we’re going to fry this chicken make
sure do not have a lot of chicken into this add little by little so let’s look at the other story
someone else told me that this dish was at its peak of popularity in nineteen
sixty-five and someone else that it takes about 65 tries to get a restaurant like taste let me kill this story right now because
you are going to get it right just in one try. I have added to my second
batch of chicken to fry and I go on telling you all the stupid stories behind chicken 65 but here is the absolute truth this humble yet fantastic dish
originated in a military canteen in Tamil Nadu there’s so many items written in tamil
and to the military man that came from all over the
country the easiest thing to do to overcome the language problem was when he wanted the most popular chicken dish was to use the serial number on the dish of the menu; chicken 65 was simply the 65th item on the menu that is all now the chicken is fried and we got a good amount of salt in it so whenever you’re making this sauce for this try to use
less salt but let me tell you this is not exactly the recipes we used to make for the chicken 65 at the Park Sheraton but let me assure you that this is an improvised
version of the chicken 65 and it taste even better so to make this preparation add some oil
in a hot pan and add half teaspoon of cumin seeds when you’re cumin seeds splutters add half teaspoon of chopped ginger add 1 tablespoon of chopped garlic maybe I know this dish because of garlic you know add any amount of garlic and I’m like it’s fantastic now add your chopped chillies chopped curry
leaves now if you want to add, add very little ginger garlic paste the ginger garlic paste is not necessary
but if you want to add you can add a little bit and a little bit of pepper powder
little bit of cumin powder half a teaspoon of cumin powder and half a teaspoon of chilli powder salt little bit not too much and then add chilli garlic paste add little bit of ajinomoto now this is
an optional ingredient add red color see you know some dishes we are used to red color so much and you know you can add a little bit red
color and just before adding chicken add few drops of water drop your
chicken into this mixture just toss the chicken little bit I’m like your chicken 65 ohhh you know the amount of spices there’s a possibility that you can sneeze maybe there is some true to the fact that because of the spicy nature of this
dish its effect may last on you for 65 minutes after eating it but don’t go
telling people that it take 65 types of chilies to make this delicious
dish I have heard about that story too many times it sometimes makes you feel that way if
you don’t prepare it the way I told you all you do is sprinkle little lime juice take a piece good luck with your experiments with
chicken 65 if it comes out lip-smacking good remember to come back and tell me so and also try to use less spices than what I did because I am like a chili chilli eater and I’m hot hot all through i hope you have enjoyed today’s session of learning to make this
great finger-licking chicken 65 you know that vahrehvah is all about
inspiring others to cook so please post your recipes and cooking tips so others
may benefit from your great cooking

Dereck Turner

100 thoughts on “Chicken 65 – Indian Food – By VahChef @ VahRehVah.com

  1. Gangadharreddy Yerusu says:

    veryyyy tastyy

  2. Mohsin Ulhaq says:

    what is ajinomoto what called in urdu sir please comment me😒😒😒😒😒😒😒

  3. Vishweshwar G says:

    We tried your recipe… it was soooo yummy.thanks a lot for your recipies.

  4. Zenith Dental says:

    aginomoto is poison

  5. Zenith Dental says:

    i hate this recipe

  6. Chidananda Sahoo says:

    Can't believe it's 10 year old jewel. Hit like if you are watching it on 2017

  7. Subhash Sharma says:

    don't we use yogert in this recipe sir?

  8. Zameena says:

    Masha Allah you are a great chef , thankyou for showing us all how to make some great dishes. πŸ™‚

  9. Harish S says:

    people in chennai say it is originated in Buhari hotel

  10. 0000 0000 says:

    Dhlie ka jama macgid no 1 ka haji Mohamad Hussein chiken fry recipes style

  11. Rakeeb Bin Iqbal says:

    ajinamotto is dangerous for human body

  12. johnson says:

    It was numbered' 65' on a Tamill menu card read by a person who cud never read tamil…………………..

  13. Ernest Alphonso says:

    H! Vah Caf, I used Mutton in the place of Chicken, and made it Mutton65 with the spices and procedure give by U in this above video, it became so tasty, enjoyed eating it. Thanks.

  14. Namnama Elena says:

    Tthank you, God bless you

  15. Bibek Jena says:

    Motherfuckerr zyda vao kouin khata hyy

  16. Masterchefu Food says:

    wow. super recipe .yummy!!! http://bit.ly/2xE8we2

  17. Fara Fatima says:

    very nice recipes 65 wow

  18. chris says:

    Great recipe. Love your easy no frills approach to cooking. Keep doing your videos!!!

  19. Tamil Arasan says:

    It was originated in year 1965 so it's called chicken 65

  20. smruti nayak says:

    Very nice sir thanks for sharing

  21. smruti nayak says:

    Easy to make biriyani

  22. DINESH DAMARLA says:

    How many of you noticed that he's reading….

  23. S SYEDA says:

    7:47 lol

  24. Shaik Basheer says:

    too much talking very boring

  25. Imran Rao says:

    Plz making recipes not do over act

  26. Sneha Paul says:

    What should I use if I don't get Chilli garlic paste ?

  27. food chief says:

    Thanks chief today i tried and its come out very taste my husband love it

  28. Dev Shukla says:

    Best recipe ever. Instead of ajimomoto I added 1/2 teaspoon of sazon goya and it literally tasted like Indo-Chinese street food.

  29. Arjun Chettri says:

    Where is your curt you fool

  30. Sai Amarneni says:

    It’s likes not licks

  31. SELVAN TAMIL says:

    sir chicken 65 is add all inngredients mix well and deep fry then your chicken 65 differrent why sir?

  32. dj rada says:

    Do next video in hindi language

  33. rahul pawar says:

    U fucked up this with Salt 🀣🀣

  34. Faasaak kkk says:

    What a funny video

  35. Dr Jaslin Sisilia A says:

    Vah chef… Ur seriously vahre Va!!! I tried it n it turned out just yummy!!! I love Ur cooking. Best chef ever πŸ’πŸ’πŸ’

  36. star marzuq says:

    I know where it is exactly originated , chicken 65 is 65 days old tender chicken ( white leghorn) . and it was first introduced in 1951 by Buhari restaurant .

  37. Tinh Truong says:

    i searched the term "chicken 65" and this was the first result, I am glad I found it, or it found me…. Thanks.

  38. Gobi zen says:

    Ajinomoto not recommended one, not expected.from varah vah chef πŸ™

  39. Mohd Ibtehaj says:

    Sanjay Ur all dishes is OSM

  40. Deccan Food says:

    very nice

  41. kavitha t says:

    wow nice

  42. Card Twister says:

    It was good but Ajino moto and food color are not good for health. As a chef if u use it it seems kind of foolish as the restaurants only like to attract people. If u do this then there will be no difference between u and restaurants. But I really liked the dish. Thanks

  43. Chantal Grapefast Marie says:

    Solt.

  44. Chantal Grapefast Marie says:

    Chilli pooder πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚

  45. CLASH WITH AYUSH says:

    please make your video in hindi

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    please make your video in hindi

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  48. Yankee Chef says:

    I will cut out all that salt no msg and no food coloring and make! I know you were trying to show how to make it like the professionals but those things are not good for health so I'll skip it I'm sure it will be delicious!!!!

  49. pandramish prasanna says:

    arey pura math kale bhai mujhe bhi thoda denare

  50. Madhuvanthi Sridhar says:

    I love your recipes but let me correct you on the truth behind chicken 65. It originated in 1965 in a hotel in Tamilnadu named Buhari.

  51. Deepak Laishram says:

    And little bit of salt not much ……and he literally puts loads of it. πŸ˜‚5:56

  52. Deepak Laishram says:

    You sound funny sir πŸ˜‚

  53. Sameer Virani says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyCI-_UUe9w

    Plz like and subscribe my channel and share with your friends

  54. N&R's foods kitchen says:

    waw amazing

  55. gouri khandeshi says:

    Ive made this recipe …but it became bit dry… how can we make it juicy

  56. ananda rao says:

    Vaah chef tnq so much for nice dish really v enjoyed to see this video ..n v came to know that 65 .. …..originated n stories ..

  57. Bhanu P says:

    I want to make my comment as the 1k comments posted so far your a wonderful chief I have learned loads of recipes from you Thank you for helping us learn and to enjoy tasty food

  58. vincent james says:

    he looks vaguely like nicolas cage

  59. Atul Borkar says:

    Awesome recipe…it came out better than the local restaurant. πŸ™‚ THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

  60. Balaji A says:

    Chicken 65 was invented by Hotel Buhari in Chennai. It was invented in the year 1965, hence they decided to have this name. Here you go, thank me later πŸ˜€

  61. harish sehrawat says:

    perfect chef i have seen that you do always authentic. congratulations

  62. santhosh plathanathu abraham says:

    I used chili paste instead of chili garlic paste…but still worked greaaaaaaat !! thanks πŸ™‚

  63. Princess Yona says:

    this what all chef's doing ajinomoto not gd st all ..anyway its not a gd recipe

  64. Damodar Kafle says:

    plz hindi me hi bola karo yrr

  65. Myra Mo says:

    U r simply too good, Chef, recipes r awsome

  66. Myra Mo says:

    Dear Chef, I m making it now!! Food is my passion, eating or cooking, both. πŸ˜„

  67. solomon david says:

    Your recipes are more romantic and a great feast for the eyes

  68. smilee boruah says:

    Vah chef …I really wanna thank you specially for the biriani recipe…because people now a days here in Assam know me as a biriyani queen…but before I watched ur video I couldn't even think of making biriyani at home ….the way you talk in your video it encourage me a lot to make it….it is so encouraging…and you know wat is the best part is my husband request me every Sunday to make biriyani…thank you once again…

  69. Hano H says:

    I love it and i always order it. I want to make it at home so I can adjust the heat but gathering all those ingredients is too much work for me

  70. Farhan Khan A W says:

    Hello chef I have been following you for more than 12 years
    Hands down you are still my favorite
    Salute to u

  71. Neh S says:

    This is the best chicken 65! Vahchef never goes wrong! πŸ‘πŸΌ

  72. Sayani s says:

    V love u

  73. ulfat anwer says:

    I have tried this…yemmy

  74. Kokis says:

    looks good…. but please dont add coloring and ajinomoto..it will be a flop in the future..its harmfull for health issues..

  75. Mumtaz Lalani says:

    Thank you soo much it was yummy

  76. mohd majeed says:

    Could you make the chicken manchurian recipe

  77. Tony Francis says:

    Did today and tasted awesome. Thanks

  78. sharmila boddu says:

    Telugu lo chepara babu

  79. Soumen Chakraborty says:

    I like ur show and all the recipes , i have tried many of ur recipes and really came out very good. Ur show is simply gr8

  80. Yasmin Elias says:

    This is one of the most delicious ways to make Chicken 65. Everybody at home loves it every time I make it. And the way you explain so much in details makes all the difference. Thank you so much.

  81. Asma Munib says:

    Ur little bit is too big……😜

  82. kids videos videos says:

    Amazing

  83. KSL Multiservices says:

    he is really good in what he makes, plus it seems he enjoys his own food and thats very nice

  84. Angle Pari says:

    ΩˆΨΉΩ„ΫŒΪ©Ω… Ψ§Ω„Ψ³Ω„Ψ§Ω…

  85. Ruth Khalifa says:

    I love you videos. Pls stop using MSG ( ajinomoto ). It is bad for health.

  86. Akash Salimath says:

    kwatle satisha

  87. Heba Ben Saleh says:

    I cooked it yesterday and it was exactly like chicken 65 that I usually have in restaurants😊, BIG LIKE for this recipe. πŸ‡±πŸ‡ΎπŸ‡±πŸ‡Ύ

  88. vinaytara says:

    So where did the Vahchef use the funny named red chilli sauce?? loll

  89. prabhakar kmsp says:

    real reason for chicken 65 is this dish is discovered at 1965.

  90. chopra priyanka says:

    I think ur one turned out too salty, u put too much salt in it.
    But it is a good recipe, gonna try !

  91. Mohd Ibtehaj says:

    U r rock Sanjay thumma Ur all dishes is too good

  92. Mohd Ibtehaj says:

    Osm

  93. S Khan says:

    U R Best

  94. Reshma Khan says:

    Superb

  95. Miti Chowdhury says:

    I cooked this dish for a potluck couple years back . I have been cooking chicken 65 ever scenes for every potluck. Everyone loves it

  96. Sneha Chitturi says:

    I tried this recipe for the first time and it came out very well. My husband loved it! Big thank you to Vachef for this recipe!!

  97. Ambu Sreedharan says:

    Anybody wonder what chicken 64 was in the canteen?

  98. Simgood Simgood says:

    Hello! What is Ajinamoto?

  99. Rupinder Singh says:

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  100. Jomol James says:

    Sir, one of the stories might be that because of the smell of spices you may sneeze 65 times. Didn't you hear that?

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