The characters, places, events, foodstuffs depicted in this articulate creation are purely & solely based on non-fictional & fictional ideas & incidences as well. Any factual resemblance & relation, if intentionally or unintentionally found, to any of such characters, places, events, foodstuffs, facts & figures, has to be purely coincidental.
This article does not tend & even attempt to distinguish or merely compare between the ones who are vegetarians & non-vegetarians, herbivorous & carnivorous, who are tagged to be as ‘hardcore foOdie’ or the ones who are simply blamed or naturally to be starving like skeletons……….
Also due care has been taken while conceptualizing the sensitive yet hungry stuffs dealt while critically dissecting the chicken while bearing with the salty, spicy words etc throughout this episode. With this Sunday special menu & edition; this isn’t some recipe of article, yet another interesting but non vegetarian article, so veggies can make their customized recipe.
The pictorial representation, several content or otherwise depicted throughout the theme based for this articulate creation are for exemplary purpose & to certain extent does resemble any intentional connection to express support or show the brighter side & the other side of being a ‘Chicken Addict’ & also an attempt of spreading the word for creating awareness or some ‘issued in public interest’ kindda stuff.
These days, early morning ‘pak pak pakaak’ sound is hard to hear in the forests of cement, from crackling voice of chickens at its highest pitch; but the “Cockadoodledoo” has unmatched feel with the techno gadgets. Going by the basics, the chicken, as much researched & compiled, is a domesticated fowl, a subspecies of the Red Jungle Fowl.
On other hand, rooster (also called as cockerel or cock) is a male chicken, while the female is called a hen. Immature male chickens less than one year old are called cockerels. As one of the most common and widely spread to an extent, that there are more chickens in the world than any other species of bird. Humans keep chickens primarily as a source of food, consuming both their meat & their eggs.
When it comes to chicken; there is always one dumb question, as to what came first, the chicken from the eggs or the egg itself!!…..The chicken or the egg dilemma is commonly stated as “which came first, the chicken or the egg?” To ancient philosophers, the question about the first chicken or egg also evoked the questions of how life & the universe in general evolved.
References to the Chicken & Egg intend to point out the futility of identifying the first case of a circular cause and consequence. It could be considered that in this approach lies the most fundamental nature of the question. A logical answer is somewhat obvious, as egg- laying species pre-date the existence of chickens. However, the metaphorical view sets a ground to the dilemma. To better understand its metaphorical meaning, the question can be reformulated as: “Which came first, X that can’t come without Y, or Y that can’t come without X?”
Without much experimenting or simply dissecting the cells of the egg shell to explore into its inception…Moving back in to the world of chicks, eggs, chicken, rooster, hen & all their distant family members. Further glimpsing down the long list of menu (just to bring the aroma, feel, crispiness, sponginess, spicy & twist tingling tastes); be it Chicken Biryaani, Chicken Barbeque, Chicken Tandoori, Chicken Soup, Chicken Manchurian, Chicken Fry, Chicken Leg piece, Chicken Starters, Chicken Momoz, Chicken Grilled, Chicken Boneless, Chicken Tawa, Chicken Handi, Chicken Frankies, Chicken Roast, Chicken Saoji, Chicken Rolls, Chicken Nuggets, Chicken Pulao, Chicken Zinger, Chicken Wraps, Chicken Tikka Masala, Chicken Jalfreizi, Chicken Mughlai, Butter Chicken, Chicken Garlic Roast, Chicken Curry, Chicken Cutlets, Stuffed Roast Chicken, Murg Malai Kabab, Shahi Murgh, Chicken this, Chicken that, Chicken inside, Chicken outside, Chicken anywhere & Chicken everywhere. Well, the Chicken seems to be just having an endless & countless stuffs to mix up with & there goes the ‘Chicken on the Flame’!!!….
To tune in back to that Chicken, which was left for the dinner on a fine Sunday Evening. It was just a week ago, when a plan was made to feast on Chicken Masala, with Rotis, Jeera Rice, Salads etc. So, having arranged & managed almost all the accessories such as big utensils & spoons, small utensils & spoons, knives, scissors etc etc. After the tasks of setting & arranging all the requisite materials, basic ingredients etc, firstly chopping & peeling off the onions, tomatoes, coriander, lemon, green chilies, shuffling spices, soaking rice.
Later, at an advanced stage, marinating the boneless chicken with lemon juice, pinch of salt & Chicken Masala; simultaneously grating Paneer, & on other side, mixing up salt water & fighting & punching dough. With this, the kadaai was steaming & boiling with oil, pepper, other spicy condiments, chopped green chilies; by the time, the sizzled onion was turning reddish; & just as the marinated chicken was to enter in to the burning hot kadaai. Here, was the couple of twists of that fine Sunday evening, this delicious tempting article, & the marinated chicken as well.
The cylinder gas was out of gas all of a sudden & the struggle began for a feast-full dinner on a fine Sunday evening!!….The substitutes & alternatives for that ‘flame’; sprouted at the very spur; stove burner, microwave oven, mini cylinder, street side food stalls etc. At that struggling moment, came across the intensity of subsidized gas cylinders. As the minute was passing by of that struggle for feast; the time deadlines were another constraint to run behind the time.
Within a hour’s time of fueling & pumping the leased stove burner; outsourcing the supplementary tasks was the only best feasible option left, so accordingly, the tasks of making Rotis & steaming the Jeera Rice in cooker, were outsourced. So, by far now, continuing with the reddish onion & marinated chicken; it was half cooked, fortunately, after the couple of hours of struggle, the unsubsidized gas was managed.
Within just couple of dozen minutes, just when the chicken had given up & started to perspire to mix along with other ingredients, it had almost left the steam behind with aroma filled to give again a ‘pak pak pakaak call’ of ready to eat & serve. So, with arranging dinning accessories of plates, bowls, glasses, spoons etc, finally the breathtaking & awaiting moments while the Chicken Masala, crispy n crunchy Salad, Rotis, Jeera Rice was being served.
Everyone was just filled with excitement with less appetite left for the chicken to lay eggs in the stomach. With all the plates served & just over flooded with salad, lemons, pinch of salt, Rotis, Jeera rice & the mouth watering Chicken Masala; the second round had just started & in another couple of dozen minutes that feast full Chicken was indeed a feast on a fine Sunday Evening.
PS.: Having gulped down the ‘CHICKEN’; don’t forget to brush your teeth after this feast full mouthwatering spicy article!!!!….