Chicken Marshmallow (RAMADAN SAVOURY)

Tuesday, April 03, 2018



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No it's not actually a marshmallow lol
it's not a sweet savoury,
however it is as soft as toasted marshmallow when this savoury is fried,
bit hard on the outside and soft on the inside. 

This is actually a savoury we tried for the first time last year
and I decided to share it with you as Ramadan Prep has already began for most people.
At the bottom of the post I would have linked the series of 
Ramadan Savoury Recipes I've shared 
so you can make the same recipes from the years before
or try something new. 
I will have all the links on my social sites 
so be sure to follow me there as well.


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- CHICKEN MARSHMALLOW INGREDIENTS -


500g Chicken Fillet - small cubed

4 Tbsp Green Chilies (paste)

1/4 tsp Salt 
1 Tbsp Crushed Cumin
1 Tbsp Ground Coriander Seeds
3 Tbsp Lemon Juice

1/4 cup Chopped Fresh Coriander
1/3 cup Feta Cheese - crumbed 
1/2 cup Boiled Macaroni 

- WHITE SAUCE INGREDIENTS -


1/2 Tbsp Butter
1/2 tsp Flour
1/2 cup Milk 

- COATING INGREDIENTS -

2 Eggs - beaten
4 -5 cups extra fine raw vermicelli








- METHOD -




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  • Marinate your cubed chicken in the green chili paste, salt, cumin, coriander seeds and lemon juice. 
  • Add some water and cook on low until done and leave to cook.




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  • Par boil your macaroni and leave to cook as well, with scissors cut them so they're small.
  • Now make your white sauce with the butter, flour and milk and once it's thick in consistency leave to cool.
  • Once the cubed chicken, macaroni and white sauce has cooled, strain the chicken of any excess water and mix all 3 together, now add your fresh coriander and feta cheese as well.

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  • Now grease baking tray and pat down the above mixed ingredients onto the pan in an even layer.
  • Place in the freezer for an hour or 2 till it's hard.

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  • When it's hard cut into small squares and place back into the freezer.
  • In 2 bowls separately, keep your beaten egg and crushed vermicelli.

  • Dip your squares into the egg and next the vermicelli .
  • Once they're all coated, freeze for another hour before packing away into your Tupperware. 

  • When you want to fry, in a pan add some oil, heat it up and place the savoury in the oil. Make sure to not add it when the oil is too hot especially is the savoury is right out of the freezer because it will burn.

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- PLEASE NOTE - 

  • It's called the 'marshmallow' kebab because it's incredibly soft, which can make working with it annoying. This is why I suggest when it comes to 'coating' do a tray at a time, as they soften they break which is why they need to be frozen.
  • If you find working with vermicelli hard, I love the taste and so a little effort is worth it, it's crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. But as an alternative you could use bread crumbs and double coat it. 
  • Please do not add a lot of salt, feta is a salty cheese so when marinating the cubed chicken fillet if you add a lot of salt it could make the whole savoury salty. 

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- PIN IT - 

It is so easy to pin a recipe you like right onto your pinterest boards,
simply click on the picture and it will automatically take you to pinterest. 
When you share the picture the link shares as well,
which makes it easier for you and any one else to find the recipe. 

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- RAMADAN SAVOURY SERIES - 



As the years pass I add a new savoury recipe to this series on my blog.
I do hope you enjoy my savoury recipes
some have been passed down from amazing women 
who make our Ramadan spread extra yummy!
I hope you like this Chicken Marshmallow Ramadan Savoury recipe,
takes a bit of extra effort but it's worth it because it's delicious!
I pray your Ramadan prep goes well
and InshaAllah you are blessed with a lovely ramadan to come. 

Please be sure to check out the other savoury recipes
and 
follow me on my other social media for the behind the scenes:

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10 comments

  1. Always looking for someting new to try for iftar during Ramadan. This dish I would probably only make during Ramadan as it seems quite a long process but it also looks and sounds delicious. I love the ingredients too.

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  2. A unique and perfect recipe. I can't wait to try it. Thank you for always sharing new recipes❤

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  3. OMG this looks droolicious...very new and interesting recipe...would love to try this for the upcoming house party....thank you for sharing...

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  4. Thank you for sharing this recipe, the end result looks beautiful.

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  5. Masha Allah I would have never thought to put something like this together! Defo for a special occassion

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  6. SubhanAllah, there is so much care put into these. Masha'Allah. And jazakillahkhayr for the prompt to progress with Ramadan food preparations.

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  7. This looks SO interesting! I'd never have thought to put these ingredients together - it sounds like this would be delicious with a tamarind sauce or mint chutney - and now I'm hungry!

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  8. This looks really yummy! Love the step by step recipe details!

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  9. MashaAllah very nice recipe... :) Thanks for sharing... :)

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  10. Mashallah, I can't wait to try out this recipe. A quick question, will 1 recipe (500g chicken) make 1 pan/tray?

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