The Rani Mukerji diet – A one-pot chicken dish even a hopeless chef can make
Nothing beats the sound of that sizzle
Who says a good meal needs multiple ingredients? Chef Mohit Savargaonkar, the co-founder of Pod Supply, takes a leaf out the Rani Mukerji diet plan and shows us how to keep it minimal.
Juicy grilled chicken with a side of crisp vegetables topped off with an onion jus – excuse us while we drool just a little.
When crafting the Rani Mukerji diet, Savargaonkar lucked out because she’s “not a fussy eater at all. She likes simple food. This is one of her favourites.”
The chef adds that this protein-packed meal is great for people who are time-bound. Even with the marination, grilling and plating, it doesn’t take long to put together. The best part is that you can make it all quickly in one single pan.
This dish can also be recreated using boneless chicken. Though, Rani Mukerji prefers her meat on the bone. If you like the prior option, you can debone the meat and use the bones to make the jus.
Just the word jus may sound intimidating, but it comes down to throwing the ingredients in a pot and putting it to boil.
This recipe from the Rani Mukerji diet is easy enough for even the most hopeless chef to follow. The ingredients together give you a well-balanced meal, perfect for lunch or dinner. If you’re looking for breakfast options, we suggest you check out Ranveer Singh’s favourite which is like a DIY version of Chocos.
Savargaonkar walks us through the entire process. Watch the video now, the sound of the meat sizzling will give you goosebumps.