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How Dantewada’s Kadaknath chicken could be the new food fad
A fowl from poverty-stricken and Naxal-affected Dantewada region in Chhattisgarh is slowly getting to be the favoured white meat on urban menus. The ironies are flavourful. The chicken has black meat and the state government is hoping women autodrivers will give it the required fillip to reach the economic scale to be self-sustaining.
Kadaknath: The disease-resistant super chicken that’s lending a helping hand in Marathwada
The Kadaknath — an indigenous poultry breed — is helping economically empower women in Maharashtra’s drought-afflicted regions. As Marathwada capitulates to yet another drought, its women,
Kadaknath chicken tickle taste buds
Visakhapatnam: Kadaknath, a fowl from Madhya Pradesh, is slowly getting to be the favoured white meat on Vizag denizens menu. Locally called ‘Kalimasi’ and it is considered a premium breed and its meat is priced at Rs 1,000 per kg which is more than three times that of broiler chicken and country chicken and its egg costs around Rs 50 each.
Hyderabadis becoming fans of Kadaknath chicken
Hyderabad: Black is not always dark. Or ask those who have tasted the Kadaknath chicken meat. This indigenous bird — raised by the Bhil tribes from Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh — found fans in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Kerala. And now, it is finding a fan club in Hyderabad too. The specialty of the Kadaknath chicken is not just that it is all black, right from the feathers, to bones and meat and eggs. What makes it more unique are the properties being attributed to its meat and eggs.
Reason why Kadaknath Chicken Breed is Healthy
Kadaknath is a Black Meat Chicken (B.M.C.) Breed from India. It is also a native bird of Madhya Pradesh, reared mainly by the tribal communities of Bhil and Bhilala. The generally available colors of kadaknath are jet-black, penciled and golden.
Who wants to eat an all-black superbird?
Twenty years is a long time to retain the taste of a dish. But Ashish Chopra, chef, author, travel writer, TV show host and culinary historian, just couldn’t get the Kadaknath chicken out of his head. “It had been cooked in a jungle-style curry. The flavours still tingle,” he says.
Kadaknath is the new Black
Black is not only beautiful, but black is a lot more expensive when it comes to poultry.Contrary to the white birds that dot all the broiler chicken outlets in the city, a new variety ‘Kadaknath’ chicken has made its entry here recently, boasting black feathers, black plumage, and hold your breath, black meat too!
Chef Kedar Bobade finds black chicken to be a rich ingredient to work with
The black chicken, or the kadaknath chicken, as it is called in Maharashtra, might pose a few challenges in the kitchen. However, what more than makes up for the effort you put in is its earthy taste, high protein content and low cholesterol count. Chef Kedar Bobade of Indigo Deli, first stumbled on the “wild bird” two years ago, on a biking trip on the border of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh.
मांसाहारी खवय्यांवर ‘कडकनाथ’ची काळी जादू!
देशातील महानगरांबरोबरच परदेशातूनही मागणी
आजचे युग ‘मार्केटिंग’ अन् ‘ब्रँडिंग’चे आहे. हे गणित जमले की त्या वस्तूला चांगली बाजारपेठ मिळते. मांसाहार करणाऱ्यांमध्ये अलीकडच्या काळात ‘कडकनाथ’ या नावाने प्रसिद्ध असलेली कोंबडी अशीच लोकप्रिय ठरली आहे.
Rediscovering Kadak Nath, India’s only black chicken species
I have always been fascinated by the story of Kadak Nath, India’s only black chicken species and one of just three in the world. Its cousins – China’s Silkie and Indonesia’s Ayam Cemani – command astronomical prices and are hailed as “superbirds” in America, but our Kadak Nath is barely known outside Madhya Pradesh,
Try black chicken to improve your heart health
Kadaknath is a local delicacy in tribal Madhya Pradesh and costs about Rs 1,000 per kg, but there’s quite a lot of truth behind the hype and folk lore.
Kadaknath on athletes’ diet chart soon
Kadaknath, a wild breed of chicken, may soon find a place in the diet chart of athletes who are preparing for the next Olympics or other international sporting event, says a scientist at the Jhabua Krishi Vigyan Kendra.