Grilled Tandoori Chicken ( It's a South Asia Punjabi Food )

Introduction: Grilled Tandoori Chicken ( It's a South Asia Punjabi Food )

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I am damn sure you will love to eat this dish which i made.. Yah!! Its a delicious South Indian special Grilled Tandoori chicken. I used my home garden backyard to cook.

The spicy marinade which coats the chicken gives it a distinct flavour, but the yoghurt balances it out to prevent it from being overly spicy.

It also gives off a smoky flavour which is due to the chicken being traditionally cooked in a tandoor but i made it in a small grill round jali.

This makes the dish unique to other Desi chicken recipes.

Tandoori chicken is one of the most commercially available meat dishes throughout South Asia.

Step 1: Ingredients and Cooking Equipments

Marination time - 6 to 8 hours
Cooking time - 30 to 40 mins

Ingredients

Chicken
Yoghrut or Curd
Turmeric powder
Garam masala
Kashmiri red chilly powder
Tandoor powder
Ginger Garlic Paste
Red colour powder (Optional)
Kasuri methi
Ghee ( For Flavouring )

Equipments Needed for Cooking

Mud Pot
Grill round jali
Charcoal
Tong

Step 2: Marination Process

1. First of all, take one plate add Curd, Garam Masala, Kashmiri red chilly Powder, Salt, Tandoor Powder, Turmeric Powder, Ginger Garlic Paste, Kasuri Methi and Red Colour Powder (It is Optional).

2. Mix all the above ingredients.

3. Rub it to the chicken pieces.

4. Let the marinated chicken sit for atleast 6 hours.

Step 3: Cooking Process

For cooking, I have choosen a unique way to cook the chicken.

1. Before cooking the chicken, take charcoal and heat it

2. Once it is hot enough, transfer the charcoal into a mud pot.

3. Place the grill round jali to the mud pot.

4. Then place the marinated chicken into it ... Cook it well.

5. After 15mins flip the chicken pieces and spread the ghee into it.

6. And cook this side about 15 mins.. It takes to cook about 30 to 40 mins.

7. Now the Grilled Tandoori Chicken is ready to be serve.

Step 4: Garnish and Presentation ( Eat and Enjoy!! )

The Mouth Watering Grilled Tandoori Chicken is Ready to Eat.

I just used Tomato and Mint leaves for Plate Presentation and some Onion, lemon and mint leaves for Garnish the dish..

Accompaniment - Mint chutney or Mayonnaise Sauce from Basic Mother Sauce.

Lets Eat and Enjoy!!

Step 5: Grilled Tandoori Chicken Making Video ( With Photos )

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8 Comments

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Sanadeeksha
Sanadeeksha

1 year ago

I tasted it.. Very hot and superb taste...
Loved it❤😍😍😍❤

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shivaranjani12
shivaranjani12

Reply 1 year ago

Hahaha... Thank u

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ashokvalar1
ashokvalar1

1 year ago

I love to eat grilled tandoori chicken..
Nice😊😊

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tercero
tercero

1 year ago

I love Indian food. It's highly addictive. Chana chaat, nan and Chai for comfort food with some raita. Or some Vindaloo...

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shivaranjani12
shivaranjani12

Reply 1 year ago

Thank you so much 😊😊