Introduction: Tandoori Chicken in a Pan
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Tandoori Chicken brief introduction (Courtesy: Wikipedia)
Tandoori chicken is chicken prepared as food by roasting, yoghurt and spice marinated chicken, in a tandoor, a cylindrical clay oven. It is a popular dish originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is popular in India and Pakistan and has become popular in other parts of the world through restaurants serving food from the subcontinent.
Tandoori chicken was invented by Kundan Lal Gujral, a Punjabi Hindu, who is the founder of the Moti Mahal Delux restaurant. Gujral founded the restaurant in the Peshawar area of pre-partition India, which is now in Pakistan.
In the United States, tandoori chicken began appearing on menus by the 1960s. Jacqueline Kennedy was reported to have eaten "chicken tandoori" on a flight from Rome to Bombay in 1962. A recipe for tandoori chicken was printed in the Los Angeles Times in 1963, for "the hostess in search of a fresh idea for a party dinner"; a similar recipe was featured in the same newspaper in 1964, along with other chicken dishes from world cuisines.
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