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Indian Tandoori Cooking
07-16-2017, 06:22 PM
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Big Grin Indian Tandoori Cooking
Traditionally, tandoori meals are cooked in a tandoor, a square shaped clay oven with a tiny fire in the bottom. The heat rises slowly but ultimately reaches a much higher temperature than a barbeque.

A tandoor is generally used to prepare naan bread, foods and kebabs (beef or paneer). The bread is stuck to the factors, the kebabs stood vertically and total birds rested on a grid within the fire.

For domestic cooking, a tandoor is not really convenient but the meat dishes may be produced on a barbecue or in the range. Hydrogen Rich Water
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I've a great fondness for tandoori style food. It's flavour, without being "hot" or full of calories or too filling. Visiting privacy seemingly provides warnings you might use with your boss. In fact it's a perfect plate summer or cold weather, if something a little different is fancyed by you. As it does not just take hours to prepare, a plus. Of course you can get all of the energy from the jawhorse and use a pre-prepared mixture, but I do believe they have less flavour and while if the individual spices are used by you, other dishes can be made by you as well, you cant use them for anything else. This original C&D Business School - Hydrogen Rich Water
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You can certainly make tandoori chicken (total), tandoori lamb chops (chicken would be more uncommon, but theres number reason why you shouldnt use it, if you choose) and lamb tikka (kebabs) but our favorite is chicken tikka because its so fast so heres my own recipe.

People are served two by this recipe - multiply it for as many people as you want.


2 Chicken breasts

1 small bath Greek yogurt

1 tsp ground cumin

1 teaspoon ground coriander

Teaspoon ground turmeric

Teaspoon cinnamon dust

tsp chilli powder (or to taste)

1 small clove garlic, crushed

salt to taste

1 tbsp lemon juice

Cut the chicken breasts in to 1 inch cubes and set aside.

Mix the tart powders and garlic in to the yogurt. Low fat yogurt can be used by you if you like. Since it can be quite over-powering you can also use fresh ginger or ginger stick from the container rather than ginger powder but go easy on the number.

At this time you may also mix in the salt and lemon juice but if you do so, dont keep the chicken to marinade for more than about 20 minutes or it'll become quite dry when cooked. If you want to marinade it for an extended time, put the salt and lemon juice just before you cook the meal or mix to provide.

Thread the chicken onto skewers and sometimes barbecue or cook under a using medium heat before chicken is slightly browned and cooked through.

For a light meal, serve with salad, pitta or naan bread and lemon wedges or for some thing bigger with rice and dahl..
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