is probably among India's most famous foods! It is what has brought the Tandoor (clay oven) and foods cooked in it to prominence. There is nothing to beat the lovely smokey flavor cooking in a Tandoor creates in foods. From breads to Kababs and curries, there's a lot you can cook Tandoori style. However, since most people don't have a Tandoor in their backyard, all my recipes have been written with instructions for cooking in an oven or on the grill or barbecue. Here they are...
Among the most famous Indian foods, Tandoori Chicken is loved by people the world over. The nicest thing about this dish though, is that it's really easy to make! Once you've got the basic recipe for Tandoori Masala (recipe below), prepare and store it so you can cook Tandoori Chicken anytime you feel the urge to eat some.
Naans are traditionally cooked in a Tandoor or earthern oven but can also be made in your oven at home. Serve this delicious bread hot, with popular dishes like Tandoori Chicken or kebabs of different kinds. The dough for Naans needs to be made in advance so factor that into the preparation time.
The word Tikka means bits, piecces or chunks. Chicken Tikka is an easy-to-cook dish in which chicken chunks are marinated in special spices and then grilled on skewers. Chicken Tikka can also be made into Chicken Tikka Masala, a tasty gravy dish.
Chicken Tikka Masala is a delicious dish in which pre-marinated pieces of chicken are grilled and then added to a thick creamy gravy. The result is a lovely smokey flavor. Serve Chicken Tikka Masala with hot Naans (leavened Tandoor-baked flatbread).
Soft, juicy chunks of paneer marinated in Tandoori masala and then grilled with veggies! This is a great dish to serve at your next barbeque.
Here's what a review about this recipe said: "It was a great experience while cooking and having with naans. And the taste was absulately heaven i should say to every body to try it atleast ones as it take bit long hours but it worth." Enjoy this grilled North-Indian kabab with piping hot Naans (recipe above).
This delicious kabab gets its name from the juicy, succulence of the meat used to make it. The meat gets this way thanks to the marinade in which it is soaked. Serve it with Mint-Coriander Chutney, thinly sliced onions and hot Naans (recipe above).