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Murgh Tikka Masala (Indian yogurt-marinated chicken kebabs) and Yakitori (link)


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Posted to Thread #1064 at 9:23 pm on Mar 7, 2006

Rec: Murgh Tikka Masala (Indian yogurt-marinated chicken kebabs) - This was very yummy! (m) (COMN)

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http://www.whats4eats.com/recipes/r_po_chxtikka.html

My notes:

This recipe had a nice zesty blend of
marinade ingredients. Donít wipe off too
much of the marinade before cooking, as
youíll miss those wonderful crunchy bits of
minced ginger and garlic that want to cling
to the chicken.

I made kebabs using my favorite kebab
chicken (boneless, skinless thighs). The
marinade was sufficient for 2.75 lbs. worth
of chicken in one freezer gallon bag. You
can use any kind of chicken you want. I
marinated the chicken for 24 hours. Next
time, Iím just going to grill whole pieces
of thighs.

Knowing I have a tub of green cardamom pods,
and being a glutton for punishment, I
crushed the pods and ground the seeds with
my mortar and pestle. I think I should
invest in a small $30.00 coffee grinder.
Buy the powder? Ė no way!

I used just shy of 1 tsp. of cayenne
pepper. The chicken did not turn out hot.

I didnít bother with food coloring. In
fact, I rather like the turmericís natural
yellow effect.

Happy dining!

Link: Yakitori


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