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Fried Tandoori Chicken is a popular Indian dish made with chicken legs marinated in a mixture of hung curd and spices brilliantly cooked in air-fryer
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Fired Tandoori Chicken Fried Tandoori Chicken is a popular Indian dish made with chicken legs marinated in a mixture of hung curd and spices brilliantly cooked in the Phillips Air fryer using very little oil hence it makes a healthy and nutritious dish. Tandoori Chicken is one of the most popular dishes in the Indian cuisine and has made a symbolic mark for its explicit robust aroma and fragrance that tempts most of us in eating this dish.
A traditional cooked tandoori chicken is made of chicken marinated in a mixture of yoghurt and spices traditionally cooked in high temperatures in a tandoor (clay oven) and also can be prepared on a traditional barbecue grill. In modern version of the recipe, red coloring is used to the dish. When cooked in clay oven, the chicken legs coated with spices are cooked over high heat hence engulfing the smoke into the pieces by which you get a awesome smoky, spicy taste on bite.
Tandoor cooked chicken actually dates back to the Mughal peroid. This delicacy was a main course of the enormous Indian feasts of that day. Other stories of its origins have arisen, such as the one below where few say the story of its origins lies with a man named Kundan Lal Gujral, who ran a restaurant called Moti Mahal in Peshawar before the partition of British India.
Trying out new recipes to keep his patrons interested, Gujral tried cooking chicken in tandoors (clay ovens) used by locals until then to cook naan bread. The tandoors are bell-shaped ovens, set into the earth and fired with wood or charcoal reaching temperatures of about 480 degrees. Gujral was able to cook the tender chickens in these ovens making them succulent inside and crispy outside.
The fame of Tandoori Chicken led to many derivatives like Chicken Tikka (and eventually the Indian dish popularized in Britain Chicken Tikka Masala), commonly found in menus in Indian restaurants all over the world. As we are all talking about eating healthy and nutritious foods, this specially cooked Fried Tandoori Chicken in Philips Air fryer is a fantastic dish fried in air using very little oil, cooked in a healthy way to keep us going strong and fit.
Do try and I am sure you’ll enjoy its aroma, savour and ask for more.
How to prepare Fried Tandoori Chicken:
Take the chicken leg and give few gashes over the leg. Take a bowl and add salt, ginger garlic paste, chilli paste, garam masala powder, kasoori methi, cumin pd, coriander pd, lime juice and hung curd. Mix all the ingredients well.
Apply and coat the chicken pieces with the spice mixture and rest it for few hours. Preheat the Phillips air fryer at 200 degree c for 5 min. After 5 min, arrange the chicken pieces in the basket and cook at 200 degree for 10 minutes.
After 10 min, pull out the basket and check. Apply little oil over the chicken pieces and cook for another 5. After 5 minutes, pull out the basket, remove the chicken legs and hot serve.
This Fried Tandoori Chicken is absolutely and easy to prepare dish. You can also marinate the chicken and refrigerate them and cook fresh whenever you want to. Moreover inspite of being cooked in very less oil, the fried tandoori chicken has an amazing crunch, is juicy inside bursting with flavors. This is a must try dish.
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Jey Foray Posted on Fri May 30 2014
So it's an oven? What's the difference between this and a standard oven??Reply 0 - Replies
Nitz Grinda Posted on Fri May 30 2014
Hey sanjay hope this is a end to your healthy recipe's. I beg you to go back to your old ways.?Reply 0 - Replies
Rohit Posted on Fri May 30 2014
Sanjay! The only reason, we, the students in USA follow you is because of your simple yet effective techniques to cook. Not everyone could afford fancy fryers. Please get back to the conventional techniques. Remember Vah Reh Vah is all about inspirinReply 0 - Replies
sumisanju Posted on Fri May 30 2014
Used to love his simple n effective cooking methods..Suddenly I am getting a feel that I am watching Telebrands Show and not Vachef..It used to be "all about inspiring others to cook" now it's inspiring others to "buy Philips AirReply 0 - Replies
Sista Brevet Hem Posted on Fri May 30 2014
Don't listen to the haters. I loved this episode, and will definately put the air-fryer on my to buy-list.And as someone said below here, making doughnuts in this would probably be awesome. And Mozzarella Sticks.?Reply 0 - Replies
Serkan E Posted on Fri May 30 2014
Chef can you make meat or chicken croquettes ??Reply 0 - Replies
Nagy Szilard Posted on Fri May 30 2014
Sellout, the peoples chef becomes a salesman.?Reply 0 - Replies
Tassycrafty Posted on Fri May 30 2014
How do you brine the chicken? You mean the dashes you made??Reply 0 - Replies
Ravenpixo Posted on Fri May 30 2014
Too much commerical?Reply 0 - Replies