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Tandoori chicken legs/Drumsticke with barbeque masala


Ingredients:
Chicken legs---7
Curd/Yoghurt---1cup
Tandoori barbecue/barbeque masala----4ts
salt to taste
chili powder---1ts
coriander powder--1ts
Lemon juice---4ts
paprika/red color--pinch
onions, cilantro and lemon for garnishing
Ginger garlic paste-2ts
Zip lock bag
Method:



  1. Remove skin and clean the chicken drumsticks.
  2. Make 6-7 deep cuts on each drumstick and keep aside
  3. Now prepare marination by adding all ingredients(Curd+BBQ masala+salt+chili powder+coriander powder+lemon juice+color) in a large bowl and beat them till it attains uniform color.(2-3min)
  4. Now coat each drum stick with this masala.
  5. Add remaining marination along with drum sticks in to zip-lock bag and close the bag.
  6. Mix by turning bag upside down 2-3 times.
  7. Keep this in the refrigerator and incubate overnight.(or minimum 2-6hrs)
  8. Next day, take the drumsticks out of the bag and place it on the tray that is warped with aluminium foil and greased with oil.
  9. Bake at 500F for 20-25min turning at regular intervals.
  10. Remove the drum sticks from the baking tray and arrange in plate and garnish with onions, cilantro and lemon.
  11. Enjoy with rice as a side dish/ have like evening snack.

I hope you like this recipe and please leave your comments as a token of appreciation. Thank you for visiting my blog, and keep visiting for more wonderful recipes.

Comments

  1. Lovely barbeque chicken!

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  2. Cooked to perfection! I love tandoori and this recipe will be perfect for me! Thanks dear!

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  3. yummy looking chicken delicious

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  6. Chicken thandoori looks delicious.

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  7. Droolworthy tandoori chicken,simply irresistible..

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  8. AnonymousMay 16, 2011

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  12. I can't wait to make this chicken recipe and add some spices on it. Yummy

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