Tandoori cuisine enjoys a separate fan base, especially in North India. The tandoori style of cooking is believed to have originated in the North-Western frontier where the delicacies were cooked in a gigantic clay ovens or tandoor. Nowadays, one can get portable tandoors due to which cooking tandoori delicacies have become a lot easier.
Tandoori delicacies are quite a rage in India with every restaurant having some of the iconic ones in their menu. From classic tandoori chicken tikka to tandoori soya chaap or even naan, the tandoori-style of cooking has taken the culinary world by storm. Did you know that you can even make chai with tandoori-style of cooking? Interesting, right? But what makes all these drool-worthy tikkas and kebabs so irresistible is also the spice or masala that one can use before or after the dish is ready.
Tandoori masala is a mix of spices that can take the taste quotient of any dish a notch above. One can simply prepare the masala at home and use it over your favourite kebabs and tandoori dishes for a stellar experience.
Here is a tandoori masala recipe that you can make at home in just about two minutes. All you need is a couple of spices and herbs, including dried and powdered ginger, garlic, black pepper, chaat masala, garam masala, red pepper, kasoori methi, onion and salt. Simply blend all these together to a fine powder. Store in an airtight jar and use it over all your tandoori dishes for a mouth-watering flavour and an aromatic experience.
You can use this masala in multiple curries and snacks as well to up the spice quotient a little.
Find the recipe of tandoori masala here.
Try it at home, use it over your tandoori delicacies and let us know your experience in the comments section below.
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