Indian cooking tips: Indian chicken delicacies always manage to grab our attention. Be it chicken tikka, butter chicken, malai chicken or chicken kebabs, the list is endless and so are our cravings. From a string of chicken recipes that adorn the expansive menus of restaurants, there are certain dishes that we simply can never have enough of.
Roasted chicken masala is one such appetiser we can order as much as we want and still never get bored of. But amid the lockdown due to Coronavirus, eating at a restaurant seems like a far-fetched dream. Yet the silver lining in the entire pandemic situation is that many of us are channelising our inner chefs and trying out dishes that we are craving at home. Be it the butter chicken from our favourite place or a chocolate dessert, we cannot have enough of! And you'll be glad to know how roasted chicken masala too can be cooked at home without any fuss.
Here's a quick and easy roasted chicken masala recipe that you can try at home for your weekend evening feast with the family. The key to this tantalising recipe is the freshly ground tandoori masala made by grinding dry-roasted spices such as coriander seeds, green cardamom, cinnamon, bay leaf, black cardamom, cloves, cumin seeds and turmeric powder. The chicken is then marinated for half an hour in this masala along with curd, peppercorn, chaat masala, red chilli powder and ginger-garlic paste. The marination bowl is covered with a thin transparent sheet for it to set. The chicken pieces are then roasted to perfection for about 20 minutes. You can roast it in microwave or air fryer as well. Serve it with a tang of lime squeezed on top along with some chaat masala.
A perfect appetiser for some evening snack, this roasted chicken masala is an easy recipe to put together. Find the recipe of roasted chicken masala here. Try at home and let us know your experience in the comments section below.
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