Awesome Bipins MasalaTandoori Chicken / Lamb Chop
by Bipins Masala
This is a simple and very effective way of making a professional tasting tandoori chicken or if you like tandoori lamb chops at home. I've made this dish many times, takes little time to prepare and most importantly goes down really well at dinner parties and becomes a talking point. The trick is to marinate the meat, ideally for 24hr, and use real fresh tandoori curry herb & spice blend ie. a curry paste made to traditional recipes using while fresh ground spices and Indian herbs. Avoid using the so called tandoori curry powder, these powders do little justice to the traditional authentic flavours that you get from a fresh Indian herb and whole ground spice curry pastes.
Once such a fresh spice and herb mix is the "Bipin's surti masala". The surti masala has all the spices and fresh herbs carefully put together to deliver the kaleidoscope of complex colourful flavours of authentic Indian cuisine. Give it a try 1000's of people have created one of the best tasting curries with ease and simplicity. Take a look at some of the feedback from up and down the country to all the way from Australia to USA to Sweden.
Awesome tandoori chicken recipe, the ingredients you will require are
800g of skinless chicken drum sticks with deep cuts or use lean lamb chops
3 tbsp of natural yoghurt
Juice and zest of half a lemon
1 Surti masala fresh curry paste (available by mail order from www.curryfusion.net)
1 tbsp of chopped fresh coriander for garnish
2 green chilli finely chopped, optional for extra kick.
Salt to taste.
Wedge of lemon.
If you prefer a mild curry chilli heat then use the Bipins Gam Masala (http://www.curryfusion.net/bipins-masala-range.php) which is traditionally chilli free, perfect for the delicate taste buds.
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