Chicken Tikka is a chicken dish originated in the South Asia where it remains popular in both Pakistan and India. It is traditionally small pieces of boneless
Nutrition Value Of Chicken Tikka:
With its punch of protein for muscle strength and zero content saturated fat, Chicken Tikka wins over the tastebuds. Start off your barbecues, your dinner parties and even a quiet romantic evening with this scrumptious appetizer.
Recipe Of Chicken Tikka:
Preparation 25 to 30 minutes
Serves 8 peoples.
Chicken Marinade for 8 leg quarter
1/2 cup thick yougurt
1 tablespoons Cumin (slightly toasted and grounded)
1/2 teaspoon garam masala
1/2 teaspoon ground corriander
2 freshly squeezed lemon juice
Half packet Tandoori Masala
Cayenne pepper to taste
(Usually i just dump in every spice I see in my pantry! You can never go wrong with chicken tikka!)
1. Marinate chicken legs overnight or for atleast 3 to 4 hours.
2. Spray with olive oil and place the chicken peices on the hot grill.
3. Cook for about 25 to 30 minutes. Use any remaining marinade to brush the chicken while cooking.
4. Squeeze some lemon juice in the end.
5. Serve Hot!
Health Benefits Of Chicken Tikka :
Chicken Tikka is a low-fat Indian dish made with chicken and various spices and herbs. It can either be grilled or baked. The spices and herbs used in this dish specifically garlic paste and ginger paste, don’t just provide necessary flavour and nutrients but can also relieve you of common health problems and strengthen your body’s immune system.
Variation In Chicken Tikka:
For true Tikka masala, prepare the chicken as for the murgh tikka recipe and use the marinated, cooked chicken in the recipe above. Add more or less of the spices as you like. Adjust the heat of the dish by adding more or less cayenne pepper. Garnish the finished dish with some toasted cashews or almonds.
Uses Of Chicken Tikka:
Chicken Tikka can be served as a chunks and also can be used in waldorf salad, roti & paratha wraps, sandwich & sub , pizza, or can be served with fried rice and pastam it is totally up to you.Add to Favourites