This tandoori chicken recipe is a classic Indian recipe that will give you a soft, succulent, and super juicy chicken every time.
Delicious and tasty tandoori chicken, a new twist on how to cook chicken – Indian-style. Flavoured with yoghurt and a mix of spices, this chicken tandoori recipe will taste just as good as if it were cooked in a tandoor.
Recreate this Indian favourite in a matter of hours with this easy-to-follow and exquisite recipe. This tandoori chicken recipe is a traditional Indian starter packed with bold flavours and fiery spices.
Baked in the oven this is a healthy chicken recipe that turns out soft and juicy every time.
If you’re looking for a new spin on how to cook chicken, this is the recipe to try. Super juicy, flavourful, and so tempting you won’t be able to resist. Serve it as a starter or as a main with steamed rice and vegetables.
However, you choose to enjoy it, you are guaranteed to love it!
Back in my home in Pakistan, we have a tandoor. It is a cylindrical-shaped oven and using wood, a fire is created within the confines of the clay. Then you add the food and as the food is exposed to the direct heat of the fire it cooks relatively quickly.
I miss my tandoor, but it is quite (VERY!) difficult to get your own personal at-home tandoor in the UK, so this recipe was created to use an oven. And I can assure you it tastes just as delicious!
This is a baked chicken recipe, so it is much healthier than fried chicken. What isn’t to love about these flavourful chicken legs? This tandoori chicken recipe is an absolute favourite of mine to make for iftar in Ramadan because it doesn’t take much preparation and I can relax.
This chicken recipe is very simple to make. The longest time is when you allow the chicken to marinate. I would recommend that you make the marinade the day before and allow it to marinate overnight as that will allow for maximum flavour and juiciness.
If you are a bit short of time you can shorten the marination time but try to marinate for at least 30 minutes. If the chicken is left to marinate overnight, then be sure to keep it in the refrigerator.
About half an hour before you are going to cook remove the chicken from the fridge to allow the chicken to come to room temperature.
I wouldn’t recommend using chicken breasts in this recipe as they can dry out very easily and dry chicken is not something that anyone wants to eat! With bone-in chicken pieces, you are guaranteed to get juicy, flavourful, and succulent chicken.
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