Quantity of Geeta's Tandoori Spice Mix in trolley 0
|Typical values||per 1/4 pack serving|
|Of which Saturates||<0.1g|
|Of which Sugars||<0.5g|
Preparation and Usage
Creates a delicious North Indian dish from Punjab, which is simple and easy to prepare. Just follow my shopping list and recipe using your favourite meat, king prawn or paneer. Enjoy the aromatic delights of roasted cumin, ginger and cardamom, precisely ground in perfect measure for 4 tasty servings. Shopping List (Serves 4) 4 chicken breasts, cut into goujons 4 tbsp vegetable oil 4 tbsp natural yoghurt 1 tbsp concentrated tomato purée 1 lemon Red onion, cut into rings for garnish Geeta's Tip: For a delicious vegetarian option use potatoes to make tasty Tandoori potato wedges. Cooking Instructions Extra juice from half the lemon and cut remaining half into wedges. Stir spice mix into yoghurt with oil, tomato purée and lemon juice. Add chicken pieces and marinade for 2 hours or preferably overnight. Place on ovenproof tray and cover with excess marinade. Oven cook, grill or barbecue for 15-20mins, turning occasionally. Garnish with red onion rings and lemon wedges. Spice mix must be cooked before consumption.
- Product of India
- Suitable for Coeliacs
- Suitable for Vegans
- Suitable for Vegetarians
- Free From Artificial Colours
- Free From Artificial Flavours
- Free From Artificial Preservatives
- Made in a factory where Nuts & Sesame Seeds are used
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