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Thursday, July 5, 2012

Haryali Chicken Tangri Kebab





Last weekend me and my family were on a whirlwind tour of Mahabalipuram and Pondicherry driven in our new car Global Fiesta. Got an opportunity to click a number of photos and the combination of new vehicle and good roads drive was very nice. Both these places have historical significances and their beaches were awesome. Whatever time we spent roaming around these beaches and temples were very fruitful.

Now that I am back, I can get down to my blogging with a popular and time tested chicken starter called Haryali Chicken Tangri Kebab (leg kebab). This needs no introduction and the key to this is proper marinating. I like the natural green color of this kebab by adding pudina leaves. To my foreign and NRI friends: Next time when you visit India, do make it a point to visits these two places. You would really cherish your visit.


Ingredients:
6 Chicken leg sticks
3/4 cup Hung curd
1/2 cup Pudina/ Mint leaves
3-4 Green chillies
3 tbsp Ginger-Garlic paste
1 tsp Kashmiri Red chilly powder
1 tbsp Lemon juice
Salt to taste


Method:
Wash the chicken legs properly, pat dry with absorbent paper and make slits on them. Wash mint leaves and  grind to make a thick paste. Now to mix the marinade, take a big bowl and mix all the above ingredients. Pour the marinade in the zip lock bag along with the chicken legs and marinade in the fridge for atleast 8 hours or overnight. Pre-heat Oven to 250 Degrees Celsius, place a sheet of foil on a baking tray and place the chicken legs on it. Lightly brush the chicken legs with little melted butter and roast for 15 minutes on one side. Guard yourself with oven gloves and turnover the leg pieces to the other side and bake again for 15 minutes. Finally broil for 5 minutes to give nice golden color. Serve with onion rings and lemon wedges. I served mine with tava roasted capsicums and onions along with Arhar Dal and Nan.





29 comments:

  1. Yummilicious kebabs!!!Good to have u back!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  2. I love Ford Fiesta, we have one for the last 5 years. global fiesta shunechi darun...notun gari, ma baba ar tour to Pondicherry, ar ki chai boloto? ar Bangalore er weather ta sab somoy darun. have fun girl. ami tatkhon tengri kabab dekhi.

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  3. inviting clicks.. cant take off my eyes from the screen..

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  4. Just yesterday checked your FB for any updates and wondered seeing nothing. Hmmm. Glad to hear that you had a great time.

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  5. Looks mouthwatering!!! Yum!!

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  6. The kebab looks really nice...tandoori ar hariyali, eei duto chara restaurant ee khawa kemon jano complete hoi na, tai na :-)

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  7. Beautiful clicks,mouthwatering here..

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  8. sounds tempting.whole meal is inviting

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  9. Mouth watering. Loved the presentation

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  10. Any leftover there Deepa, am drooling here.

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  11. Kabab looks lip smacking. Tangri kabab amar hubby r fav ami tomar process e try korbo.

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  12. wow... chicken looks fantastic... mouth watering!!

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  13. Looks like you had a wonderful time. Hariyali chicken kebab looks delicious Deepa.

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  14. New car, new place and good food perfect for the rainy season!! Love the chicken preparation!

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  15. Deepa, the kebab looks fantastic. Happy to know about your new car and tour. Mahabalipuram is always great....love it.

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  16. First time here....you have lovely blog with delicious recipes... Happy to follow you....
    http://frommyrasoi.blogspot.com

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  17. Glad you had a great trip! Delectable chicken dear!

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  18. congrats on ur new car..glad to hear u had a great time..Kebab looks super :)

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  19. loved it!! Nice clicks and presentation as well!

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  20. Delicious n mouthwatering recipe.

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  21. Wow..I luv tangri kebab.Simpleee irresitable..

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  22. tempting chicken kebab...the pics made me drool!!

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  23. Lip smacking kebabs, looks yumm!

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