Sunday, 1 December 2013

Easy Tangri Kabab

Chicken legs - 8  pieces
ginger garlic paste - 2 tsp
lime juice- 1 tbsp
thick hung curd - half cup
chilli powder - 1 or 1 and half tsp
garam masala - 1/2 tsp
black salt - quarter tsp
gram flour - 1 tbsp
salt - to taste
orange food colour - pinch is optional
oil - 1 tbsp or apply butter( optional)

Steps to follow:
Clean and slit the chicken legs, rinse thoroughly and drain it.
Apply lime juice ,gg paste and salt, mix and keep aside.
Then make a masala of  curd, chilli powder,garam masala,gram flour, black salt, oil  and food colour and marinate with chicken legs for 3-4 hours in the fridge.
 Traditionally Tangri kababs are put them on a skewers and roast in a charcoal oven or tandoor clay oven.

Here I grilled the chicken pieces in  gas oven in a medium temperature. Preheat the oven, arrange the chicken pieces in a grill tray and  put them  in the oven. Turn in between until cooked soft or golden brown in colour.
Now the delicious Tangri kabab is ready. Apply littele butter(this is optional) on the cooked kababs and serve hot.
Serve as a starter or snack or a side dish.
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Arthy shama said...

Tangri kebab looks delicious yaar, would love to grab some :)

Sapana Behl said...

Kebabs looks inviting !

Chandrani Banerjee said...

Tengri kabab looks yumm.

Rafeeda AR said...

looks so inviting...

Priya Anandakumar said...

Tangri kabab looks so delicious...

Suchi Sm said...

yummy delicious..:)

Sathya Priya said...

They look delicious asiya.would grab somefor my daughter

Shamee S said...

ஆசியா அக்கா சூப்பரா செய்து இருக்கிங்க..ப்ரசன்டேஷணும் அழகா இருக்கு

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