Patel Tandoori Spice Blend 3.5 oz - image 1 of 1

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Tandoori Chicken rules the roost as the world's most popular Indian chicken dish!

Needs: Cooking Instructions: Packet Patel's Cooking Sauce + chicken/meat or seafood + yoghurt = Tandoori. A pack of Patel's Tandoori Cooking Sauce, 1-1/2 lbs of skinless chicken/meat/seafood, 1/3 cup yoghurt.

Keep in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight at room temperature. 1. In a bowl, blend yoghurt and Patel's Tandoori Cooking Sauce. Make several deep cuts in the meat of your choice. Pour the marinade over the meat and rub it into the flesh. Marinate for 2 hrs (or overnight) in a refrigerator. 2. Broil or barbecue evenly on each side until cooked. Serve hot with a squeeze of lime, onion, slices and Swad Mint Chutney. Why not try adding some to pizza as a topping? It's sure to be love at first bit!
Spice Type: curry,
Storage State: room temperature
TCIN: 17271334
UPC: 051179126503
Item Number (DPCI): 212-30-0078
Origin: Imported
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