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Tandoori Chicken Drumsticks


5 chicken drumsticks; skin removed
2 Tbs. Tandoori paste
3 Tbs. yogurt
1 Tbs. lemon juice
1 tsp. salt
3 Tbs. cilantro; finely chopped

1. Mix the Tandoori paste, yogurt, lemon juice, salt, and the cilantro in a food processor.
2. In a bowl or a freezer bag, add the chicken and the Tandoori mixture.
3. Marinate in the refrigerator. (The longer it marinates, the better.)
4. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees.
5. Place the chicken pieces on a baking sheet; cover with foil.
6. Bake for 30 minutes or until the inside of the chicken is no longer pink.

4 comments:

  1. as-salaamu alaikum masha'allaah that tandoori chicken looks delicious.two questions though where can i get tandoori paste/and can i use yougurt from the market/does have to be plain yogurt/also where can i find ciltantro...so i had more than 2 questions masha'allaah.

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  2. wa alaikum salam
    Sorry I just saw your post.

    1. Tandoori paste can be found at Indian stores or in the international section at your local supermarket. You can also make the paste by adding oil to tandoori powder.

    2. Plain yogurt is from a supermarket.

    3. Cilantro should be in the herb section of your grocery store.

    By the way, which city are you in?

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  3. thank u sister well i have one question can u please writte in somali language

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  4. Asalam Alaykum sister and ramadan kareem. My husband recently found you on youtube and boy was he excited. He is from Somali and I am Lebanese and we have no family here in AZ at all, so for the last 9 years I have struggled in the kitchen. I have to say we have tried your dishes and they are perfect. I love the fact that u tell us how much seasoning to use. I could not have gotten the recipe right without it. The kids also love it. I tried to make Quraa twice and the first time i believe i had the oil to high cause they didn't cook all the way through so the 2nd attempt was on medium and i guess i overcooked them because they seem kind of hard. Please tell me what to do to get them just right. I love this dessert. Also do u have the recipe for Somali rice with tomato potato and onion garnish baked chicken. Thank you sister. ASW Janan

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