Chicken Tikka



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Chicken Tikka

Chicken Boneless(Breast) - 2 Pounds
Chilli Powder - 1 Spoon
Bell Pepper ( Green / Red ) - 1 each Diced
Onion Big - 1 Diced
Coriander Powder - 1/4 Spoon
Garam Masala - 1/4 Spoon
Pepper Powder - 1 Spoon
Jeera Powder - 1/4 Spoon
Curd - 2 Spooons
Ginger Garlic Paste - 2 Spoons
Red Color - 2 Pinch
Lime Juice - 4 Spoons
Salt to taste
Bamboo Skewers - 6(Soak this in water before using to avoid the sticks getting burnt)
Turmeric Powder - 1/4 Spoon

Steps
1> Cut Bonelss chicken into square pieces and then wash with running water and turmeric powder.Add Ginger Garlic Paste , Curd and Lime juice to this.

2> In a bowl Mix Coriander Powder , Chilli Powder , Garam Masala , Turmeric Powder, Jeera Powder , Pepper Powder , Red Color and salt.

3> Add the mix prepared to the chicken content prepared in the above step.Let this get marinated for an hour.

4> Use the Bamboo skewers and make an assortment in the fashion which you like along with the chicken as shown in the pic.

5> Preheat the Oven to 450.Keep the chicken in one side for 7 minutes and in other side for 5 minutes.Change the temperature to Broil and let it be on one side for 5 minutes and on another side for 4 minutes.Spicy Chicken Tikka is ready.

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jo CHEF,

Until Yesterday I was not knowing that we can do Chicken Tikka on our own.For sure I will try this.

Cinnamon said...

Yummy chicken Tikka... I tried the same with gravy, that was also good!!
Thanks for this version!

Srivalli said...

Joseph...long time...no post but as usual you rocks...I will try this...thanks for sharing such a lovely one...

I had also posted one on chicken..check it if you have time..

Srivalli
www.cooking4allseasons.blogspot.com

Vanitha said...

Wow! pukka restaurant looks :) Warming up for ricky's party?!

Joseph Selvaraj said...

Cinamon,

Thanks for visiting.I am too planning to post one for Gravy in a short while.

Rgds
Joseph

Joseph Selvaraj said...

Srivalli,

Pretty much tied with work for the past couple of months and coz of that was not able to post much on our website.I am trying best to post atleast couple of dishes a week.

Regards,
Joseph

Joseph Selvaraj said...

Vanitha,

Thanks for visiting.Since we are planning for much more we are not making this dish for Rikhi's party.

Regards,
Joseph

Anonymous said...

Dude,

This looks same like the one which u get on road side daba's

Gud Dish and Thanks for Sharing...

Anonymous said...

Did you really make this one.. I wonder how come you forgot to mention that bamboo skewers need to be soaked in water...

Joseph Selvaraj said...

Hey,

U have to soak this for sure (cmon thats implied... u dont tell people to heat oil before u throw in mustrd!)

Regards,
Joseph

Mansi Desai said...

Hey, i'm from bay area too! and I recently posted a paneer tikka recipe:)

will come back for more!

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I'm glad to find your blog... I see many recipes I would love to try.

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USHA said...

Hi Joseph,

Tikka looks awesome and tempting too:))...should give a try once for sure...Thanks.

Rachel said...

that is a nice recipe for tikka..wanted to always try making one..thanks for this..looks easy..

Srivalli said...

hi...long time no recipes...hope everything is fine..get back with more interesting ones...

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Ramya said...

Hi Joseph! ,

After trying this recipe I just had to thank you for your abs. wonderfully yummy recipe that I never know could achieve such results! All your non - veg recipes are seriously mouthwatering ! keep them coming !!!

Hutoxi said...

This is one of my favorite dishes. I never get tired of eating it. But it has to be just correct. I mean it should not be overcooked or underdone.

Suhanya said...

Hi Joseph..
Jus bumped in u'r food blog while googling!!
M so surpprised..if thats the right word!!!
Very good recipes...n i will sure try!!
M myself a very new blogger!!!
Do visit my blog if u have time!!

I truly loved u'r blog!!will book mark it!!all the best!!

M basically from Coimbatore!living In Singapore!

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viki xavier said...

Hi Joseph, your tikka looks yummy and sure i will try it this weekend.Moreover your site is wonderful.Great job done.

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Great kep the good job

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Gita's Kitchen said...

Hi, first time to your blog. You have a wonderful blog. I have never prepared chicken tikka thinking that it is very difficult. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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I am a great fan of ur recipes. They sound interesting and easy to fix. Got something for you in my blog...please trail back to collect them!

Tina said...

Hai joseph, Hapyy new year....Chicken tikka looks yummy...