This flavorful Tandoori Chicken Wings recipe comes handy for anybody who wants a full meal with the minimum time and effort spent on preparation. Using herbs, you could add your own flavor to the dish. Afraid be not of experimenting and changing a few ingredients here and there!
In celebration of a new movie coming out in a couple of weeks, we’re in the mode of offering your real recipes from The Hundred Food Journey to try in the comfort of your home.
THE HUNDRED-FOOT JOURNEY arrives in theaters everywhere on August 8th, 2014!
The recipes this movie has inspired could live in our kitchens for a long time!
Tandoori Chicken Wings Recipe
This recipe came straight from the movie. Though the image and the recipe ingredients call for chicken drumsticks, and the recipe is called Tandoori Chicken Wings, the most common name for this recipe is TANDOORI CHICKEN. It makes no difference what is used in a recipe: drumsticks or wings. What matters is the type of meat – chicken! I tried the recipe, and it came out awesome and could use either drumsticks or wings.
In India and Pakistan, they use a clay oven – tandoor – to prepare many meals. The origin of the recipe comes from the place it’s cooked in – tandoor.
This Indian recipe calls for “garam masala.” It is a concoction of amazingly aromatic Indian spices. Most of them you’ve heard of!
What is Indian Garam Masala and
What Ingredients It’s Made Of?
Usually, garam masala includes coriander, cumin, cardamom, cloves, black pepper, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
Other variations of garam masala may call for these ingredients: turmeric, saffron, fennel seeds, ginger, garlic, mustard seeds, mace, star anise, tamarind, fenugreek, bay leaves or Malabar leaves.
The blends could be purchased easily in a local store selling Asian spices or online.
Spice Blends Substitutes for Garam Masala
Here’s Garam Masala I use in my kitchen.
Want to Make Your Own Garam Masala?
Here’s HOW TO!
• 1 part cumin plus 1/4 part allspice
• Or any combination of: Coriander, Cumin, Black Peppercorns, Cardamom, Cloves, Nutmeg
You can find all recipes here
Here’s The Collection of other Recipes from the #100FootJourney!
Vadouvan Naan Bread with Salted Coconut Butter
Beef Bourguinon a la Hassan Recipe
Pasta Salad with Chickpeas Recipe
French Onion Soup Recipe
Curry Hot Dog Recipe
Raspberry and Blueberry Tarte Recipe
Sparkling Lemonade Recipe
Tandoori Chicken Wings Recipe
Apricot Spiced Crepes Recipe
Coriander Tuna Recipe
BBQ Chicken on Bok Choy Recipe
Ginger Basil Mojito Recipe
Carrot Zing Recipe
Minty Lemon Lassi Recipe
Chicken Tikka Recipe
Green Bean And Potato Curry Recipe
Haricots Verts With Walnuts Recipe
Stuffing Balls Appetizer
Kashmiri Basmati Pilaf Recipe
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Madame Mallory’s (Helen Mirren) icy protests against the new Indian restaurant a hundred feet from her own escalate into a heated battle between the two establishments until Hassan’s (Manish Dayal) passion for French haute cuisine — and for Madame Mallory’s enchanting sous chef, Marguerite (Charlotte Le Bon) — combine with his mysteriously-delicious talent to weave magic between their two cultures and imbue Saint-Antonin with the flavors of life that even Madame Mallory cannot ignore.
At first Madame, Mallory’s culinary rival, she eventually recognizes Hassan’s gift as a chef and takes him under her wing.