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Posted by: Richard Fl on 2008/12/28 22:14:53  

In Reply to: Re:Norma's Naan posted by Geoff on 2008/12/28 21:11:55

Here is a recipe I like.

Chicken, Pieces, Tandoori, Richard Fl




INGREDIENTS:
20-30 Pieces Chicken, Skin on of off, your choice
2-3 Cups PLAIN Yogurt
4-6 Tbs Tandoori Paste, PATAK'S Spicy Ginger & Garlic, Marinade & Grill Sauce







Procedure:
Marinade:
1 Take the chicken pieces and score deep cuts into the meat to allow the tandoori marinade to penetrate the meat.
2 Mix the yogurt and tandoori paste together, about 2 parts yogurt and 1 part tandoori sauce, and spoon into the cuts and all over. Place in a non-reactive container, I used a gallon ziploc bag.
3 Place in refrigerator 8 hours, overnight is OK but not longer. Remove from refrigerator 1 hour before cooking and let come to room temperature.
Cooking:
1 Set large BGE up indirect, plate setter legs up, got BGE to 400F w/ apple wood for smoke, and placed the chicken in the BGE. Had 2 full size grills with the chicken layed out over the aluminum mesh from Wally World. Keeps things from falling down.
2 Temperature dropped to 250F, due to mass of cold meat. Got back to 400F and let cook for 45 minutes.
3 After 45 minutes removed the indirect set-up and cooked all on one grill another 25 minutes direct at 350F. Pulled when the breasts reached 160F and the thighs/drumsticks 170F.
4 Served with split red lentil soup and french fries with curry sauce. Yes, Curry Sauce, not bad.


Yield: 6-8 Servings
Cooking time: 1 hour and 20 minutes

Recipe Type
Main Dish, Poultry

Recipe Source
Source: BGE Forum, Richard FL, 2007/10/21

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