Time to fire up the BBQ with this Tikka Masala recipe
With the summer finally making an appearance, a Bank Holiday just around the corner and lockdown restrictions easing, it’s definitely time to fire up the “barbie”. We Brits love wheeling out the barbeque (BBQ) and going alfresco; so much so, the UK is one of Europe's leading BBQ nations, hosting over 135 million BBQs per year (post Covid-19).
One of the easiest and tastiest ways to spice up chicken breasts, thighs or drumsticks is the addition of spices. The combination of spices gives a sizzling, smoky, savoury . Using as a marinade breaks down meat protein, which ensures the chicken breasts are flavourful, moist and tender. The yogurt-marinated chicken can be grilled, baked, pan cooked or thrown on the BBQ.
Our special tip: To add an extra crunch, sprinkle chopped salted pistachios just before .
by Nilam and Veena
Spain-based Nilam and her Manchester-based sister Veena service Curryholics around the world with their low in fat, free from sugar, gluten, dairy, additives and preservatives spice kits. In this Series, the Spice Sisters share easy fusion recipes that can be made with all the spices you’d find in your mum’s masala dabba.