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Old 14th February 2013, 8:26 PM   #1
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Hi All,

This is my recipe that I have done many times and is a crowd pleaser if everything falls in place
This involves a bit of prep but the results are just stunning..

I will use proper charcoal - Not yucky head beads

I am preparing this for Bbq this Sat.
Posting pictures as we go...

Hope you all enjoy

Ingredients

2kg Paneer - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paneer

2kg Chicken Thigh

Preparation and first marination - Day 1



Ingredients



Chicken cut into bite sized pieces with cuts for marination to enter



Paneer cut into bite size pieces



Put Paneer in boiling water and bring it back to boil - This helps in making Paneer soft and spongy



Marinade -

Vinegar
Lemon Juice
Sea salt
Chat Masala - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chat_masala



Put it in freezer bag (The best way to marinade stuff IMO) and in the fridge.

Hope you are with me so far

Marination 2 + Naan Preparation tomorrow.....

Day 2.

Naan:

1. Bakers Flour
2. Soda Bi-Carbonate
3. Baking Powder
4. Eggs
5. Salt & Sugar
6. Milk & Yogurt
7. Butter



Mix mix mix



On the Bench to Knead



Naan dough complete. Put oil coating and gladwrap all over and in the fridge it goes



Took twice as long with her around!!


2nd Marinade:



All Spices known to Man... errrr.. in the house...



Marinade complete



I need it



Pour Marinade over last nights Paneer and Chicken and back in fridge



Also Decided to make a gravy only:



Onions + Cumin + Cinnamon stick



Ginger and Garlic - Always use fresh



Tomatoes



Cover and Cook



Every known spice to...M... $#$#%#%,,, in the house...... Cover and cook for a while



Blitz



Cream + Butter + Dried Fenugreek Leaves



Bring it to Boil and close...

You still here....

Tomorrow is the Cook

Day 3: The Cook




This Morning I marinated some:

1. Pineapples
2. Mushroom
3. Capsicum
4. Onions

Preliminary Checks:



Awesome Charcoal - Burns for ages!



Teh Tandoor Ovenn



Inside of Tandoor



Charcoal Burning



Chicken Marinade



Chicken Cooking



Chicken Ready



Paneer Ready



Naan Magic

Thank You all

Hope you enjoyed it.

Ohh.. Please feel free to critique or comment

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Old 16th February 2013, 1:34 PM   #2
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Mmmm...look forward to seeing the conclusion
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Old 16th February 2013, 1:51 PM   #3
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Looks good Looking forward to seeing the end product
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Old 16th February 2013, 8:29 PM   #4
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All done
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Old 17th February 2013, 4:41 PM   #5
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If anyone is after quantities, let me know.
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Old 17th February 2013, 5:14 PM   #6
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That is awesome - I envy your Tandoor.

I'd be interested in knowing the spices that are in your sauces - great work though! Looks amazing.
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Old 17th February 2013, 5:28 PM   #7
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That is awesome - I envy your Tandoor.

I'd be interested in knowing the spices that are in your sauces - great work though! Looks amazing.
Tandoor, I got from Melbourne - there is a mob that imports from UK.

For Spices:

Salt
Turmeric
Corriander Powder
Cumin Powder
Garam Masala
Sugar (for the balance)
Mango Powder
Cumin Seeds (they go first in oil)
Black Salt
Chilli Powder
Dried Fenugeek leaves (Distinct taste - use a little else sauce will go bitter)
Yougurt
Cream
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Yum, I love the dried fenugreek leaves, we've started using them in our palak paneer and love the results. Cheers.
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I got the biggest mouthful of saliva reading through and feel deflated that I couldn't eat it at the end. Great work!
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I got the biggest mouthful of saliva reading through and feel deflated that I couldn't eat it at the end. Great work!
haha.. I know the feeling.
For several years I went through that till I bought the Tandoor

I am sure there would be several authentic Tandoori restaurants in Brisbane, else just buy a Tandoor mate.
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Old 18th February 2013, 11:17 AM   #11
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Outcome looks delicious, epic job!
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Outcome looks delicious, epic job!
thx mate.
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That looks really good.

Quantities would be great if it's not too much trouble.
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That looks really good.

Quantities would be great if it's not too much trouble.
Sure mate.

What recipe are you after?
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Sure mate.

What recipe are you after?
Everything I guess lol.

Mainly the quantities for the marinades/sauces would be good. Cheers.
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