Tandoori Chicken is a quintessential Indian barbecue recipe. Tandoor is a vertical clay oven in which meat, vegetables, and bread are cooked. Our spicy barbecue marinade (KANDOO) is perfect for your cookout parties. We have done the work, so you lather up our marinade on your meat or vegetables and grill.
Pepperidge Farm puff pastry sheets have always been handy. Yes, you can definitely make your own puff pastry dough, and that would be lovely, but I choose not to. This recipe only has 4-5 ingredients, and it is versatile. You can choose to use any meat or use paneer or tofu and make it vegetarian. Combining our Kandoo spicy barbecue marinade and the smokey sweet flavor of a popular barbecue sauce brand gives a little kick to these turnovers. I do not serve these turnovers with any sauce, and they are so flavorful, serve them as is.
Roasted vegetables are a fall classic, but, this recipe is great for summer. The yogurt preparation in this recipe is from a popular Indian yogurt side dish called 'Raita.' In Indian cooking, we usually cook brown lentils until they are mushy, but, in a salad, we do not overcook our lentils.
Banana leaves have been used in Indian cuisine for thousands of years. Smearing chutney on a fresh piece of a white flaky fish, then wrapping it in a banana leaf and baking/grilling it provides a unique flavor to this dish. In the Indian holistic science of traditional medicine - Ayurveda, the essential oils from the banana leaf have been known to have digestive properties.
Every year when its summer, farmers' markets sell heirloom tomatoes. These tomatoes are my favorite. The weird-shaped tomatoes are so appealing. I use the green and yellow heirloom tomatoes in salads, whereas the red tomatoes go in making a tomato chutney. This tomato chutney is my mom's recipe.