Summer is a great time to enjoy our Tandoori marinade on vegetables or meat, and in this case, the classic Indian Paneer cheese. Halloumi is an excellent substitute if you cannot find paneer. Paneer is found at Indian grocery stores and Whole Foods stores in the refrigerated section.
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.
Our Tandoori Marinade makes this dish flavorful and easy to make. Wraps are great for meals on the go. However, many times I have found that store-bought wraps lack flavor, hence this recipe. Something home-cooked, flavorful, and opening a bottle makes it easier on the busy home-cook. Enjoy!
Chicken Salad is everyone's favorite. So today, we are sharing a recipe for a delicious Chicken Salad. Made with our Tandoori Marinade, this somewhat spicy chicken salad along with veggies and orange is a sure winner at your July 4th cookout (the leftovers are tastier).
This is a spice rub sent from heaven! I went to wholefoods to check on my curry sauce babies and found this wonderful gem. Paired with lemon and salmon, this meal is a mild rainbow tang that fully envelops your mouth. YouTube: Tandoori Salmon Serves: 2 Ingredients 3, 6 oz salmon fillets 2 teaspoons sea salt 1/4 cup store-bought Tandoori Masala spice rub (I got mine from Whole Foods) 3 lemon slices, each cut in half Instructions Pre-heat oven at 350 F. Line a 1/4 sheet (9 by 13 inch) cookie sheet with parchment paper. Place salmon fillets on the paper. Sprinkle generously and rub with sea salt. Sprinkle Tandoori Masala spice rub all over the fillets and massage. Place...