4 Reviews

Wow. This taste like a taste of India. I added a good amount of rub to about a cup of yogurt, and marinated some chicken in it for 3 days in the fridge. I then slow cooked it on the weber, and oh my. Will make several times again, and experiment with it a little more. Thanks.

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knaylor76 December 30, 2007

Wonderful flavors. I used it on a whole chicken, which I BBQ'd on a spit. Turned out great. This is a keeper.

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Mikekey April 15, 2007

I used this rub on skinless drumsticks. It was nice and spicy.

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islandgirl77551 May 06, 2005

Good mix. I used to it make chicken tandoori by adding 250gm of chicken breast (sliced to strips), 100ml of natural yoghurt and 2 tablespoons of the spice mix (more to taste). I then grilled it on skewers.

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Happy Little Vegemite February 22, 2005
Tandoori Dry Rub