By Boomette on January 18, 2008
Photo by LifeIsGood
Photo by LifeIsGood
"From Licence to Grill Rob Rainford. It was very good."
Serving Size: 1 (220 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"Very good, but the spices were a bit overwhelming. Especially if you marinate the chicken overnight!"
"This was very good. I enjoyed the flavor combinations. I think the yogurt helped to keep the chicken moist while cooking, too! I halved the recipe. Once the chicken was cooked, I sliced the breasts and served atop a salad. ~Made for ZWT6 Zee Zany Zesty Cookz~"
"I cut the recipe down to serve two. I had read the reviews about needed a little more flavor so I just bumped up all the ingredients. Very tasty dinner. I made this dish on my panini grill. I think next time I will make kebobs and do it on the grill like another reviewer had done. Made for ZWT 6."
"4 1/2 stars. This was very light flavoured even though I left it over night in the fridge. I used canola oil instead of vegetable oil to be soy free, sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. Like another reviewer I did mine in the oven. I cooked it at 350 uncovered for a while then broiled it until it was brown on the edges. I served this with rice, Recipe #110782 and a fresh salad. I won't make this particular chicken tandoori recipe again but would like to try others. Made for ZWT6, The Countries of Asia Challenge for my team, The Ya Ya Cookerhood."
"Very mild Indian flavors. . .great starter recipe for those wanting to try these types of dishes. I made mine into kebobs and they were tender after being grilled. Like I would have liked a bit more flavor to the chicken. I allowed mine to marinate for over 24 hours. Thanks for posting, Boomie! Made for ZWT for Team SSaSSy."
"AWESOME recipe. The chicken was tender and juicy and filled with flavour. We loved it. Definite keeper and going in my Divine recipes of 2009 Cookbook. Made for Everyday is a Holiday Tag"
"Excellent! I made it exactly as written. It came out tender and full of flavor. I served it with basmati rice and creamed spinach. Thanks Boomette :O)"
"My daughter and son-in-law loved this chicken. It wasn't as spicey as you would think but the cardamom did come through. Everyone should try it and see if it is there taste."
"I was at first hesitant to follow this to a T as there seems to be too much spices and that the outcome might come out too strong. Still, I followed the procedures exactly and wiped off the excess marinade before grilling. Outcome: the flavor was actually mild and yet so tasty. I served this with Recipe #270840 and enjoyed my dinner. Thanks for sharing!"
"Very yummy and easy indeed. I used fat free yogurt and marinated it for 7 hours throughout the day. I then used my Foreman grill to cook the breasts and that allowed me to skip the extra oil and therefore fat grams making this a really tasty and low fat dish. The chicken was very tender too. Made for ZWT4."
"An unusual take on the classic Tandoori chicken. My fillets marinated in the yogurt and spices for 24 hours which left the poultry rich with aromatics and delightfully tender. The spice blend was subtle with the cardamom a emerging a bit more than the rest, something that worked very well for me given my fondness for this particular spice. Others may find it a bit over-pronounced and would do well to cut the stated amount back by some. Thanks Boomie! Made for 1-2-3 Wonders."
"Yummy! I left this to marinate more then 24 hours and it was very tender but the flavours were not very overpowering, which was perfect for Little Miss (DD). I like the fact it only took less then 5 minutes to put together. Served it with a selection of vegetables. Thank you Boomette"
"I don't have a grill but it works if baked. for 45 min leave the marinade on. actully what i did was discard and made fresh to bake with the chicken on. served with rice."