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    Default tonight's bbq

    I felt like stepping out of the usual burgers or dogs tonight ... and decided on Tandoori chicken instead.

    Yes, it tastes every bit as good as it looks. :D

    had it with Naan and yellow rice. ;)
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    Yummy :D
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    this is what it ended up being.. Chicken Tikka Masala over yellow rice

    if you just grill the chix it's tandoori chicken.. if you take the meat off and heat it up in sauce it's tikka masala
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    That's what I'm talking about!

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    Did you know that Chicken Tikka Masala was recently voted the most popular/liked dish in the U.K.? I love it.

    A little over a decade ago, one girl I dated introduced me to the wonders of Indian food, Miles Davis and Chai in short succession. We broke up shortly thereafter, but these three things have stuck with me over the past 10 years. If I go out to eat these days, I'd say its an Indian restaurant 80-90% of the time.

    I wish I had the skills to create the dishes you made and photographed above. Keep it up!
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    I'm hungry......

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    If it were possible to be at your place within the hr or blink of an eye, I would be there with you, beer in hand of course. Man that looks good. Seems like you eat pretty well, always something tasty posted up. 2nd time you've made me hungry.
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    Tikka masala is my fave as well. So good.

    Doesn't tandoori chicken technically have to be cooked in a tandoor, though? Otherwise it's just grilled chicken, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherardp View Post
    If it were possible to be at your place within the hr or blink of an eye, I would be there with you, beer in hand of course. Man that looks good. Seems like you eat pretty well, always something tasty posted up. 2nd time you've made me hungry.

    I could have been there in a blink of an eye, and def. under an hour, lol. That looked good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobman1235 View Post
    Tikka masala is my fave as well. So good.

    Doesn't tandoori chicken technically have to be cooked in a tandoor, though? Otherwise it's just grilled chicken, right?
    Correct. Although it's a combination of the spices and the tandoor that give it a nice red color.

    Either way... the chicken in the first post looks MIGHTY tasty. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobman1235 View Post
    Tikka masala is my fave as well. So good.

    Doesn't tandoori chicken technically have to be cooked in a tandoor, though? Otherwise it's just grilled chicken, right?
    Yes... but my tondoor in the shop for repairs.. keeps going into protect mode. :p:p

    grilled or not.. it's the spices that make it so good. i added food coloring to make it reddish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm Apter View Post
    Did you know that Chicken Tikka Masala was recently voted the most popular/liked dish in the U.K.? I love it.

    A little over a decade ago, one girl I dated introduced me to the wonders of Indian food, Miles Davis and Chai in short succession. We broke up shortly thereafter, but these three things have stuck with me over the past 10 years. If I go out to eat these days, I'd say its an Indian restaurant 80-90% of the time.

    I wish I had the skills to create the dishes you made and photographed above. Keep it up!

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    I have to agree. I love all Indian/Punjabi food. :D

    If you can follow a recipe you can make any of the food I make. Although this dish takes 24 hours to make.. it has to marinate in yoghart over night. But worth it. ;)

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    Where's the pork??? I thought this was a thread about BBQ?

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    Looks good. I'll have to look up a recipe for that ....


    Here what i had...Beer can Chicken is yummy


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pauly View Post
    Looks good. I'll have to look up a recipe for that ....


    Here what i had...Beer can Chicken is yummy


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    Where do they raise these chickens with beer cans in their butts.
    I gotta get Ben a couple of those!

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    LOL Russ, get me some frikkin chickens with frikkin beer cans in their frikkin butts!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightman1 View Post
    Where do they raise these chickens with beer cans in their butts.
    I gotta get Ben a couple of those!
    Better find would be chickens that lay beer cans....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pauly View Post
    Better find would be chickens that lay beer cans....


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    YES!! Even better Pauly!!:D Gotta get some of those too.

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    Touche Pauly, that would be a good find. Have to see if we can get Ben working on that, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pauly View Post
    Looks good. I'll have to look up a recipe for that ....


    Here what i had...Beer can Chicken is yummy


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    Looking good Pauly.. one of my fave meals is beer butt chicken. ;)

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