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Tandori Chicken

Has anyone every tried to cook tandori chicken on the egg? If you have I would appreciate any suggestions on doing it.[p]Thanks

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  • RhumAndJerkRhumAndJerk Posts: 1,506
    Eggoholic,
    First of all welcome.
    The answer is yes. In the submitted recipe section there are a couple of recipes that also describe the technique.[p]I like to fire the egg up to 700 degrees to cook my Tandoori chicken.[p]Hope this helps,
    RhumAndJerk


  • Eggoholic,[p]The great thing about using the egg to cook tandoori chicken is that it is very similar to a tandoor, the clay wood fired oven that gives the chicken its name. You'll get great results cooking tandoori-spiced chicken using any of the common chicken techniques on this site. I prefer spatchcocked tandoori chicken myself.[p]
    Good luck, and good eats![p]-Skooter

  • DecDec Posts: 70
    Eggoholic,[p]Equal parts plain yogurt and tandori paste is an easy way.[p]Dec

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