Authentic Recipes from the Kitchens of Shriya, Nithu & Arthi!

Chicken Tikka Wrap

Posted by on Jun 14, 2012 in Meat & Seafood Entrees, Chicken dishes, BBQ & Grilling | 2 comments

I’ve posted Grilled Chicken Tikka a few days back and I’ve made this wrap with that Grilled chicken. It came out really yummy and a delicious dinner. It just take 10-15 minutes to make this and you can take it on the go too. Preparation Time : 15 minutes Spice level : 2 out of 5 No of servings : 2-3 Ingredients: Grilled Chicken Tikka: 2 cups (cut into lengthwise) Onion : 1 medium (chopped) grilled Bell Peppers : 1 cup(cut into lengthwise)(you can use any colors)(optional) Cucumber : 2 small (cut into small cubes) Tomato : 1 small (cut into cubes) Pepper powder : 1 tsp Coriander leaves : 1 tbsp (chopped finely) Yogurt : 1 tbsp Whole Wheat tortillas or Pita bread or chapathi: 3 Method Of Preparation: Heat the tortillas on the pan by turning both sides...

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Grilled Chicken Tikka

Posted by on Jun 12, 2012 in BBQ & Grilling | 2 comments

Summer is here so why don’t we have fun outside with some grilling. My husband and I we both love grilling.  We made this delicious chicken tikka for our dinner. This is one of the most popular dishes in north India.The word Tikka means bits, pieces or chunks. Chicken Tikka is an easy-to-cook dish in which chicken pieces are marinated in special spices and yogurt and then grilled or baked in a clay based Oven called Tandoor. Chicken tikka can also be made as a curry or gravy called Chicken Tikka masala which is also popular in most of the Indian Restaurants. Preparation Time : 1hour and 30 minutes Spice level : 2 out of 5 No of servings : 3 Ingredients: Chicken : 1 lb(I’ve used Chicken Thighs) Lemon Juice : 2 tsp Yogurt:1 tbsp Food coloring : 1 tsp...

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Peruvian Grilled Chicken

Posted by on Jul 29, 2011 in Meat & Seafood Entrees, Featured, Chicken dishes, BBQ & Grilling | 11 comments

Nowadays summertime has become the only time Karthik(my husband) cooks anymore. Not because he doesn’t want to but because I don’t let him. Karthik likes to grill and he found this recipe in Gourmet magazine and wanted to try it. One of the main reasons was because of some of the ingredients that are common to Indian cooking. In fact, it came out really good and me and my mom thoroughly enjoyed this grilled chicken. Even though it is Peruvian, it seems that there is a huge Asian influence in their cooking as evidenced by the use of Soy sauce in this recipe. The chicken had a nice spicy flavor with a hint of tangy soy sauce. This recipe is very easy to follow so let me know in the comments if you try it. No of servings :...

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