Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Tandoori Masala wings

Tandoori Masala wings

Chicken wings is probably one of the most favored meat around the world. Americans eat more then 1 billion chicken wings portions in just one super bowl weekend so you can imagine how much chicken wings are consumed in a year around the world. Wings are cooked in many different varieties like India / Pakistan chicken wings curry is well famous, Tandoori wings are also one of the best side dishes, Chinese favorite is honey wings or coca cola wings. People in United Kingdom love their barbecue wings where as Americans have their own Hot buffalo wings.

Hot buffalo wings were introduced by an restaurant in buffalo in 1964 and have been hottest selling wings around the world since. Chinese Swiss wings have history of their own, story goes like this a foreigner asked the waiter what are they called and waiter couldn't speak English so he said sweet wings and customer misunderstood Swiss wings. Tandoori masala wings are as spicy as buffalo wings but with Indian spices it does taste more yummy then buffalo wings. If you like it please do use comment box below and do not forget to subscribe our site to get new recipes everyday, we don't just share the recipes from around the world, we dig the history for you to bring some of the best recipes for you and we bring the memories of ancient life into your kitchen.


1: Chicken Wings 1kg

2: Chilli flakes 1 tbsp

3: Tandoori masala 2 tbsp

4: Garlic paste 1 tsp

5: Turmeric powder 1/2 tsp

6: Salt as per taste

7: Thick Greek yogurt 2 tbs

8: Lemon juice 1 tsp

9: All spices 1/2 tsp

10: Oil to fry the chicken


In a large bowl add Chicken wings and chili flakes, tandoori masala, garlic paste, turmeric powder, salt, thick Greek yogurt, lemon juice and all spices.
Mix everything by using your hands (washed) and marinate the wings well.
Once all done cover the wings and put it in the fridge for 2 hours for best taste

Heat the oil in a pan on medium flame, once oil is hot put the wings in the oil and roast till brown and crispy.

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