50th recipe of my blog and I'm kinda happy about it even though I only have 2 followers and only 10,000 views with over 30 comments but I guess for an ugly guy in the late 20s I'm doing okay.
At this very point I would like to state a fact that more than 90% recipes I have made for this blog were made for the very first time with fear and fingers crossed hoping they turn out well.
Just want to say thank you to everyone who has been kind towards my attempts so far. I hope you all keep showing me this kindness and even if you don't then who cares.
This recipe is one of my favorite type of BBQs and also is kinda effortless to make. Since ya'll so lazy in Ramadan. I though I would share something that ya'll could make without putting a leg into it.
Why am I talking like that?
Anyway, I have made some changes to it and my version of Chicken Malai Tikka consists of cream cheese where as some people use cheddar cheese or yogurt instead.
Also, the original recipe has white pepper in it but I dislike that so I replace it with black pepper cause I SAY NO TO ANY SORT OF RACISM.
500 grams boneless chicken (preferably thigh or leg) cut into 2 inch cubes
1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
2 tablespoon cream cheese
Salt per taste
1 tablespoon ginger garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1/2 teaspoon garam masala
1/2 teaspoon coriander powder
1/2 teaspoon cumin powder
1/2 teaspoon crushed red chilies
1/2 teaspoon green chili paste
1 lemon juice
Add the salt, black pepper, cumin powder, garam masala, coriander powder, green chili paste, ginger garlic paste, lemon juice and crushed red chilies in the chicken. Mix and marinate it for an hour.
Now after an hour add cream cheese and heavy whipping cream in the chicken. Mix it properly and let it marinate for another 2 hours. My marinade was a little extra so I added extra chicken so its not wasted. I am a good human unlike the rest of you and I never ever waste my food even if I have to eat a little extra I BURN it out in the gym next day.
Depending on what you are using to cook it, you can either use a grill pan, a desi angeethi with coals or a oven broiler to to make it.
I used an oven broiler and I preheated the oven on 250 degrees for 10 minutes before inserting the chicken. Cooked it around 6-8 minutes on each side and it was ready. I will recommend you to keep a check on the chicken as stoves and ovens here are very different from back home.
Put it on a nice plate if you want to show it off like me. Sprinkle a little chopped corander place to slices of lemon on the side and you're good to go. Chicken Malai Tikka is ready.
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