Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Baked Lemon Chicken Kebab


               Spice up your Rainy evening with the flavour of the freshly prepared chicken with a taste of fresh lemon; I used Gandharaj Lebu to make it bit different. Chicken kebabs are all time favourite and we always see a long queue for this stall. People waiting patiently in line knowing in a while they will be enjoying a dish packed with Kebabs with any dip and salads. So stay at home and enjoy the rainy evening with freshly prepared baked chicken kebabs.
I had followed the recipe from Hangla Hesel Food Magazine.  .  
  

Ingredients:
·        Boneless chicken pieces (medium sized cube pieces)-20 no
·        Olive oil-2 tbsp.
·        Rum-2 tbsp.
·        Grated garlic -1 ½ tbsp.
·        Grated lemon rind of 1(Gandharaj lemon)
·        Coriander powder-1/2 tsp.
·        Crushed black pepper-1/2 tsp.
·        Red Kashmiri chili powder-1/2 tsp.
·        Dry oregano-1/4 tsp.
·        Lemon juice -1 no
·        Barbeque sauce-1/2 tsp.Honey-1 tsp.
·        Salt- to taste
·        White oil (for brushing)-2 tsp.
·        Wooden skewer- as required
·        Onion cut into cubes- 1 big sized
·        Capsicum cut into cube-1 medium sized

Method:
·        Wash chicken pieces and dry it with kitchen towel. Keep aside.
·        In a big mixing bowl take all above mentioned ingredients except white oil and mix well.
·        Add chicken pieces in it and mix it properly so that chicken pieces uniformly covered by the spice mix.
·        So the chicken is ready for marination.

·        Keep marinated chicken into refrigerator for at least 4-5 hours. Whole night keeping marination will give the best result.
·        Skew chicken pieces, onion and capsicum into the skewer alternatively.
·        Pre-heat oven at 180 degree C and bake for 20 -25 minutes. Brush oil over the chicken after 12 minutes and turn the chicken for being both sides.
·        Serve the crunchy red hot baked chicken kebabs with any prefer dips or soup.


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