Biny's Chicken tikkas with a chinese touch

Tikkas are enjoyed as a main or side dish especially with cool raitas.These tikkas are prepared in a different sauce unlike the traditional way.I have tried and tested this marinate many times and I think it goes very well with chicken tikkas.


Boneless chicken-500 gms,cut into bitesize portions
Skewers- if using bamboo skewers leave it in water for half an hour
Groundnuts-powdered 2tbsp
chilli /papriks powder-1tbsp
pepper powder-1tbsp
soya sauce-1tbsp(optional)
hoisin sauce-1tsp(optional)
coriander leaves of 3 sprigs
mint leaves-5to 8  leaves
olive oil/refined oil-1tsp

Grind the ingredients for marination together.
Coat the chicken pieces with the marinate and leave for 30 mins for marination.
Skewer the chicken pieces.Preheat the oven at 180 deg cel.Grill the tikkas at 180 deg cel for 30 minutes.Turn the side after 20 min.
 Serve with rice and vegetables or raita of your choice.Raita recipe


Roshan said...

the marinade sounds interesting....nice recipe....

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Umm Mymoonah said...

This is simply awesome, just couldn't resist, soooooooooo tempting. Just looked over few of your recipes too, lokks very delicious and tempting.
Very clear instructions too.
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Jaisy James said...

wow superb dear tikka is my fav dish looks yummy

Shalini said...

Interesting dish. groundnuts in marination, cool! must be delicious with the tinge of soy sauce. cheers!

coolblogger said...

Lovely dish Biny.

Sushma Mallya said...

Nice fusion recipe, very interesting..

Ananda Rajashekar said...

Oh am drooling over the chicken absolutely tempting, thanks for stopping by blog and for your kind words of appreciation, glad to be here too :)

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious way to prepare chicken

aipi said...

Very cool fusion recipe Biny..you are on a roll girl..keep up the good work!!

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Kairali sisters said...

Recipe sounds yumm biny...

Karishma said...

the groundnuts are an interesting addition...next time I make tikkas, will def by doing it this way!

Sarah Naveen said...

nice recipe..yummy yumm!!

Aparna S Mallya said...

For some reason yr pics were not uploading. Lovely recipe nevertheless!

Nishant Singh said...

Nice blog, it is well written and knowledgeable. I appreciate it. I bookmarked this blog further more information. Recently I eat very tasty and spicy chicken tikkas from Lunch Catering Calgary.It is one of my sweet memories of lunch, I can never forget it's taste.