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Old 01-23-2010, 11:43 AM
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Default Tandoori Chicken with Sweet & Spicy Stir Fry (INDIAN RECIPE)





Prep Time: 30 minutes or less | Cook Time: 30 minutes - 1 hour | Serves: 4

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I recently bought a bunch of spices of Penzey's, and decided to screw around with some of them to get a feel for the flavors. After watching House of Flying Daggers last night, I had intense craving for Chinese food, and yes, I realize tandoori has nothing to do with China. I was feeling hungry, not intellectual.

Tandoori Chicken with Sweet & Spicy Stir Fry
Servings: 4 (or 3 starving college students)

The players:
1 cup brown rice
1 white onion
1 red bell pepper
1 green bell pepper
1 cup plain non-fat yogurt
2 cups frozen corn
2 carrots
2 chicken breasts
Chinese Five Spice
Tandoori Spice
Soy Sauce
Bangkok Padang Peanut Sauce
Sriracha

Brown rice takes a long time to cook, nearly 50-60 minutes. I got it going, then went to the store to buy the yogurt, because I had no clue how to make tandoori until after I started the rice. When the brown rice was done, I drizzled a small amount of peanut sauce over the rice for a tiny bit of spice and a nice jasmine/peanut aroma, and then dashed some soy sauce in to keep it moist while everything else was cooking.




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I threw the chicken breasts into boiling water, and diced up the vegetables save for the tomato, I have no clue why the tomato is in the picture.
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I threw the chicken breasts into boiling water, and diced up the vegetables save for the tomato. I have no clue why the tomato is in the picture, that cheeky bugger.
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I turned the heat off of the vegetables and let them sit on the burner. To make the tandoori, take 1 cup of yogurt and add tandoori spice. I used 3 teaspoons, and that made a good flavorful mixture. If I had wanted to make it a spicy tandoori, I would have bumped it up to 4 teaspoons and added ground chili peppers.
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When the chicken is done, shred it all up. I use two forks and that seems to work well. Add the chicken to the tandoori mixture and toss thoroughly. About this time, I cooked the corn.


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