Spicy Tandoori Chicken – Delicious and Traditional
The first and the most important thing that I wanted to talk about in this article is the word “FRIENDLY”. No matter how much I love Indian food, it does not translate into delicious food. This is because of the regional differences and the difference in cooking style. In fact, many people from various regions of India do not like beef or pork and instead they prefer chicken or even vegetables as their national dish.
The second thing that I wanted to discuss in this article is the word “EXCELERANT” and how this relates to Indian cuisines. Many times people say that if something is delicious then it cannot be spicy or hot. Well this is not really true because there are so many Indian spices in the food that can give it both spiciness and also heat. For example red chili powder is very hot and if you are using it in your Indian curries or North Indian Murg Tandoori, it will give it a little kick. So in this way it is completely wrong to label Indian foods as spicy or hot in any case.
Lastly I want to say that the word “FREQUENT” is another misleading term and is very often used by non-vegetarians who are unaware of the spices and flavor profiles that constitute Indian cuisine. In fact, the main ingredient of Indian cuisine is basically an herb called “arters” or “rots” and these herbs are very frequently used in the preparation of hundreds of different dishes. To give an example of one of these dishes, let’s take the famous butter chicken that is enjoyed across the country every summer. This dish actually begins with a recipe of baked chicken that is flavored with butter and is prepared with onions, garlic, coriander, salt and turmeric. In this recipe we have all those components that are present in an authentic butter chicken – allspice, cumin, chillies and butter.