Tandoori chicken is an Indian dish made by roasting chicken soaked in yogurt and spices in clay ovens. But don’t panic! You can cook it over a grill as well! Now, this yummy dish is immensely popular in India, and It is named this way due to the clay oven in which it is cooked: tandoor! This tantalizing tandoori chicken is linked to a Hindu who fled from Pakistan and opened his restaurant in Delhi. This tantalizing tandoori chicken is usually served on the bones which is now vastly popular in Asia, and also becoming more and more popular around the world.
As usual, you need to mix yogurt, spices and lemon juice in order to soak skinless chicken thighs into it. Sometimes you may want to slash the legs in a way that our liquid mixture can reach inside the meat for faster and better cooking. It is highly suggested not to make this dish with chicken breasts since they lack moisture, and they will get dried faster than chicken thighs and legs would, so you better use them instead.
This tantalizing tandoori collagen chicken is a fantastic choice for a meal, since it is both delicious and healthy. Well by healthy we are in fact referring to the collagen powder we want to use in this recipe, its magic ingredient. In short, collagen is a super vital protein in our body which is responsible for strengthening our bones and organs as well as rejuvenating our skin. So, let’s begin folks: