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Indian-style Stuffed Roast Chicken ... t&t recipes plea

Postby suffolk » October 26th, 2017, 3:04 pm

Has anyone ever cooked this sort of Indian-style stuffed Roast Chicken ?

http://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/ind ... ken-302800

If so, what do you think of that recipe ... or do you have a t&t alternative?

Thanks :D
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Re: Indian-style Rice-stuffed Roast Chicken ... t&t recipes

Postby liketocook » October 26th, 2017, 4:50 pm

I've made this a few times http://www.happyandharried.com/2013/12/ ... t-chicken/ . I use a bought tandoori masala powder which worked well and a bit less chilli powder in the marinade. I don't use the hard boiled eggs in the stuffing and just grate the ginger & garlic instead of using a paste. I add a couple of pinches of salt to the stuffing mix and just 1 tsp to the marinade.

ETA - recipe in the link looks tasty. I've made things from that site before and they've always worked :D
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Re: Indian-style Rice-stuffed Roast Chicken ... t&t recipes

Postby suffolk » October 26th, 2017, 6:26 pm

Thanks LTC :D
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Re: Indian-style Rice-stuffed Roast Chicken ... t&t recipes

Postby earthmaiden » October 27th, 2017, 7:03 pm

That recipe looks :hungry: :hungry: Suffs.
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Re: Indian-style Stuffed Roast Chicken ... t&t recipes plea

Postby suffolk » October 29th, 2017, 6:15 pm

Well ... that'll get repeated ....... very successful ... OH is very happy
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Re: Indian-style Stuffed Roast Chicken ... t&t recipes plea

Postby liketocook » October 29th, 2017, 6:49 pm

suffolk wrote:Well ... that'll get repeated ....... very successful ... OH is very happy
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That looks the business :tu: , did you go with the geniuskitchen recipe?
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Re: Indian-style Stuffed Roast Chicken ... t&t recipes plea

Postby suffolk » October 29th, 2017, 6:56 pm

I did ...right down to the last detail ... even the desiccated coconut sprinkled over it at the end ... and I've often said on here how much I loathe it ... but it was only a little so I didn't notice it.
The stuffing was superb :chops:
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Re: Indian-style Stuffed Roast Chicken ... t&t recipes plea

Postby liketocook » October 29th, 2017, 7:34 pm

suffolk wrote:I did ...right down to the last detail ... even the desiccated coconut sprinkled over it at the end ... and I've often said on here how much I loathe it ... but it was only a little so I didn't notice it.
The stuffing was superb :chops:

Thanks - I'm not keen on desiccated coconut either so worth knowing that. :D
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Re: Indian-style Stuffed Roast Chicken ... t&t recipes plea

Postby suffolk » October 29th, 2017, 7:42 pm

I had thought I'd replace the desiccated coconut with some toasted flaked almonds I had leftover from yesterday, but someone sprinkled them on his breakfast porridge :lol: and I couldn't be faffed to do any more so I decided to risk the coconut, and it was fine.
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Re: Indian-style Stuffed Roast Chicken ... t&t recipes plea

Postby liketocook » October 29th, 2017, 7:52 pm

suffolk wrote:I had thought I'd replace the desiccated coconut with some toasted flaked almonds I had leftover from yesterday, but someone sprinkled them on his breakfast porridge :lol: and I couldn't be faffed to do any more so I decided to risk the coconut, and it was fine.

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Re: Indian-style Stuffed Roast Chicken ... t&t recipes plea

Postby Meganthemog » November 4th, 2017, 12:31 pm

That's a lot of saffron - an expensive dish but I'm sure delish!
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Re: Indian-style Stuffed Roast Chicken ... t&t recipes plea

Postby suffolk » November 4th, 2017, 12:42 pm

It was absolutely worth it Megan ... the second day I turned the cold legs and thighs into a sort of Coronation Chicken which was really tasty, and the resulting saffron and spice flavoured stock from the carcass formed the base for a wonderful spiced parsnip soup ... OH says it's the best yet :chops:

So when you think it was two main meals and 3 days' lunch for for two greedy people it wasn't that expensive, even with the saffron :tu:
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