Chicken Tandoori Seekh Kebab in Microwave-Oven  

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It is popular in countries all over the world. It is traditionally small pieces of boneless chicken baked using skewers. First the skinless breast of chicken is deboned and then marinated with mild spice and yogurt. It is served with onion rings & lemon. I’ve used a convection microwave to prepare this kebab. It can also be prepared in traditional tandoori or in electric oven.

Serving Size: 2
Cooking Time: 30 mins

Ingredients:

  1. Chicken 1/2 kg
  2. Tandoori Masala 4 tsp
  3. Dahi / Yogurt 10 grams
  4. Ginger Garlic Paste  1 tsp
  5. Salt to the taste
  6. Lemon 1 tsp
Cooking procedure:

Marinate chicken with the above ingredients for 5-6 hrs.
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Arrange the chicken on a  tray cook it in a microwave oven for 25 minutes or brush oil and butter  over the chicken pieces
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Place it in this way. Turn to the other side after 15 minutes so the chicken is cooked evenly.
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Serving Suggestions:
Immediately serve as an appetizer with onion rings and lemon.

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8 Responses to Chicken Tandoori Seekh Kebab in Microwave-Oven

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