Yorky

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Ingredients
  • 1 tblsp Cumin seeds
  • 1 tblsp Paprika
  • 1 tsp Cayenne pepper
  • 1 tblsp Turmeric
  • 1½ tsp Freshly ground black pepper
  • 2 tsp Salt
  • 6 Garlic cloves, mashed or pureed
  • 6 tblsp Lime juice
  • 1.5 kg Chicken breast
  • 3 tblsp Olive oil
  • 6 Fresh red chilis, sliced
  • Fresh coriander leaf
Method

Grind the cumin seeds, paprika, cayenne pepper, turmeric, black pepper and salt to a fine powder. Mix the garlic and lemon juice in a bowl and add the ground spices. Mix well.

Cut the chicken into pieces about 100mm x 30mm. Score the chicken pieces and add to the bowl. Mix well to ensure that all the chicken pieces are coated and the marinade has seeped into the scores.

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Cover the bowl and leave in the refrigerator overnight.

Light the barbecue.

Remove the chicken pieces from the bowl, shake off any excess marinade and place on the barbecue,
brushing the surface with the olive oil. Turn over the chicken and brush with more oil. Cook until just catching turning and brushing regularly.

Garnish with the red chillis and coriander leaf to serve.

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Served with masala potatoes and salad.
 

Yorky

Uncomfortably numb
Joined
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Location
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Everything about this sounds amazing. We absolutely love lime juice in our marinades. Sometimes my chicken marinade consists mostly of lime, lemon, and oranges (with garlic, paprika, ect....). I love me some citrus.

We use lime juice a lot as we have difficulty sourcing lemon juice. This is a very tasty Indian potato side dish incorporating lemon (or lime) juice:

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Recipe is here:

https://freebeerforyorky.com/Spuds.html#Sour

It's based upon a recipe by Shrimati Bina Devi Burman with some amendments.
 
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