Grilled chicken in tandoori masala

The Internet is a funny place… where you can get pretty much anything. There is one place though where you can’t find grilled chicken in tandoori masala, but you can find it at my recipe blog, . If you haven’t had tandoori chicken, it’s one of my favorite Indian dishes. The chicken is marinated in yogurt, garlic and ginger, then cooked over charcoal. Here, I’ve given it a tandoori-inspired spin…

In most households, the grill is the main method for cooking chicken. It is a simple and easy method for cooking and also gives the chicken a distinct flavour. Despite the fact that it is an easy method for cooking chicken, the results may not be so great. So the question is, what could be the reason?

This is one of those recipes that can be executed just about anywhere – from the outside of your oven to the inner reaches of your microwave. I’ve tried this recipe three times now, and each time I’ve followed the directions closely, and each time everything comes out a little differently – which is the sign of a great recipe.

Grilled chicken in a Tandoori masala is now ubiquitous, since it is one of India’s and nearly every other country’s most popular dishes. It is extremely popular in the United Kingdom, and everyone enjoys it. Tandoori chicken is cooked in a clay oven similar to those seen in restaurants. Each restaurant has its own unique recipe, which varies by area. I’ve had tandoori chicken in a variety of ways, both in terms of cooking technique and spice. As an appetizer, Tandoori chicken is grilled.

The chicken is marinated before being baked in a clay oven. At home, I’ve made tandoori chicken in the oven or on the grill. I used chicken legs this time, but you could use thigh pieces or other parts, and I used ready-made masala, just as I did in the tandoori murg. This tandoori murg has a different marinade and cooking method than my previous tandoori murg, which has the same ingredients but a little different marinate and cooking method.


    • 4 chicken legs (medium size)

First, prepare the marinade.

    • 1 teaspoon chili powder
    • 2 tsp ginger and garlic paste
    • a pinch of salt (to taste)

The marinade for the second time

  • 5 to 6 tbsp curd
  • 1 tbsp. tandoori masala (prepared)
  • a pinch of salt (to taste)



  • Cook the chicken according to the temperature of your oven.
  • When cooked in a pan, the masala has a tendency to split all over, so cover it and cook it. Cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until the chicken pieces are cooked through.
  • Check the marinade before using it on the chicken to see if it is spicy or contains salt.
  • You may marinate it with your own seasonings. You may adjust the spices to your preference by adding thick curd.
  • If tandoori masala isn’t available, you may use any marinade from my recipes and cook it the same way.


Like most people, I enjoy eating chicken. I like it grilled, roasted, fried, or in curries. I like it a lot. Unfortunately, I also have a pretty serious food allergy that requires me to avoid some foods, like chicken. I was bummed, until I found a way to get my grilled chicken fix without the chicken.. Read more about tandoori chicken breast and let us know what you think.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is tandoori chicken grilled?

Yes, tandoori chicken is grilled.

Which is better grilled or tandoori chicken?

I am not sure what you mean by better.

Is chicken masala and tandoori masala same?

Chicken masala is a type of curry that is made with chicken, tomatoes, onions, ginger and garlic. Tandoori masala is a type of curry that is made with yogurt, spices and meat.

Una is a food website blogger motivated by her love of cooking and her passion for exploring the connection between food and culture. With an enthusiasm for creating recipes that are simple, seasonal, and international, she has been able to connect with people around the world through her website. Una's recipes are inspired by her travels across Mexico, Portugal, India, Thailand, Australia and China. In each of these countries she has experienced local dishes while learning about the culture as well as gaining insight into how food can be used as a bridge between different cultures. Her recipes are often creative combinations of traditional ingredients from various different cuisines blended together to create something new.