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  • Recipe

    Quick Tandoori Chicken Thighs

    Fire up your grill for this Indian-inspired dinner. While the grill heats, the chicken soaks in a yogurt-and-spice marinade which helps tenderize the meat and brings lots of tangy flavor…

  • Recipe

    Grilled Tandoori-Style Chicken Thighs

    This recipe can also be prepared as kebabs (see the instructions below).

  • How-To

    Chicken Thighs Take a Turn on the Grill

    More flavorful than chicken breasts, boneless thighs cook quickly and stay juicy

  • How-To

    Tandoor-Style Flatbreads From Your Own Oven

    A baking stone and a very hot oven are the keys to soft, crusty naan bread at home

  • Recipe

    Chicken Tikka Masala

    If you love Indian food, you're probably familiar with chicken tikka masala, which appears on most Indian restaurant menus. This chicken dish with its creamy, aromatic tomato sauce originated as a…

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    Roasted or Grilled Tandoori Chicken

    Tandoori chicken is the first step to making Chicken Tikka Masala, but it's also a classic Indian dish on its own: oven-roasted (or grill-roasted) chicken made tender from a simple…

  • How-To

    Make Chicken Tikka Masala at Home

    With a step-by-step technique and a few common spices, you can make an Indian dish that everyone will love

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    Homestyle Indian Naan

    These soft-textured, teardrop-shaped flatbreads, with their golden bottom crust and soft, rippled surface, are easy to make and eat in great quantity.

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    Tandoori Chicken

    I love serving this with traditional Indian accompaniments, such as sesame-seed chutney, curried potatoes and peas, raita, basmati or fried rice, and mango shakes. If you like spicier chicken, increase the…

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