Murgh hariyali Tikka | How to Make Murgh hariyali Tikka
- 1 kg – boneless chicken
- 5 tbsp – ginger paste
- 5 tbsp – garlic paste
- 2 tsp – chilli powder
- 2 tbsp – garam masala
- 3/4 cup – thick dahi(curd)
- 1/2 cup – thick cream
- 1 bunch – coriander
- 1 bunch – mint leaves
- 10-12 – spinach leaves
- 3 tbsp – lemon juice
- salt to taste
- oil for basting
- Cut the Chicken into 1 1/2″ chunks and marinate with salt, chilli powder and lemon juice.
- Keep aside. Grind the Coriander, mint & Spinach leaves to a fine paste.
- Mix this paste with dahi, cream, ginger and garlic pastes and the garam masala.
- Mix the paste with the Chicken & leave in the fridge overnight.
- Remove from the fridge atleast one hour before cooking.
- Grill the Chicken pieces on skewers or a grilling tray basting over with oil.
- Cook until chicken is tender & browned on all sides.
- Serve Hot Murgh hariyali Tikka | How to Make Murgh hariyali Tikka
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