Used in Indian "Tandoor" cooking. Mix with salt and lemon juice to make a thick paste, use with bread crumbs to make a coating for frying chicken. Salt free. Ingredients: Coriander, paprika, cumin, garlic, ginger, cloves, mace, fenugreek, cinnamon, black pepper, cardamom, nutmeg.
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Just like an Indian Restaurant
By: Dulcianna - Chisholm, MN Oct 2, 2011
I'll admit I was skeptical about trying this blend out. Sure I trusted Spices Etc. with having quality ingredients, but a tandoori blend?
I finally tried it out today, and it was amazing. It smelled and tasted just like what you get when you order tandoori in an Indian restaurant.
It's easy to use, and the spices in it were still savory - not aged and bland.
The mix isn't spicy for those who hear "Indian" and think fiery hot. If you want that bite, I'd recommend buying some cayenne pepper and adding it in for hotness.
By: Dennis Braje - Londonderry, NH Nov 15, 2011
Used the spice for the first time two days ago to make Tandoori Chicken. The best I have ever made!!
By: Tara Moye - Savannah, GA Jan 24, 2012
I was exciting about this seasoning. I have used it with chicken and beef. The flavor is delicious by itself so much that my husband requested it again. This season has a very different and distinctive taste.