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A feast for passionate foodies – Pita Bread with easy Tandoori Chicken and mint Chutney

We all need to know what Passion is. Passion is something that drives us, pushes us to exceed our boundaries and makes us become better than what we are. And this passion could be our love for anything. And one of the great passions in my life is my love for food.

I obsess, I dream,  I indulge in this passion daily and I guess that’s why I blog about it too even though I am not a good writer.  Infact on introspection I realize I am not even a fabulous cook that can make dishes that can knock everyone’s socks off. But I guess I am a passionate one and when I cook I put those emotions of love in everything I cook.

Processed with VSCOcam with f2 presetI think it is this passion that keeps me pushing my boundaries. Especially on days when I have no desire or inclination to cook and on those days when I am alone and just cannot be bothered to go to the kitchen. Some days I am thankful that this blog happened  because even if may not have the desire or the energy to cook for myself, I have to cook and take pictures to keep the blog going. And on those days I cook for the blog and for the handful of readers who do take the time and effort to come here and look for something interesting or new that I may have made.

Processed with VSCOcam with f2 presetAnd this delicious Pita bread stuffed with Tandoori Chicken and chunky mint dip is something that is born out of my passion and love for cooking.

Processed with VSCOcam with c1 presetThe Tandoori chicken is extremely easy to make and I do it in a pan and the caramelized Onions give it a lovely sweet taste while the mint chutney instead of the traditional Hummus that one associates Pita Bread with makes the whole combination almost delectable. It is lip smacking goodness in a small Pita bread sized pockets. It is certainly not my most creative inventions but it is one of my most delicious ones.

Recipe (makes stuffing for 2 Pita breads)

2 Pita Breads.

Follow this link for the Chutney

For the Chicken (Cooking time 20 minutes, marinating 20 minutes or overnight)

1 large Chicken Breast

1 tbsp Curd

1 tsp Kashmiri chilli powder

Salt to taste

1 tsp Turmeric powder

1 tsp fresh Ginger paste

1 tsp fresh Garlic paste

Juice of half a lemon

1 large Onion finely sliced.

1 – 2 tsp Vegetable oil

Wash and dry the Chicken and cut it into long strips of equal size so they cook evenly.

Mix all the ingredients except the Oil and the Onion and marinade the chicken for atleast 20 minutes. If possible you can marinade it overnight too.

When  ready to cook heat oil in a pan and add the Chicken pieces and just cook them for 20 minutes on both sides or until done. I like it when t he Chicken looks a little burnt, gives the dish an extra edge. Also since the Chicken is cut into strips it will cook and burn faster so keep an eye.

Just when the Chicken is almost done in the same pan add the Onions and cook till almost caramelized.

Assembling the pita bread

Warm the pita bread in an oven or a griddle.

Add the Onions and Chicken pieces equally in both the breads and then a generous helping of the chunky chutney. Eat warm as it is and enjoy.

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Comments

Matt | Inspired Food

I beg to differ. You are an awesome writer and amazing cook! I’m constantly visiting your blog for inspiration to make myself a better cook! Passion is all you need to get to where you want to be… oh and you need one of these Tandoori Pita bread yumminess. :)

justagirlfromaamchimumbai

Aww Matt, thank you. This is such a sweet message, Really appreciate it.

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