Chicken Malai Tikka
Chicken Malai Tikka recipe is one of the most special and fulfilling meals known in Pakistan and is an absolute favorite for meat lovers who want some cultural twist this Ramadan. It is not only mouth-watering delicious but is easy to cook as well. If we talk about the main ingredient that is Chicken, let us tell you that it has been used as one of the main sources of human foods for a long time. Other human consumption sources include beef and mutton which also has a long history of usage in cultural cuisines. In Pakistan, chicken is used in many kinds of main course meals, snacks, side dishes and also as filling in various fried foods. Chicken is also served in its whole shape, known as Chargha (which is a whole chicken that is deep fried and served).
Chicken Malai Tikka Recipe is a Pakistani dish which is a popular snack eaten all over Pakistan and made in every house as a traditional favorite dish. It is enjoyed as a starter, side dish or even a snack at evening or before the dinner. Not only is Chicken Malai Tikka recipe best served with chapatti but it can be served with all sorts of foods and side dishes including, chicken Pakora, vegetable samosa, chutney sauces, Pulao basmati rice, mango lassi and hot masala chai. It also goes great with zeera rice. Chicken Malai Tikka recipe is a dish of roasted chunks of chicken tikka in a spicy sauce. The sauce is usually creamy, spiced and orange-colored.
Preparing Chicken Malai Tikka recipe is simple. Add the ingredients and mix them well. Cover the chicken paste and store in the refrigerator. Then, simply bake in a preheated 180°C / 350°F in a gas oven for 15 minutes or until the chicken is cooked. Mid-way, soak the chicken with the remaining paste and when done, serve with chapatti or mango lassi.