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Tandoori Roasted Chicken

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It may not be grilled over an open flame or cooked in a traditional clay oven, but this Tandoori Roasted Chicken is guaranteed to brighten your January. We’ve brought sunshine into the kitchen in the depth of winter with bright colors and flavors on the table. Our Tandoori chicken is bright in color and in spice. We skipped the red food coloring and went straight for the beet powder combined with Tandoori Spice that contains turmeric, to give this dish a stunning presentation. Once cooked the beet powder mellows and adds crispiness to the chicken skin.

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  1. Jocelyn Williams says:

    Will this work on skinless breast of chicken?
    Thank you,

    Jocelyn Williams

  2. Jocelyn Williams says:

    Thank you so much.

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