Tandoori Chicken Wings


My husband and I love wings, so it really surprised us that neither one of us had ever made them from scratch. Nope, we have been relying on boxes of frozen wings for far too long and this past weekend we took Wing Night to a whole new and awesome level with Tandoori Wings!

 

Tandoori Chicken Wings

Tandoori Chicken Wings

4 tbsp natural yogurt
5 tbsp Pataks Tandoori Curry Paste
12  chicken wings

Mix the yogurt and Tandoori Curry Paste together and rub all over the wings in a dish. I actually used a ziploc bag and after mixing the marinade added the wings to the bag to coat. Let the wings marinade in the fridge for a few hours.

marinade

Preheat the oven to 400F and heat up a griddle pan, if you have one, to medium heat. This will get a nice char on the wings before going in the oven. Chargrill the wings in the griddle pan for a few minutes on each side before transferring to the oven for cooking a further 30 minutes or longer if not pre-chargrilled.

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I choose to barbecue the wings because it was a nice day out, if cooking in the winter I would go ahead and use the cooking method above. The barbecue cooks the wings up really nicely leaving that cripsy skin on the outside that tastes so good!

on bbq

and voila! Our wing night was a success!!

tandoori chicken wings

Don’t they look amazing!? They were so crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside and packed full of that Tandoori flavour! Tandoori isn’t a very hot spice, so don’t worry about these being too spicy! I think we’ll be cooking up our own wings from now on! Visit GoodKorma.ca for more recipe inspiration. 

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Comments

  1. Laurie P says:

    Chicken Biryani is one I’d love to try!

  2. I wnat to make Eggplant Parmesan

  3. kathy downey says:

    I have no recipe I would like to try as I have only ate Indian food once and loved it all

  4. Gillian Morgan says:

    There was a. Indian chicken dish I had a recipe for that I wanted to try but I lost the recipe.

  5. Francine says:

    naan

  6. Corry L. says:

    I’d love to make my own Beef Korma.

  7. Butter chicken!

  8. Rose Holloway says:

    Butter Chicken for me 🙂

  9. Belinda McNabb says:

    I have always wanted to try making butter chicken from scratch

  10. Holly O'Gorman says:

    I would like to try chicken balls.

  11. Ashley O says:

    I have yet to become brave enough to cook Lobster. ;-0

  12. Carey Hurst says:

    I really want to try homeade Naan and butter chicken .

  13. Sherry K says:

    Butter Chicken

  14. sarah jackson says:

    I would love to try butter chicken , I have tried it before but have never made it myself .

  15. Doris Calvert says:

    Butter chicken is something I still wan to make and haven’t yet.

  16. Susanne McCarthy says:

    I have always wanted to make my own sweet & sour meatballs and ribs

  17. i have made many recipes but want to try and make Samosas and chutneys.

  18. Erika Belanger says:

    Lots of recipes! I love anything with curry!! Butter chicken would be lovely to make!

  19. Maegan Morin says:

    I have never tried any Indian rcipes and I have always wanted to.

  20. Lisa Williams says:

    I have never made any Indian recipes nor have I ever eaten any Indian food before,I just never had an opportunity to try it,but It looks very tasty and delicious.

  21. Rose Reeder says:

    I don’t have a recipe but this recipe looks so easy that I might try it.

  22. I would love to make butter chicken! After reading this and seeing these pics, Tandoori Chicken Wings is going on that list too!

  23. Cheesecake

  24. most beef dishes

  25. i have always wanted to make pakoras and somasas

  26. I would like to try to deep fry a turkey.

  27. Egg rolls or wontons!

  28. Like to try the delicious sounding spicy pumpkin hummus.
    Love their pics. of India. Great well designed site too.

  29. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    I’d say Wonton Soup

  30. Actually always wanted to try tandoori chicken, this looks like the perfect recipe. Thanks.

  31. I have never tried making Butter Chicken…would like to make it one day.

  32. Rhonda W G. says:

    I like to try making sushi…

  33. Susan Patterson says:

    I would love to try to make a delicious baked Cafe Mocha cheesecake!

  34. I’ve always wanted to make Lobster

  35. Jennifer P. says:

    I’ve always wanted to make my own butter chicken at home, but so far I have chickened out and just ordered it in.

  36. I would like to try making samosas.

  37. Butter chicken or lamb done right is like eating a piece of paradise.

  38. Carol Denny says:

    Would love to make Butter Chicken

  39. Caroline says:

    I’d love to try to make samosas. I’ve eaten them, but never made them.

  40. Kristian Weavers says:

    Also Butter Chicken

  41. Martin Albert says:

    I want to make homeade nam bread! Why buy it if you can make it. Saw a receipe and it look very east… cook it over an open flamme…

  42. Stephanie Galbraith says:

    I’ve always wanted to try and make some Pulled Pork sandwiches.

  43. I have always wanted to learn how to make Dulpurie. It is the wrap for roti.

  44. sara rai says:

    Paneer curry:)

  45. Butter chicken! I’ve never made it myself.

  46. I would like to try making Rogan josh one day!

  47. Paneer, always wanted to make my own

  48. naiddia p says:

    Butter chicken

  49. Janice Wong says:

    Always wanted to make my own naan.

  50. Asam Laksa

  51. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    I’ve wanted to try making spring rolls.

  52. Rachel C. says:

    I’d love to try making naan or roti at home – but have never gotten around to trying!

  53. sunshine h says:

    So mant! I want to try pastry, homemade pasta noodles, and samosas to name a few.

  54. Jennifer L. says:

    I’ve always wanted to try Curry Chicken.

  55. LILLIAN BROWN says:

    Would like to make Butter Chicken

  56. Julie G. says:

    I’ve never cooked lamb before, so I’d like to try that.

  57. charityk says:

    perogies

  58. Gene D says:

    mostly anything in my gordon ramsey cookbooks

  59. Nicole Jubleew says:

    I’d love to learn how to make butter chicken at home.

  60. Eugenia Hall says:

    As much as I love eating Indian food I haven’t tried cooking it very much. I’d love to learn how to make Butter Chicken.

  61. Croquembouche

  62. Amber Y says:

    I’ve always wanted to try to recreate this lamb and spinach dish we had at a local Indian restaurant. It was so so delicious.

  63. Heather A says:

    I want to try these Tandoori Chicken wings.

  64. I’d love to try making my own naan or samosas!

  65. Sandi Tymchuk says:

    There are so many recipes to try, I don’t know where to start! A delicious chicken curry or spinach dish would be nice.

  66. Mary Warner says:

    I’d like to make a really great curry with squid.

  67. Rachael Bhardwaj says:

    Butter Chicken

  68. Victoria Ess says:

    I want to try making Chicken Tikka Masala.

  69. Colleen Rose says:

    Butter chicken

  70. Brenda Lacourciere says:

    Yes I want to try bruschetta salmon

  71. kristen says:

    I would love to try new recipes! The butter chicken sounds amazing!!!

  72. Lee-Ann says:

    There’s so many that I have never tried..but one day I will make a beef wellingtom. =)

  73. Angela Mitchell says:

    I’ve never tried to make homemade cabbage rolls and I’ve always wanted to.

  74. Tandoori Chicken Wings!

  75. Kelley Moore says:

    Butter chicken!

  76. I would love to make a really spicy chicken dish but don’t know how.

  77. Martin Albert says:

    Who won? Me? 🙂

  78. Cynthia Mercado says:

    I have never had Indian food. I have heard a lot about Tandoori Chicken. So this is probably the first recipe I would try.

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