This low-carb tandoori chicken recipe is such a brilliant alternative to microwave curry dinners covered in high-sugar sauces and a great alternative even for processed chicken nuggets. You can make these as spicy or as tasty as you prefer.
Whether you serve them as an appetizer or a main dish, it’s an amazing piece of deliciousness!
Low-Carb Easy Tandoori Chicken Recipe
I love tandoori chicken but a lot of pre-made sauces or marinades, contain a huge amount of hidden sugar, wheat, colourings, additives etc. This easy tandoori chicken is sugar-free, wheat-free, low carb and so easy to make AND only uses 3 ingredients.What a wonderful alternative to processed chicken nuggets. Simple Low Carb Tandoori Chicken bites
For best results, you can marinade the meat for a few hours, but usually, I’m not that organised so I just throw it together then cook them.
If you enjoy meal prepping to make weekdays a little less chaotic, cook a double batch to pack lunches for the following day. Check out what sides work best with this dish so you can add a little variety when servings it as leftovers.
How To Cook Tandoori Chicken Pieces
Follow this easy step-by-step guide. It only takes a few simple steps to create an amazing tasty chicken recipe for the barbecue or grill.
The best part? The chicken recipe only requires 4 simple ingredients you probably have in your fridge and pantry right now.
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What to Serve with Tandoori Chicken?
Or for the complete meal, why not serve with cauliflower rice?
If you have never enjoyed cauliflower rice before, or you thought it was bland and made your kitchen a mess, just look at how easy it can be. And learn why coconut cream is the magic ingredient that turns smelly cauliflower into a firm family favourite.
Want to start adding healthier alternatives in your kiddo’s school lunch box? These chicken curry bites are the perfect option.
Low-carb tandoori chicken recipe
- In a large bowl, mix the yoghurt, salt and tandoori paste.
- Add the chicken pieces to the bowl and cover with the tandoori yoghurt mixture and allow to marinade for a few hours, or it can equally be cooked immediately.
- Fry, bake, barbecue until cooked.
- Serve with mint raita (yoghurt, cucumber and mint) and plenty of vegetables.
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