Summer’s here, folks! And so is the season of barbecue!
Ha! Who doesn’t like those juicy succulent Chicken Kebabs? Excellent as starters especially when you have guests at home. Or why not surprise your loved one? P would love to gorge on this at any time of the day.
Afghani Chicken Kebabs is a delightful dish coming straight from the Mughal era. The chicken thighs are cut into bite sized chunks and are marinated with yogurt, lemon juice and spices.
The yogurt and spice marinade is left on the chicken for a good two hours or even over night and acts as a brilliant tenderizer. And it is this mix which is the secret to the savory kebabs.
I’m participating in the #AtoZChallenge and I’m posting 26 easy Chicken Recipes making your mouths water and tempting you to cook up a storm!
I hope you come back again tomorrow!
Meanwhile, here are 26 Army Wife stories to read on my Tomato Blog!
I’m on co-host Pam’s Unconventional Alliance Team along with Parul from Happiness and Food, Rajlakshmi from The Twinkle Eyed Traveler, The Poetry Wagon, and Destiny’s Child and Claire from A Field Trip Life