So by a very small margin chicken chaat is the dish of choice for tomorrows #FridayCurryClub on YouTube. I thought it would be nice to cook this with some roti wraps so we will be revisiting making some roti's which is always fun.
If you want to go veggie then mushrooms and peppers are always good, tofu and paneer will work or if you can get some tinned jackfruit that will work beautifully.
If you cant get hold of tamarind we can use lime or lemon with a little brown sugar or honey. If you cant get amchoor thats fine and if you cant get roti flour or atta then just grab some tortilla's.

Join me here: https://youtu.be/4kk61IY6v5I
At: 6.15pm for some curry club chit chat and cooking.

You will need:
For the Chicken Chaat:
4 chicken thighs, skinned and trimmed
3 cloves garlic
1 tsp salt
1 tbsp vegetable oil
1 onion, finely diced
2 green chillies, finely chopped
2-4 tbsp tamarind water, or juice from 1 lemon
1 tsp red chilli powder
1 tsp mango powder (amchoor)
Handful of fresh coriander, chopped

For the Roti:
500g wholewheat flour/atta
water
butter

Let me know in the comments if you will be joining me tomorrow. Looking forward to cooking with you guys!

57 comments,3 shares,13 likes
Allie Bowker
3 months

sorry to do this on here but there was no other way I can get a response from any one else where but I order from your website and still have not received the order in August last year please give me an email address to send other details to you to get help thanks Allie from new Zealand

Hari Ghotra
3 months

@naturesdencatherine amazing looking buckwheat roti’s yum!

andrewsherman
3 months

@Peter I’d say yes, unsure about quantities though.

Peter
3 months

For the Roti.... can I use "strong wholemeal, bread wheat flour"?

andrewsherman
3 months

@Hari Ghotra I’ll be watching 👁

Hari Ghotra
3 months

@andrewsherman no worries you can still chat to Me though!

Hari Ghotra
3 months

@cairjhn51 we just need a hob so that will be fine.

Hari Ghotra
3 months

@Sue Geen yes they will work but they don’t need to be boiled first

andrewsherman
3 months

I’m not cooking tonight. I’ll be watching and might do this weekend with som fluffy pittas 🥙👍

andrewsherman
3 months

@Sue Geen I can’t see why not! It sounds nice Prawn Chaat 🤤

Sue Geen
3 months

@Sarah Geen heehee. you confused me here. saw s and Geen and thought I'd replied twice!

Sue Geen
3 months

grrrrr. forgot to get the chicken out of the freezer. will prawns work @Hari Ghotra . I have some of those in the fridge.

cairjhn51
3 months

I normally just cook using Halogen oven would it be better if I used a conventional oven

Hari Ghotra
3 months

@Andy Hill yes that’s perfect thank you so much for sharing and helping to clarify for the guys here! 🙌🏽

Hari Ghotra
3 months

@susiescriv if you have paste just use it as paste as it’s already been diluted

Hari Ghotra
3 months

@Rooroo lovely to have you join us!!

Hari Ghotra
3 months

@cairjhn51 sorry my fault!

Hari Ghotra
3 months

@lesishy.li chaat masala is a lovely spice mix that can be used with lots of things. Even sprinkled over apples it’s yum

Andy Hill
3 months

Hi, you can add hot water to a teaspoon or two of the tamarind paste to water it down or better still buy dried tamarind usually in a rectangular block from an Indian shop and put a 2-5 cm cube in a bowl and add hot water, stir it around and leave for at least 20 minutes and then strain and use the strained liquid voila Tamarind water.

susiescriv
3 months

I have tamarind paste - what do I do to make tamarind water (how much tamarind)