Abm 680 Case Study

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Ingredients * Chicken – 1.5 lb / 680 gm / 5 leg piece Marinade: * Low fat Yogurt / Curd – 1 cup * Onion – 1 (small around 57 gm) * Lime – 1/2 * Garlic – 1 clove * Ginger – 1/2 inch (size of garlic), peel the skin off * Green Chili – 2 * Garam Masala – 1 1/2 tsp * Salt – 1 tsp or as per taste * Red food color + Orange Food Color (kesari powder) – few large drops For Baking * Jelly roll pan or cookie tray. * Aluminium/Aluminum Foil * Pastry brush (optional) Method * Wash the chicken legs. Let the water drain and place them on a large plate. Do not remove the skin part, it will actually protect the flesh when you bake. Create 2 slits on each side of the leg. The knife needs…show more content…
Add one chicken piece at a time and massage the paste into the slits and on both sides and leave it in the bowl/bag. Repeat. Now close the bowl or zip the freezer bag. Give a nice shake and keep them back in the refrigerator. Now you can forget about the chicken at least for 8 hrs or one whole day. I usually marinate it a day before and let it soak for one whole day. More you marinate better the taste. * Next day: Clean up your oven (if you have any pots and pans in it) and preheat it to 550 F (that is the maximum I can set in my oven). Take your cookie/jelly pan. Line it with aluminum foil generously. Take the marinated chicken out of your refrigerator, remove one leg piece and shake it up. Let the marinade drip completely. Place it on the cookie sheet/pan (ensure that the skin part covers the chicken). Repeat the same with other chicken pieces. * Using your oven mitts, carefully place the tray into the center rack of the oven. Set the timer for 15 minutes. Let it cook. Then use your oven mitts again and pull the tray out. Baste it with marinade using a brush or a spoon or something else but not your hand and put it back in the oven for 10 minutes. Let the juices run out. Don’t worry if the juices around the chicken starts burning. At this extreme temperature it has

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