Monday, September 14, 2015

Air Fried Chicken Tandoori with Philips Malaysia

Chicken Tandoori is one of my favourite dishes at the local mamak. However not all mamak offers it and finding a good one can be tricky. I am lucky though that there are not one but two mamak near my house that serves up pretty good Chicken Tandoori. But of course, we all know that as yummy as it is, Chicken Tandoori isn't exactly healthy.

Enter the Philips Airfryer to help switch up this local cuisine to a healthy and just as delicious treat.

2 chicken thighs (weighing about 180gms each)
½ cup of plain yoghurt
1 medium sized onion, blended
3 cloves of garlic, blended
1 lemon, squeezed for the juice
2 tablespoons of chili powder
1 tablespoon of garam masala
½ teaspoon of salt
½ teaspoon of sugar
½ teaspoon of ground pepper

1. Place all the ingredients except the chicken into a large bowl.
2. Mix all the ingredients well.
3. Put the chicken into the bowl with the other ingredients and mix well.
4. Allow to marinate together for a minimum of 30 minutes. Marinating it overnight is ideal.
5. Place the chicken thigh onto the Grill Pan of the Airfryer at 170°C setting.
6. Grill the chicken for about 25 minutes.
7. Cut into pieces when serving. Perfect dipped with mint sauce and raita.

This meal goes perfectly with the Nasi Goreng Kampung (recipe here). 

The Philips Pressure Cooker and Philips Airfryer are available at RM649 and RM999 respectively at the Philips Brand Store at Publika Shopping Gallery, major electrical and departmental stores and on For further information, please visit or visit


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Robert said...

Thanks for share PHILIPS Airfryer Recipe: Air Fried Chicken Tandoori with Philips Malaysia
This fryer is always ideally simple to use too; it does not need pre-heating like an stove and it has a clock. It's also simple to fresh up after use as its sink, stirrer and lid can securely be jumped into the dish washer.

GeraldGonzalez said...

Hi, Tania Wee! the delicious Chicken Tandoori itself is the most favorite food but I know I isn't good for my health. Therefore, I seldom cook it. Now, thanks to the Philips Airfryer as well as your simple and helpful recipe, I will perform this food for my family! Thanks for your sharing

Marjorie.MasterChef said...

The first time I've added yoghurt into chicken recipe. I was carefully in following your direction, you know, the dish is awesome, my mom asked me "Can you please make this dish for our guess in our party tomorrow". You know, there was about 12-13 guess, most of them like this dish.Now, just want to say Big thank to you- for sharing your recipe and cooking skills

Tania said...

Yes it would help with weight loss but everything in moderation.

Tania said...

Great to know!

Tania said...

Hope your family enjoys it too! You can also airfry naan for more crunch. Just FYI.

Tania said...

Wow! Hope all your guests like it! thank you