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Reged: 08/12/04
Posts: 3563
Loc: Dublin, Ireland
Tikka strips with mint raita (or dip)
      01/12/06 06:22 AM

Tikka strips with Alpro soya mint raita (or dip)

Number of persons:
4 person(s)

3-4 skinless Chicken Breasts or
4-6 Quorn fillets
1/2 pot (250g) Alpro soya dairy free alternative to yogurt
Small finger length piece of fresh root Ginger, peeled and finely chopped or grated
3 tsp ground Coriander
2 tbsp Sun-dried Tomato Paste
1 tsp (adjust according to taste) Chilli Powder
1x15ml tbsp Olive Oil

Yofu mint raita:
1/2 pot (250g) Alpro soya dairy free alternative to yogurt
2x5 ml tsp Mint Sauce

To serve: Fresh Pineapple pieces, Lime quarters

324 calories per chicken portion, 265 calories per quorn portion

not suitable for freezing

Strips of chicken or Quorn marinated in a gently spiced Alpro soya Yogurt alternative mix. Leave for at least 4 hours to allow flavours to develop. Thread strips onto mini skewers mixed with fresh pineapple and grill. Served with a very quick and easy minty raita dip made using Alpro soya Plain (Yofu) Dairy Free Alternative to Yogurt.

1. Cut chicken or Quorn fillets into strips and place in a shallow bowl with the combined marinade ingredients. Cover and chill for at least 4 hours.
2.Thread prepared strips onto wooden skewers along with fresh pineapple pieces.
3. Cook under a hot grill for 12-15 minutes turning frequently to evenly brown.
4. Mix raita ingredients together and serve with the tikka strips and lime wedges.

- For vegetarian option use Quorn™.
- For gluten/wheat-free option use gluten/wheat-free spices.

Preparation time:
Preparation: 20 min. Plus 4 hours grill


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