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Tandoori Paste


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Ingredients

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Paste

  • 4 centimetre ginger root
  • 8 cloves garlic, peeled
  • 8 small chillies
  • 8 teaspoons turmeric powder
  • 4 teaspoons cardamom seeds
  • 8 cloves
  • 2 teaspoons black peppercorns
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • 2 teaspoons Ground Coriander
  • 2 teaspoons cumin seeds
  • 125 grams vinegar
  • 6
    10min
    Preparation 10min
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  • 7
    easy
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  1. Measure all ingredients for paste into the TM bowl. Chop for 1 minute on speed 9.


     


     

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Tip

This paste can be added to dishes for a spicy kick. It also forms for the base for my other recipe "Tandoori Marinade".


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  • Judhop: I had a container of paste in the freezer...

    Submitted by LannyD on 9. March 2019 - 14:12.

    Judhop: I had a container of paste in the freezer for about 6 months - that was a large container because my chillis had run mad so I used them up. It seemed just fine right up till when I scraped out the last of it.

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  • leroyduo: don’t forget you can freeze it too so...

    Submitted by LannyD on 9. March 2019 - 14:09.

    leroyduo: don’t forget you can freeze it too so if you have a chilli bush and it is going wild, then make paste and freeze it. It stays soft in the freezer so easy to take out small portions. ☺️

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  • Barbandcraig: sorry to hear this wasn’t to your...

    Submitted by LannyD on 9. March 2019 - 14:08.

    Barbandcraig: sorry to hear this wasn’t to your palate. Hopefully, you will find something that is just right for you. ☺️

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  • Roselyn: so sorry I am only now just catching up...

    Submitted by LannyD on 9. March 2019 - 14:07.

    Roselyn: so sorry I am only now just catching up with your question (don’t know what has happened to my notifications??!!) Anyway, if you have habaneros, then I would be cutting back the number I use or this will blow someone’s head off! If you are going to head into brave waters, then I would use sparingly. Good luck!!

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  • Roselyn wrote:...

    Submitted by Roselyn on 11. April 2018 - 09:11.

    Roselyn wrote:
    Hey I want to make this but we only have habenero chilli bushes at the moment. Thinking maybe I will have to reduce the amount of chillis or which sort do you use? Can you use the dry chillis? Or should I just experimentCooking 9

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  • Extreme disappointing. Tasted like a plate of...

    Submitted by Barbandcraig on 10. April 2018 - 20:16.

    Extreme disappointing. Tasted like a plate of turmeric. Will not make again.
    1 star.

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  • ran out of our usual Tandoori Paste and whipped...

    Submitted by leroyduo on 3. April 2018 - 12:50.

    ran out of our usual Tandoori Paste and whipped this up in less than half hour. We won't be buying Tandoori Paste again!!Smile

    made it again great recipe

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  • How long does the paste last. And do you store in...

    Submitted by Judhop on 24. March 2018 - 13:02.

    How long does the paste last. And do you store in fridge or freezer

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  • Hey I want to make this but we only have habenero...

    Submitted by Roselyn on 11. March 2018 - 15:47.

    Hey I want to make this but we only have habenero chilli bushes at the moment. Thinking maybe I will have to reduce the amount of chillis or which sort do you use? Can you use the dry chillis?

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  • Bella07, I usually use apple

    Submitted by LannyD on 5. September 2016 - 05:59.

    Bella07, I usually use apple cider vinegar in everything but I'm sure it would make little difference. Use whatever you have on hand. Hope you enjoy it! It packs  punch! 

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  • Hi, I'm planning on making

    Submitted by Bella07 on 5. September 2016 - 00:30.

    Hi, I'm planning on making this tomorrow. Can I ask what vinegar you would reccomend? TIA x

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  • Love this paste! I prefer it

    Submitted by rachelpctaylor on 15. October 2015 - 20:28.

    Love this paste! I prefer it a lot milder than my husband but it is so easy to vary the chillies. I use this as a base for butter chicken and it's great as a baste for fish too. 

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  • Glad you liked it thermomike!

    Submitted by LannyD on 20. June 2014 - 06:16.

    Glad you liked it thermomike! It keeps well in the fridge and you can also freeze it (If you haven't gobbled up the lot of course!) Thanks for rating too.

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  • Loved this recipe. It packed

    Submitted by thermomike on 19. June 2014 - 23:07.

    Loved this recipe. It packed a punch but thats how i like it. Thak you

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  • Oh yes! Perhaps I should have

    Submitted by LannyD on 9. April 2014 - 14:21.

    Oh yes! Perhaps I should have warned everyone it does have a KICK! It is much less of a shock when you pair it with yoghurt in the marinade ( see my Tandoori Marinade recipe). Thanks for posting comment. Much appreciated feedback.

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  • Very tasty, but extremely

    Submitted by gloriacicchini on 26. March 2014 - 14:46.

    Very tasty, but extremely HOT.  Maybe dilute or reduce chilli's if you prefer a milder heat.

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