Hot Fries chicken over rice (NY halal-cart style)
Halal BBQ Pitmasters Blog
by Zahid Ahmad
9M ago
Hot Fries Chicken Over Rice. We adapted a classic New York style halal-cart food, kicking up the flavors with our Hot Fries Rub.  (The below recipe is modified from Serious Eats) Ingredients Hot Fries Chicken - grilled and chopped. See recipe here. We recommend cooking the chicken tandoor-style in a Kamado grill.   For the rice: 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, plus an extra 2 tablespoons to mix into rice after cooking (optional) 1 teaspoon Hot Fries Rub 1.5 cups long-grain or Basmati rice 3 cups chicken or vegetable broth 0.5 teaspoon table salt (or more ..read more
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Cherry-BBQ Glazed Chicken Mandi
Halal BBQ Pitmasters Blog
by Zahid Ahmad
1y ago
    Adding a glaze to your grilled/BBQ (or even oven-cooked) chicken creates a whole new layer of flavor. Impress your taste buds (and your family/guests) with the below recipe. Credit @thefullmontes_grilled (follow him on Instagram) for teaching us.  Ingredients: Chicken Chicken - below recipe is portioned for for 1 whole chicken. The same ingredients can be used for chickens halves, chicken quarters, breast, wings, etc. Canola oil (or any neutral oil). We use the spray oil. Mandi rub Cherry-BBQ Glaze: 1/2 cup of your favorite BBQ sauce (we like Stubbs Original or if worrie ..read more
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Pressure-cooker Lamb Shank Mandi
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by Zahid Ahmad
1y ago
  Ingredients: 4 lbs rice 4 to 5 Lamb Shanks 1.5 tablespoons garlic/ginger paste 1 lb onions 1 lb tomatoes 1 tablespoon Mandi rub Cilantro bunch 5 green chilli peppers 1 teaspoon Kashmiri red chilli 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder 1.5-2 L water A little butter (for searing lamb shanks) Salt to taste Cashews for garnish Directions: Wash then soak rice for an hour Marinate lamb shanks in garlic-ginger paste and set aside Slice onions finely and put in a pressure cooker with some oil and cook for 5 mins Cut tomatoes finely and add to pressure cooker Add 1 tablespoon of Mandi rub Add cilantr ..read more
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Texas Tandoori chicken over rice (halal-cart street-food style)
Halal BBQ Pitmasters Blog
by Zahid Ahmad
1y ago
Texas Tandoori Chicken Over Rice. We adapted a classic New York style halal-cart food, kicking up the flavors with our Texas Tandoori Rub and our Hot Fries Rub.  (The below recipe is modified from Serious Eats) Ingredients Texas Tandoori Chicken - grilled and chopped. See recipe here. We recommend cooking the chicken tandoor-style in a Kamado grill. For the rice: 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 1 teaspoon Hot Fries Rub 1.5 cups long-grain or Basmati rice 2.5 cups chicken or vegetable broth 0.5 teaspoon table salt (or more to taste) 0.5 teaspoon ground black pepper For the white s ..read more
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Sundanese Aromatic Liwet Rice
Halal BBQ Pitmasters Blog
by Zahid Ahmad
1y ago
Editor’s note: this recipe comes directly from Indonesia from halal pit master Yofa Yuandira Saefullah. Sundanese cuisine comes from the the Sundanese people of West Java, Indonesia. It is one of the most popular foods in Indonesia – characterized by freshness. Nasi Liwet KastrolIngredients: 1 liter of rice (about 4 cups) 1 Spring onion (Chopped) 1 Lemongrass (Crushed) 2 Bay leaves 1 Cayenne pepper 2 Shallot 2 Lime leaves 1 Habanero 1 Garlic 1/2 liter of coconut milk (about 2 cups) Salt (as your appetite) Little bit of oil (here i’m using coconut oil) Directions: Fi ..read more
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Hot Fries Salmon
Halal BBQ Pitmasters Blog
by Zahid Ahmad
1y ago
Hot Fries Rub adds incredible flavor to salmon. This recipe is easy, quick, and can be made in an oven, air fryer, toaster oven, or grill/smoker (with indirect heat).  Ingredients: Hot Fries Rub Salmon filets (skin-on) 1 tablespoon canola oil per salmon filet Optional garnish: chopped green onions and lime juice Directions: Wash the salmon filets under cold water and pat dry Coat the salmon with canola oil and liberally season with Hot Fries Rub. Let it sit for 15 minutes while oven preheats. Preheat oven (or air fryer, toaster oven, or grill/smoker) to 400 degrees F Cook the salmon ..read more
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Texas Tandoori Spatchcocked Chicken (External Video)
Halal BBQ Pitmasters Blog
by Zahid Ahmad
1y ago
Check out this excellent video that includes a spatchcocked chicken seasoned with out very own Texas Tandoori ..read more
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Halal Cajun/Creole Jambalaya!
Halal BBQ Pitmasters Blog
by Zahid Ahmad
1y ago
Being born and raised in New Orleans, I had a few opportunities to enjoy Jambalaya (only a “few” since nearly all recipes require pork products). More recently, I learned Jambalaya may have roots in Muslim history, being related to the Spanish dish paella. Paella originates from the 10th century when rice was first cultivated by Muslim settlers in Spain. Jambalaya likely originates as an attempt to make paella by Spanish settlers in Louisiana, and because saffron – a key ingredient in paella – was not available, tomatoes were used as a substitute (you’ll note my recipe is heavy in tomatoes ..read more
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Birthday Steak Cake (External Video)
Halal BBQ Pitmasters Blog
by Zahid Ahmad
1y ago
Check out this excellent video on making a "Steak Cake" with SPGc and Sumac Blac ..read more
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Texas Tandoori Whole Duck (External Video)
Halal BBQ Pitmasters Blog
by Zahid Ahmad
1y ago
Check out this excellent video on cooking an entire duck with Texas Tandoori ..read more
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