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1947 Roasted Chicken

 by Chef Abishek Sharma

Chef Abishek Sharma has successfully opened several well known restaurants in New York City over the years. His latest restaurants, Badshah & Madam Ji, deliver a modern Indian ingredient focused bites and a young, contemporary experience for the senses. 

INgredients

  • 3 skinless chicken breasts, cut into 2.5cm pieces

  •  1 ½ tsp. salt

  •  1 ½ tbsp. lemon juice

  •  3 tsp. ginger, peeled and grated 

  •  2 cloves garlic, crushed

  •  1 tsp. ground cumin 

  •  1 tsp. paprika 

  •  1 tsp. garam masala 

  •  3 tbsp. oil

  •  ½ tsp. cayenne

  •  5 tbsp. Greek yogurt

  •  4 oz 1947 Premium Lager

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, combine chicken pieces with lemon juice and salt. Rub in, cover and refrigerate for 20minutes. This step helps the meat to tenderize, resulting in juicier, chicken pieces.
     

  2.  In another bowl, combine ginger, garlic, cumin, paprika, garam masala, cayenne, 1947 Beer and yogurt. Add in chicken pieces and mix well. Refrigerate for  minimum 4 hours but ideally overnight.
     

  3.  To cook, preheat the grill to highest setting. Thread the meat onto wooden skewers and brush with oil.  Put the skewers on a shallow baking tray and grill

Makes 4 Servings

 

Chef ABISHEK SHARMA

NEW YORK CITY, NY

Follow:  @chefabishek

Visit Chef Abisheks's Restaurants:
Badshah

MadamJi

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Chef Abishek Sharma has successfully opened several well known restaurants in New York City over the years. His latest restaurants, Badshah & Madam Ji, deliver a modern Indian ingredient focused bites and a young, contemporary experience for the senses. 

Q:  What dish do you free truly reflects your personality, passion and style of cooking?

A:  Butter Chicken (we do it differently than others)

Q:  When did you know you wanted to become a chef?

A:   At a young age watching my dad, Lala Sharma, who is a very accomplished and well respected Chef. 

Q:  What is your favorite ingredient to cook with?

A:  Fenugreek (Kassori Methi)

Q:  How would you describe your style of cooking?

A:  Modern styling on traditional concepts

Q:  Why do you think 1947 Beer pairs so well with your dishes?

A: The spices and flavors of the food are highlighted and balanced with the beer. 

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