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Tandoori Raan

Tandoori Raan
Prep Time
4 Hours
Cook Time

50 Mins

Roast Leg of Lamb (Raan) is a prominent dish in Indian cuisine. Serve this delicious dish for any special occasion or at your Indian themed dinner.
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Source:  Lubna Azhar
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  • Leg of lamb 1
  • Ginger garlic paste 50 gms
  • Turmeric powder 7 gms
  • Red chilli powder 5 gms
  • Balsamic vinegar 30 ml
  • Mustard oil 75 ml
  • Black cardamom powder 3 gm
  • clove powder 2 gms
  • Lemon wedges 2
  • Salt to taste
  • Lemon juice 50 ml
  • Shahi zeera(cumin) 2 gms
  • Onions, sliced 75 gms
  • Spring mint leaves 4

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Cooking Directions

  1. Clean the lamb leg trim the extra fat, wash it under running water and pat dry with kithchen towel.

  2. Prick the lamb leg with fork.

  3. Season it with ginger-garlic paste, salt, lemon juice, turmeric and red chilli powder.

  4. Allow it to rest for an hour at warm place.

  5. Second marination of lamb leg should be done in black cardamom powder, clove powder, yogurt balsamic vinegar and mustard oil.

  6. Allow it to rest for three-four hours in a refrigerator.

  7. Heat mustard oil.

  8. Fry shahi zeera along with sliced onions till golden brown.

  9. Put marinated lamb leg in a pot and genlty pour in hot oil along with brown onion on the meat.

  10. Partially immerse the lamb leg in meat stock or water and allow it to cook gently on slow flame with covered lid.

  11. When the meat is 80 percent cooked remove the lid and cook on high flame so that excessive moisture gets evaporated.

  12. Allow it cool. Place the meat in a tandoor for a 10-12 minutes or preheated oven for 12-15 minutes.

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    on Mar 9 2010 1:43AM Report Abuse Guest
  2. sikek kababs

    on Mar 1 2010 2:23AM Report Abuse Guest
  3. Instead of cooking it 80% can we cook it 100% and avoid tandoor or oven.

    on Jan 19 2010 11:57AM Report Abuse Guest
  4. ery taste

    on Jan 8 2010 3:02AM Report Abuse Guest
  5. balsamic vinegar is so tasty i try to use it in every dish :)

    on Dec 31 2009 6:11PM Report Abuse Guest
  6. me too

    on Dec 18 2009 6:55AM Report Abuse KAUSAR42
  7. I like

    on Dec 15 2009 11:33AM Report Abuse Guest

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