Chicken Tikka Masala – You Suck at Cooking (episode 69)

Chicken Tikka Masala – You Suck at Cooking (episode 69)

From the creators of Stonehenge; Chicken Tikka Masala. Actually the roots are more complicated than that and Wikipedia explains it better than I can, on account of me not being a historian on this particular subject.
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The Recipe
I used two chicken breasts but you could easily do 3 for this recipe, maybe even 4 smaller ones.
The Marinade:
1/2 cup plain yogurt (full fat)
A teaspoon of garam masala, coriander, cumin, turmeric
Some salt
Wangjangle the yogurt and spices together then cube the chicken and slather it all together
Put it in the fridge from between an hour to overnight
For the sauce dice an onion and fry it in butter or coconut oil
Grate some ginger and garlic and add those in
Add the same spices as before, but slightly more, up to 1.5 teaspoons of each
Add in a large can of crushed tomatoes
Add in a cup of yogurt
Add in a teaspoon or so of brown sugar if it’s too acidic or you want it slightly sweeter
Add in a teaspoon of salt
Cook it on low while you broil the chicken
You can also do the chicken in the pan but it’s harder to get even
You also don’t have to cook the chicken until it’s blackened but that’s what people usually do…careful not to overcook it
Spread the chicken out on a pan and put your oven on broil and cook it until it just starts to get black
Throw it in the sauce for a few minutes until it’s cooked through
Serve on Basmati rice (or whatever rice you have)
Chop up some coriander and put it on top
Bob’s your uncle. In case you didn’t know.

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82 Responses

  1. You Suck At Cooking says:

    Tweet the Tikka: https://ctt.ec/at57e
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  2. Continual Improvement says:

    Chicken Tikka Paprika Seeya.

  3. JedDraws says:

    As someone who lives in the UK, your English accent sounded more like an Australian accent

  4. allan fulton says:

    Can you do a recipe for butter chicken for me. It’s my favourite Indian dish even though I realize it was invented in England.

    • E S says:

      Lord Murphy Of course you wouldn’t say sushi or pizza is English, because everyone knows sushi is from Australia and pizza is from Portugal.

    • allan fulton says:

      Noah Sutherland ok thanks

    • allan fulton says:

      Lord Murphy did you read my comment at all I was talking about butter chicken not chicken tikka

    • mijaco999 says:

      Lord Murphy you said that as though all that is meant to be common knowledge…….

    • julie martinez says:

      Lord Murphy I just found this channel. It’s clearly a joke. Probably cuz England stole everything from India, they stole the cuisine as well. And from the rest of the world, I’m assuming.
      Everyone knows where chicken makani and chicken tikka actually comes from.

  5. anxietydown says:

    That might be Australian at best.

  6. kylie says:

    since no one will see this id like to announce that I frequently stand in a large hole in my backyard, fill it with dirt, than put lettuce on my head and act like a carrot

  7. Lord Meme says:

    I don’t have chicken can I use England

  8. Master of None says:

    Why don’t you get the chopped onion in a can instead of cut in a half mate, it will save you so much time. Cheers

  9. Glowing Dude says:

    that is an Australian accent loool, i love it xD
    Edit:he kept bouncing between British and Australian accents, but mostly stayed at Australian accent

  10. smøl acc says:

    “wotor botdle”

  11. John Smith says:

    I’m British and I find just one problem with this video…
    We aren’t barbarians, we don’t use Fahrenheit. Other than that this is very accurate.

  12. entropy says:

    i didn’t realise that you were british

  13. MercuryPenny says:

    just noticed that the title says masala instead of marsala lmao

  14. Nicholas Bergmann says:

    travel ban

  15. VCG Construction says:

    Love your videos man!! You are hilarious and inspire me to make videos and make people laugh!! Keep up the great work!!

  16. Kristín Lilja says:

    Is no-one going to comment about the fact that this is episode 69?

  17. RUSTAGE says:

    holy shit how could you put the tea bag in after the water! you need to pour the water on to the tea bag

  18. ItzReesieCup says:

    So is there some stereotype that everything English people use comes from a can?

  19. Justin Young says:

    It would be amazing if you collated with *howtobasic*

  20. Tipsy River says:

    I feel like I you put too much work in these for me to feel comfortable liking the video without posting a comment to show that it is really a person over here who you made laugh his ass off and have a good time. So, here it goes:

    I laughed my ass, had a great time, and I’m happy that I’m not one of the people who haven’t come across your channel yet.

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