ASIAN BBQ Chicken





Asian Barbeque chicken consists of chicken parts of an entire chicken that are barbequed or grilled. Barbeque chicken is often coated in a spice rub, barbeque sauce or both. In Asia Barbeque chicken is sometimes cubed and marinated. The word Barbeque comes from the language of the Caribbean Indian tribe called the Taino. Their word for grilling on a raised wooden grate is Baracoa .Since the popularity has spread like wildfire. Christopher Columbus had developed a unique method for cooking meat over a lump of indirect meat.
 The Asian BBQ chicken is a very healthy and delicious recipes especially for a summer evening. Asian Food attributes are referred as to the product features in a distinctive and specific food Attributes  regarding differentiated marketing Strategies from other foods, involving various food attributes such as taste, healthiness ,social status and cost. The BBQ chicken is one of the delicious recipes including tasty, edible quality, fresh, digestible, healthy, attractive, light,
Spicy, exotic, traditional, colorful, aromatic, unique,
Inexpensive.
Ingredients-
·     4 large chicken pieces (take a chicken and make it four equal pieces)
·     1 Tablespoon ginger paste
·     1 Tablespoon garlic paste
·     1 Tablespoon red chili powder (or as you required)
·     1 Tablespoon turmeric powder
·     Salt to taste
·     3 Tablespoon lemon juice
·     50 mg of yogurt
·     1 Tablespoon mix spices powder
·     1 Tablespoon nutmeg and mace powder
·     50 gm saffron (optional)
·     1 Tablespoon soya sauce
·     Sesame oil  (as per requirement)

Method-
In a bowl, mix all the spices with yogurt
Make angular cuts on each piece so that spices can absorb in it.
Marinate chicken pieces in the mixture and leave the marinated chicken pieces for 1 hour so that all spices are absorbed in the chicken.
Put the chicken pieces in the baking tray and bake them at 180oC for 25-30 mints or until turn into a light brown color. Asian BBQ chicken smell and taste become more wonderfull.






Nutritional values                                                                Daily values
Amount per 100 gram
Calories -226
Total fat -15g                                                                            23%
Saturated fat 3.9g                                                                   19%
Polyunsaturated fat-6g            
Monounsaturated fat-6g
Trans fat   0.1 g
Cholesterol 127mg                                                                  42%
Sodium    335mg                                                                      13%
Potassium 255 mg                                                                    7%
Total carbohydrate 0.1g                                                           0%
Dietary fibre 0 g                                                                        0%
Sugar 0.1                                               
Protein 23 g
Vitamin A                                                                          1%  
Vitamin C                                                                                   0%                              
Iron                                                                                             5%
Vitamin B-6                                                                              10% 
Magnesium                                                                               5% 



Percent daily values are based on 2,000 calorie diet .your Daily values may be higher or lower depending on your Calorie needs.
Declaration of Allergens-
The first and most basic is an allergen Statement, which is simply meant to alert diners of the presence of allergens in the kitchen.
Allergen rules
Allergenic ingredients must be indicated in the list of ingredients with clear reference to the name of the substance or product very small amount of some Allergens, such as nuts, can cause adverse reactions in people with Food Allergies, including some fatal disease therefore, it is important that food products must be labeled and attach to industry guidelines.
All Allergic reaction can be produced by a tiny amount of a food ingredient that a person is sensitive to for an example(one teaspoon of nut mace powder or just one or two sesame seed).there is no cure for food Allergy .this can be achieved by checking ingredients on labels of non-Repacked food. Such as
Soya
Soya comes in different forms, for example, tofu, soya flour, lecithin E322 and textured soya protein. It is found in many foods including sauces, meat products, and vegetarian products.
Garlic-
Garlic or onion may be required to obtain allergic reactions in sensitized individual, therefore, the probable risk of allergic reactions being evoked after the consumption of garlic used as an undeclared spice.


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