Mixed Grill Platter

AuthorSalmaCategory, DifficultyBeginner

Mixed grill, variety of meats, chicken niblets, mutton chops and boneless chicken pieces marinated and grilled. This is then served on a large tray with naga sauce and lemon wedges.

Yields6 Servings
Prep Time45 minsCook Time1 hr 10 minsTotal Time1 hr 55 mins

 1 kg Chicken niblets
 1 kg Mutton/Lamb Chops
 2 Medium Chicken Breasts
 3 tbsp Amina's Wonder Spice Tandoori marinade
 6 tbsp Amina's Wonder Spice Steak & Chops Marinade
 5 tbsp Amina's Wonder Spice Peri Peri Marinade

1

The marinades I have used for the recipes.

2

Clean the chops, wash properly, drain the water and place them in a clean bowl.

Clean the chicken niblets, wash properly, drain the water and place them in a clean bowl.

Clean the breast pieces, cut them in medium size cubes, wash them properly and drain them fully. Place the pieces in a clean bowl.

3

To the chicken niblets add the Peri Peri Marinade, about 5 Tablespoons, this can be adjusted to your taste.

To the Mutton Chops use Steak & Chops Marinade , about 6-7 Tablespoons, this can be adjusted to your taste.

To the breast pieces add the Tandoori Marinade, about 3 Tablespoons, this can be adjusted to your taste.

I would recommend you use lamb chops, it will cook faster and taste better too.

You can leave these to marinate overnight, cover the bowls with cling film and place in the fridge. Next day before baking them, leave it out and bring it down to room temperature before baking/grilling them, then the meat will cook evenly.

I let this marinate for 1-2 hours before grilling them. You can grill or bake the meat.

4

Place the chicken, chops and breast pieces on three different trays.

Heat the oven up, once the oven is hot place all the trays in.

If you bake them, then bake on gas mark 6, 200c on fan assisted oven.

The breast will take 20-30 minutes as a guide, turn them around half way during the cooking time.

The chicken niblets will take 40-50 minutes, or until the chicken looks done to you. Make sure turn the pieces over half way during the cooking time.

The mutton chops will take the longest time to cook, as a guide one hour or bit more, this also depends on the quality of the meat you're using. If you use lamb chops, then the cooking time will be reduced by about 15-20 minutes as a guide. Make sure to turn the pieces around, half way during the cooking time.

The chicken will cook quicker than the chops, take them out and keep covered once done, or you can put them in bit later.

5

Once done serve hot with your favourite dips.

Ingredients

 1 kg Chicken niblets
 1 kg Mutton/Lamb Chops
 2 Medium Chicken Breasts
 3 tbsp Amina's Wonder Spice Tandoori marinade
 6 tbsp Amina's Wonder Spice Steak & Chops Marinade
 5 tbsp Amina's Wonder Spice Peri Peri Marinade

Directions

1

The marinades I have used for the recipes.

2

Clean the chops, wash properly, drain the water and place them in a clean bowl.

Clean the chicken niblets, wash properly, drain the water and place them in a clean bowl.

Clean the breast pieces, cut them in medium size cubes, wash them properly and drain them fully. Place the pieces in a clean bowl.

3

To the chicken niblets add the Peri Peri Marinade, about 5 Tablespoons, this can be adjusted to your taste.

To the Mutton Chops use Steak & Chops Marinade , about 6-7 Tablespoons, this can be adjusted to your taste.

To the breast pieces add the Tandoori Marinade, about 3 Tablespoons, this can be adjusted to your taste.

I would recommend you use lamb chops, it will cook faster and taste better too.

You can leave these to marinate overnight, cover the bowls with cling film and place in the fridge. Next day before baking them, leave it out and bring it down to room temperature before baking/grilling them, then the meat will cook evenly.

I let this marinate for 1-2 hours before grilling them. You can grill or bake the meat.

4

Place the chicken, chops and breast pieces on three different trays.

Heat the oven up, once the oven is hot place all the trays in.

If you bake them, then bake on gas mark 6, 200c on fan assisted oven.

The breast will take 20-30 minutes as a guide, turn them around half way during the cooking time.

The chicken niblets will take 40-50 minutes, or until the chicken looks done to you. Make sure turn the pieces over half way during the cooking time.

The mutton chops will take the longest time to cook, as a guide one hour or bit more, this also depends on the quality of the meat you're using. If you use lamb chops, then the cooking time will be reduced by about 15-20 minutes as a guide. Make sure to turn the pieces around, half way during the cooking time.

The chicken will cook quicker than the chops, take them out and keep covered once done, or you can put them in bit later.

5

Once done serve hot with your favourite dips.

Mixed Grill Platter
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