Tandoori Garlic Bread Recipe | By Heena Shah

Tandoori garlic bread

I stumbled upon the idea of Tandoori Garlic Bread Recipe by chance. I have always been a big fan of the Dominos garlic bread. During these tough lockdown times, I got thinking about how I can recreate something similar at home but in a healthy format.

After my mum perfected the healthy pizza bread, we decided to take it up another level to garlic bread. The garlic bread turned out to be out of the world and I really wanted to fuse it to another of my favourite delicacy. The Tandoori Masala from Ashok Masala had been lying in my fridge since eons because I had always used it to make non vegetarian food back in Japan. I never knew how to use it with vegetarian food, well, until now. I got thinking of Tandoori momos and decided to put the classic masala to use in a fusion food.

This Tandoori Garlic Bread recipe is my original and I realized there was just no way to go wrong with this one. The best part about this Tandoori Garlic Bread Recipe is that there is no use of oil, baking soda, baking powder, yeast, maida / white flour and preservative contained ingredient. I tried my best to reduced the use of packaged products and its almost healthy. You wont even need a Tandoor but just my favourite Tandoori Masala from Ashok Masala.

Long story short, the home made bread is is stuffed with garlic and cooked tandoori masala in almost no actual cooking time at all. Just made sure to start three-four hours earlier and try to keep yourself from tasting the masala. Its apt for a newbie to any pro and promises to get taste buds wanting for more. Go, go, go, check this out right away!

Tandoori Garlic Bread Recipe

Ingredients

  • Whole wheat flour
  • Yoghurt / Curd
  • Ghee
  • Tandoori Masala from Ashok Masala
  • Turmeric Powder
  • Kasturi Methi
  • Coriander powder
  • Salt
  • White butter
  • Garlic
  • Coriander
  • Pepper

The ‘Bread’

  • Mix whole wheat flour and curd. Keep for a few hours.
  • Flatten some of the dough into a 5mm thick circle, and then another.
  • Put ghee and flour on the centre part of one circle.
  • Put the other on top and crimp it from the sides.
  • After preheating oven stop 180 deg for 10 mins, put the to be garlic bread in a pan on the centre rack for another 15 mins.
  • Take out the the to be garlic bread from the oven.

The Marinate

  • Make the marinate of dahi, Tandoori masala from Ashok masala, turmeric powder, kasturi methi, coriander powder and some salt.
  • Pour the marinate in a cast iron pan, add lots of ghee and slow cook until it starts releasing the ghee.

Tandoori Garlic Bread

  • Cut this bread into half and you will notice pockets.
  • Stuff these pockets with the cooked marinate, home made white butter, chopped coriander and raw pieces of finely chopped garlic.
  • Top it with the remaining ‘red’ coloured ghee of the cooked marinate and garnish with coriander.
  • Cut this Tandoori Garlic Bread further as desired.

Labneh

  • Strain the water from the yoghurt and turn it into hung yoghurt.
  • Top this hung yoghurt with salt, pepper, coriander and ghee.
  • Let it marinate for a few hours in the fridge and your dip is ready.

Ashok Masala Stores

A special shout out to these guys for their amazing home made super fresh masalas and taking a special place in my kitchen! Do get in touch with them directly to place your orders! PS: This isn’t sponsored.

Dip deep into this joy.

After eating three of these to perfect the Tandoori Garlic Bread Recipe, I woke up next morning craving for more. This one was definitely a hit on my taste buds (pun intended) and I think it would be too at your next home party! Ghee, white butter and whole wheat flour are known to be healthy. It can be perfectly served with a Labneh dip. So when you’re craving for a snack next time, won’t you be on this delicious quick bake spree?

Do leave comments with your thoughts, about your trials and your suggestions. Follow me on @explorer.heena . I am super stoked to hear from you all and keep watching out for more taste catchy recipes!

I am a Mechanical Engineer, explorer, photographer, gourmand and all those things. I enjoy working out, practicing aerial yoga, writing postcards and taking care of my plants.

3 Comments

  1. Srishti
    September 14, 2020

    Amazing !! Will try it soon 😋

    Reply
  2. Dr Haresh Shah
    September 15, 2020

    superb

    Reply
  3. Jabal Shah
    September 15, 2020

    Can we have video recipe to accompany this, it looks yummy… wanna make it asap

    Reply

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