Moin Bhai takes seven whole chickens, and grills them simultaneously on a open fire. How? With some clever rigging.
Have you ever imagined yourself making a grilled, crunchy, juicy chicken in the most natural way? Cooking is an art recognized by all the cultures, and cooking using open fire could look hard and challenging but might be worthwhile in the end. Moin Bhai takes not one, not two, but seven whole chickens, and grills them simultaneously on a open fire. How? With some clever rigging and passion to help those in need.
In fact, cooking chicken on an open fire can enhance its flavor, from the smoky fragrance to the spices and seasoning. Let’s take a look at Moin Bhai’s cooking process:
First, he cleans the chickens and prepares them to be stuffed. Then, he marinates and stuffs the chicken using a combination of the right spices, which can include garlic, cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, lemon, coriander, mint leafs as well as red and green chilli, and more.
The next step is preparing a masala powder with oil and red pepper for rubbing carefully over the chicken before putting it on the fire. Now that the chicken is all ready for grilling, Moin Bhai ties the back legs together using a trussing string and suspends the chickens over a fire. Try using a branch or overhang to suspend the chickens from.
While it cooks, he occasionally rotates the chickens with a stick and adds oil so it cooks perfectly. Afterwards, he cuts portions from each chicken, adding lemon juice before serving with tortillas to a group of children.
To learn more, visit Nawab’s Kitchen Food For All Orphans