Welcome to the world of Grilled Tandoori Fruit!
If you want to add a unique twist to your summer barbecue or dessert menu, you’re in for a treat. Get ready to experience the magical fusion of sweet pineapple and juicy mango with the fiery flavors of Tandoori sauce.
It’s a mouthwatering combination that will have your taste buds dancing in delight. So, grab your apron, and let’s dive into this easy and flavorful recipe.
What is Grilled Tandoori Fruit?
Grilled Tandoori Fruit is a delectable Indian dish that involves grilling pineapple and mango slices after marinating them in a flavorful Tandoori sauce.
When grilled, the fruits develop a delightful smoky char and caramelization while retaining their juicy texture. The result is a dish that combines the natural sweetness of the fruits with the bold and aromatic profile of the Tandoori sauce.
The unique blend of flavors, the vibrant colors, and the grill marks on the fruits make Grilled Tandoori Fruit a visually appealing and mouthwatering treat. It can be enjoyed as a standalone snack, served as a dessert, or even incorporated into other dishes for a burst of flavor.
Grilled Tandoori Fruit: A Vegan-Friendly Delight
For those following a vegetarian lifestyle, Grilled Tandoori Fruit is a delightful choice that caters to your dietary preferences. All the ingredients used in this recipe, including the Tandoori sauce, are plant-based, ensuring a vegan-friendly outcome.
The Perfect Marinade for Grilled Tandoori Fruit
Now, let’s talk about the star of our show: the Tandoori marinade. Packed with a medley of spices like cumin, coriander, paprika, and ginger, it’s the secret to infusing your fruits with irresistible flavor.
We love using our Tandoori sauce because it perfectly balances tanginess and spice. Just a quick dip in this marinade and your pineapple and mango slices will be transformed into grilled perfection.
Creative Serving Ideas for Grilled Tandoori Fruit
While the basic recipe for Grilled Tandoori Fruit is undeniably delicious, don’t be afraid to experiment and add your touch to this unique dish. Here are some exciting variations you can try:
Tandoori Fruit Skewers
Embrace tandoori cooking by using skewers!
Thread the marinated pineapple and mango slices onto skewers, alternating them with other fruits like kiwi, strawberry, or banana. This not only adds variety but also makes for a visually stunning presentation.
Spicy Tandoori Fruit Salsa
Chop the grilled fruits into small pieces and mix them with diced red onions, jalapenos, cilantro, lime juice, and a pinch of salt. This zesty salsa can be enjoyed with tortilla chips or a topping for grilled tofu or veggie burgers.
Tandoori Fruit Parfait
Layer grilled fruit slices with coconut yogurt and granola in a glass for a refreshing and healthy dessert. The creamy yogurt complements the smoky sweetness of the fruits, while the crunchy granola adds a delightful texture.
Tandoori Fruit Salad
Combine grilled fruit slices with fresh greens, such as baby spinach or mixed lettuce, and toss them with a citrusy dressing. Add toasted almonds or crumbled vegan feta cheese for an extra flavor boost.
Tandoori Fruit Pizza
Spread a thin layer of Tandoori sauce on pizza dough and top it with grilled fruit slices, red onion, and vegan cheese. Bake until the cheese melts and the crust turns golden brown for a unique and savory twist on traditional pizza.
With these creative variations, you can take your Grilled Tandoori Fruit to new heights and impress your guests with an explosion of flavors and textures.
Explore Flavors like Grilled Tandoori Fruit
For other summer-themed dishes, we recommend our hot dogs and Sukhi’s chutney. For other seasonal dishes, try out Spring Vegetable Pulao. Indian food is endlessly customizable, meaning there’s room for plant-based dishes. A few of our favorites include:
We hope you continue to expand your palate and culinary schools. A little time in the kitchen every week is certain to improve your skills. So fire up the grill, embrace your creativity, and bask in the magic of Indian food.
Grilled Tandoori Fruit
- ½ Pineapple sliced in half circles
- 1 Mango
- 1 Package Sukhi's Tandoori Sauce
- Heat the grill
- While heating the grill, mix pineapple and mango slices in a bowl with Sukhi’s Tandoori marinade. Let sit for 5 minutes.
- When the grill is ready, lay slices of pineapple and mango flat and cook on both sides for about 3-5 minutes until light grill marks appear.
- Serve warm.