Chicken Tikka Kabab

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Chicken Tikka Kabab Murg Kebab

Chicken Tikka Kabab – aromatic succulent pieces of grilled chicken that melts in your mouth. Delicious and juicy Chicken tikka kebab is made by marinating boneless chicken pieces in yogurt and spices. It is a great starter or appetizer for lunch or dinner.

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Chicken Malai Kabab

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Chicken Malai Kabab

Chicken Malai Kabab, tender succulent pieces of chicken that melts in your mouth. This delicious, mildly spiced kabab is Creamy Chicken Tikka Kabab that is made by marinating chicken with malai (cream), thick yoghurt and spices.

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Paneer Tikka Masala

Posted in INDIAN, NORTH INDIAN, VEGAN

Paneer Tikka Masala

Paneer Tikka Masala is, paneer tikka cooked in a flavourful silky sauce with cream, tomato and red peppers. This super tender and delicious paneer (cottage cheese) is roasted and served with a gravy or sauce that has deep and rich flavours.

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Mustard Fish Curry

Posted in FISH, INDIAN, NON-VEG, NORTH INDIAN

Mustard Fish Curry

Mustard Fish Curry is robust and delicately sour with tomato, raw mango and spices.  This is mildly spicy, little pungent and cooked in mustard paste. The fish is really tender and soft having absorbed the wonderful flavours of the gravy and is best served with steamed rice.

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Chicken Tikka Masala

Posted in INDIAN, NON-VEG, NORTH INDIAN

Chicken Tikka Masala

Chicken Tikka Masala is, chicken tikka cooked in a flavourful silky sauce with cream, tomato and red peppers. This super tender and delicious Chicken tikka is grilled or roasted and served with a gravy or sauce that has deep and rich flavours.

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Mixed Lentil Curry

Posted in INDIAN, NORTH INDIAN, VEGAN

Mixed Lentil Curry

Mixed Lentil Curry (Dal) with five spice seasoning (panch phoron). This dal is made with a variety of lentils and beans and seasoned with five-spices to give a more interesting flavour. Dal is a staple dish in Indian meals and, for most Indian vegetarians, a frequent source of protein.

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