Chicken Tikka is awesome - lunch, snack or main meal it s spices and chicken in harmony
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A firm favourite within British Cuisine for sure Wonderful chicken chunks, soaked in tikka seasoning is for us comfort food
Use in a curry, or kebab or just a good old sandwich - each bite will be tikka heaven, slightly hotter than standard chicken tikka, but still low heat
Marinate Chicken for at least 2 hours - ideally 2 days, use ½ Lemon Juice and 1 Tablespoon or 15g of seasoning approx. per chicken breast for superb marination
Ingredients : Garam Masala, Beetroot Powder, Cumin, Turmeric, Cayenne, Smoked Paprika, Garlic Granules, Coriander - NO SALT-SUGAR-Artificial Colour!
Packed in a Unit that Handles - MUSTARD - SESAME - CELERY
Nutritional Info Per 100g
Calories 315 Cal
Total Fat 10 Grams
Saturated Fat 11 Grams
Polyunsaturated 17 Mg
Monounsaturated 32 Mg
Trans Fat 2155 Mg
Sodium 598 Mg
Potassium 1386 Mg
Total Carb 58 Grams
Dietary Fibre 24 Grams
Sugar 18 Grams
Protein 13 Grams
This is a great time saver, mixed with chicken or fish then mixed yoghurt and left for a few hours it makes perfect tikka.
Just add yoghurt to this seasoning, mix with chicken and refrigerate overnight. Put on baking paper split into individual pieces and cook at 250 centigrade in a preheated oven for ten minutes. Add to curry if desired just to reheat for one minute only.
By far the best power I have ever purchased.
Superb spice my customers love it
We had this on chicken thighs on the BBQ, using it as a paste with some olive oil and I thought it was too harsh like that. I think using it in a marinade with yogurt or into a curry sauce would be better. The taste is proper tikka flavour though - IMHO ;-)
Use this every week,best on the market.
Like everything else I buy from Spices on the Web this is fabulous. Truly this is the one seasoning I tend to go through like water through my fingers. I use it with either cream, yoghurt or, when I have neither, mayo. Marinade either with real chicken or fake (veg) chicken it goes down a treat in naans with pomegranates and salad or pittas with slaw or, often, with a masala curry. I swear by this seasoning. It is my go to whether using as a lavish meal or a quick supper. Fabulous!
Honestly, it's packed with flavour. I mix it with Greek yoghurt and marinade chicken pieces in it, for hubby and son, Tofu for my vegan daughter and fake chicken for me (vegetarian), the longer I leave it the more it flavours, and serve in pitta's or with rice. It's that easy. I also use cream (which I think is the original way of cooking it?) or mayo if I'm out of both. We haven't bought takeaway tikka since I began buying this particular seasoning. That's how spoilt we are with this fab powder.
Excellent, great quality and rapid delivery
Excellent, speedy service and always quality.