Masala - Tikka
"Tikka Masala" refers to both a popular dish and the spice blend used to season it, but they aren't originally from India. A child of the Raj, it was created in England by Bengali chefs to appeal to the British palate- and they seem to have been wildly successful. Tikka Masala is so ubiquitous in Britain there are some who would pit it against Yorkshire Pudding or Fish and Chips as the national dish.
Whip up a batch of our Tikka Masala Lamb Skewers to see what all the fuss is about.
Ginger Powder, Garlic Granules, Cumin Seed, Hungarian Paprika, Fenugreek Seed, Cardamom Seed, Guajillo Flake, Nutmeg, Indian Coriander, Tellicherry Black Peppercorn, Chinese Chile, Indonesian Cassia, Caraway Seed, Mace, Cloves, Brown Mustard Seed, Tumeric, India Red Chile Flake, and Turkish Bay Leaf