Anyone who has ever eaten in an Indian restaurant will most likely have tried chicken tikka masala. Indian cuisine is hard to come by in Indonesia, but I spent close to two years in Malaysia and that was the first time I had a crash course in Indian cuisine. I remember every dish sounded very alien, yet I had to try every single dish, in multiple occasions of course, I am not a glutton you know 🙂
Plenty of spices = bold flavor
The first thing that strikes me when I bought my very first Indian cook book decades ago was every single dish comes with a super long list of ingredients. Even to me who regularly cook Indonesian dishes, the list of spices and herbs involved to create any single Indian dish can feel intimidating. But if you want that signature bold flavor, you simply must persevere and gather all the necessary spices and herbs.
Simple cooking process
Once you manage to look pass the super dizzying list of ingredients and move on to the steps to actually cook the dish, it is actually pretty simple. In fact I would say the prep work took me far longer than the total time I need to spend in front of the stove to actually stir and cook. Great news right? So hop on to the recipe and I hope you will give this dish a try 🙂
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