Chicken Tikka is a recipe originating from South Asia. It’s customarily little segments of boneless Chicken prepared using skewers in a clay stove known as an oven in the wake of marinating in flavors and yogurt. The word tikka signifies “bits” or “pieces”. It is likewise a Chicken dish served in Punjabi food. The Punjabi variation of the dish, however, is barbecued over scorching coals, and does not typically contain boneless pieces. The pieces are brushed with ghee at interims to expand its taste, even as being persistently fanned.
Chicken Malai Tikka is most regularly eaten with green coriander and tamarind chutney presented with onion rings and lemon.
As tender and delicate it sounds, this recipe is a cross between a customary tikka and malai boti. You can likewise say Chicken Malai Tikka is an enhanced version of Chicken Tikka!