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  • n. Plural form of tikka.


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  • British taste for mild curries but also for carnivorous cravings such as tikkas, kebabs and tandoori items.

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  • On the working side, everyone's got their own business in India whether it's selling chole baturas or aloo tikkas on the side of the road or something else.

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  • Loved the mango dressing for the tikkas in the prev post

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  • I was to send my paneer tikkas to the MM you hosted but could not due to disrupted internet connections.

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  • My MIL makes tikkas from mashed arbi and those are great.

    Ajwaini Arbi ke Tikkey (Colocassia with carom seeds)

  • Differentform of bindis is tikkas or itlaks worn by men and women alike.


  • WARSAW - There may be an economic slump in Poland, but the growing popularity of Indian food has set off an Indian restaurant boom in the Polish capital and other cities with samosas, chicken tikkas, biryani and what is known as mango lassi hooking Poles, many of whom have begun cooking Indian dishes in their homes.

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  • Next Necklaces caressing the edges of the choli necklines with a centre giant pearl drops, impressive maang tikkas, high-collar chokers edged with emerald drops, giant flat shoulder neck pieces and thick gold

  • September 8th, 2009 LONDON - Steaming hot biryani, mouth watering tikkas and kebabs, delicious south Indian dosa, laced Kerala appam and stew are now part of the British palate through the thousands of Indian curry houses that are doing roaring business in Britain.

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  • The fair also had sumptuous and mouth-watering cuisine of Pakistan, and the hardest to resist were the kababs, tikkas and haleem provided by the famous 'Warsi Food' of Karachi. News Feed


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