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- Chicken tikka masala
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Use it for the biryani recipe on here too and it always works out a treat. I made it for 2.
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Used about 3 tbsp of ready made tikka masala paste. Blitzed up some extra chilli garlic and ginger and a little ground cumin. I have made it twice. First time followed advices in comments. Made half portion, used full portion of paste, used 1x passata instead of tomatoes in can. Came out very good.
Quite spivey. We eat spicier than that so was very good.
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Second time followed the recipe bit more. Used one passata and one can of tomatoes, added bit more paste - full Pataks jar. Came out lovely.
Takeaway favourite recipes
It's a tasty curry, a bit spicey. Definitely not bland nor very thin, even though I did add water. Don't see problem with the recipe. Will make again. Very good, tastes great however absolutely no need at all for two tins of chopped tomatoes. One tin is plenty!
Chicken tikka masala
Delicious - we didn't get to freeze portions because we kept eating it. I followed the recipe to the T and although there was a lot of liquid we loved mopping it up with rice and naan. More like this one please.
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This takeaway favourite is freezer-friendly and quick to reheat, giving you the chance to get ahead and save money. An easy to prepare vegetarian curry with a sweet twist. Make this easy sweet and sour chicken, everyone will love it. Angela Nilsen takes the British favourite and gives it a lighter, healthier, and modern twist. When you're in too much of a hurry to make a pizza base, simply substitute with naan bread.