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This pervasive dish follows its foundations to the times of the Mughals when calorie checking was a thing of things to come. This must-arrange dish when Indian families go out for supper is produced using lumps of chicken, marinated medium-term in a yogurt and flavor blend that incorporates ginger garlic glue and lime juice. It is then barbecued or seared. A ultra-rich sauce made with margarine, tomato puree, cumin, garam masala and new cream is then poured over. It's best had with Indian breads like rotis, naan or parathas. Try not to mistake it for chicken tikka masala, which is a story for one more day.