Tikka (Urdu: تکہ) (Bengali: টিক্কা), (pronounced [ʈɪkkaː]) is a type of food from the Indian subcontinent, found predominantly in Punjabi cuisine, and usually served as an appetizer. It is also known as teeka or teekka. "Tikka" refers to a piece of meat, such as a cutlet. The popular dish chicken tikka is made of chicken cutlets in a marinade. Vegetarian varieties are also popular. A westernized version, chicken tikka masala, a curry, is a widely popular dish in the United Kingdom.
Use as a rub or a little in rice, add a little water to blend - spread on chicken, steak or fish - let sit an hour - than cook.
Ingredients: Chile, Cumin, Coriander, Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Ginger, Sesame, Mustard and tree nuts.