Nice and spicy: Chicken tikka masala in five minutes flat
Embrace this new way of speedy cooking and you won't look back
We all know by now that chicken tikka masala is far more of a British classic than a pillar of Indian cuisine. But it's no wonder it is so popular given the timeless combination of mild spices, chunks of succulent roasted chicken and creamy red sauce. A real winter winner.
The star dish has been popular throughout the UK for over 50 years now. But it's thought to have been dreamed by Ali Ahmed Aslam in 1971 from the kitchen of his own Glasgow curry house Shish Mahal, a restaurant which is a solid Scottish institution today.
Indian food is a whopping £4.5billion industry, accounting for two-thirds of all eating out. But what if you could recreate this curry house favourite at home and in record time? First you need Tefal's Cook4Me+ — a one pot digital multicooker — that will help you become a whizz in the kitchen even when facing the classics. For those nights when you want to cook something delicious, but easy, and quick, Cook4Me+ has a digital screen that guides you step by step through recipes, and has 100 ideas already built in. For your curry? Just add naan and a pint.