Kebab is the grilled meat of lamb which is cooked over flames in large or small cuts of meat. There are various types of varieties of kebab.
Tikka is a piece of meat which is made with the mixture of yogurt and aromatic species and cooked in a skewer.
|Definition (www.oxforddictionaries.com)||A dish of pieces of meat, fish, or vegetables roasted or grilled on a skewer or spit.||An Indian dish of small pieces of meat or vegetables marinated in a spice mixture|
|Synonyms||Street meat, greek dish, dishful, cabob, gyro||Curry, marinated Indian dish|
|Types||Its types are:
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|History||Kebab is a meat dish which originated in Persia and now is famous all over the world.||Glasgow ‘invented’ Tikka Masala. An MP has called for Glasgow to be officially recognised as the home of Britain’s favourite curry, the Chicken Tikka Masala. The dish is one of the most popular in the UK.|
|Word origin||The word kebab was originated from Late 17th century: from Arabic kabāb, partly via Urdu, Persian, and Turkish.||The word tikka was originated from Punjabi ṭikkā.|
|Cooking method||It is grilled and fried sometimes.||It is always stir fried.|
|Time||It takes less time to cook.||It takes more time to cook.|
|Served||They can be served chilled as well as hot.||They are served only hot.|
|Ingredients||Lamb is the most traditional ingredient used for kebabs.||Chicken and paneer are the traditional ingredients used for tikkas.|
|Seasonings||They have simple seasonings of salt, pepper and olive oil.||It is marinated with yogurt mixed with different spices and lemon.|
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