Ramadan 2024: 5 Tikka Dishes To Brighten Your Iftar Table
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As the holiest month of the year, Ramadan is revered by Muslims. According to legend, Prophet Mohammed had his first revelation of the holy Quran during the holy month of Ramadan, also known as Ramzan. Numerous Muslims observe roza fasts, in which they abstain from all water consumption for the whole month. They break their fast and have a big feast with their family after saying their prayers in the evening. This is a period when many traditional foods are consumed, and tikka is one of such delicacies. Here are five such tikka dishes that can you make for Iftar.

Hariyali Chicken Tikka

The vibrant green hue of Hariyali chicken tikka is complemented by the invigorating taste of several fresh ingredients, including green chillies, coriander, and mint leaves. It's also created using a blend of several lovely spices. It is undoubtedly something that one should attempt to create for Iftar because it tastes even better than its outside appearance. This recipe requires very little preparation and is ready in a matter of minutes.

Putta Tikka

Putta tikka is a traditional Peshawari mutton dish. For breaking a daylong fast, putta tikka is the ideal dish. Traditional spices including turmeric, red chilli, green chilli, coriander, and pepper powder are combined with some tangy yoghurt. The tikka tastes wholesome thanks to the combination of all the spices, making it the ideal Iftar dish. It goes well with a variety of Indian breads and chutneys.

Achari Paneer Tikka

The paneer pieces in this simple dish are coated in a special achari masala, which gives the cottage cheese cubes a deliciously distinct taste. Fennel, fenugreek, mustard, and cumin seeds are combined to make the masala, to which paneer cubes, yoghurt, ginger, and garlic are added. Grilled till browned and smokey, this dish will indulge you till last bite.

Reshmi Tikka

Reshmi Tikka, often referred to as Murgh Malai Tikka, is a wonderfully smooth and tender chicken tikka served on skewers. Tender slices of chicken breast marinated in a delicious marinade of yoghurt, almonds, heavy cream, and fragrant spices like nutmeg and green cardamom are used to make this juicy chicken tikka.

With their mild flavour, these mouthwatering murgh reshmi tikka are guaranteed to impress a crowd. Simmer on high heat until the food has a deliciously charred taste, then serve with rice pulao, chutney, and sliced onion as sides.

Achari Fish Tikka

This delicious North Indian dish is sure to tantalise your taste senses and leave you drooling. Enjoy the spicy and tangy tastes of this well-cooked fish with your favourite beverage. It is made using staple ingredients like yoghurt, pickled chiles, and fish fillets. This is a great meal to break your fast at iftar.