Which passport does chicken tikka masala have?

Is Britain’s favourite dish, the chicken tikka masala an Indian dish with a British touch? Or a British concoction with Indian characteristics? Or a Bangladeshi production to help both Britons and Indians in Britain?

Read the full story: Does food have to have a nationality?


1 Comment »

  1. amreekandesi said

    Interesting question.

    I guess food is a great uniter with tremendous potential to bring people of different cultures together.

    Food for Nobel Peace prize!!

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