Chicken tikka masala is a popular Indian dish all around the world. Its roots go back 5000 years to the time of the Mughal dynasty and the invention of the tandoor clay oven. The bite size pieces called tikka, apparently the Emperor Babur didn’t like chicken bones, became one of the most popular dishes of the empire. Later another empire, the British, exported (stole) a few items such as the Kohinoor diamond and also developed a significant appreciation for chicken tikka masala. This is a simple recipe in which I used chicken breast cut into small pieces and 2% yogurt. Enjoy.