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Chicken Tikka Kebab Fakeaway Recipe

I really love kebabs! My favourite is a chicken tikka kebab that our local one does. They even serve it in a naan bread, and it's SO delicious. The downside is that they are certainly not the healthiest of meals.

Last night (03/01/19) our beloved Liverpool were playing a big match against Manchester City (we lost, don't want to talk about it). This would usually be the perfect excuse to get something naughty for tea and have a few drinks. But we are well into January and I am really making the effort this year.

I have even set up and am running a Sugar Pink January Challenge this year, where nearly 1000 people have signed up to take on the challenge of a healthier start to the year. 

Chicken Tikka Kebab Fakeaway Recipe

So I decided to come of with another Fakeaway, and this is the result. I was inspired by the Pinch of Nom method with the cocktail sticks. 

I served the meat with wholemeal pittas, salad and cheesy chips!

Chicken Tikka Kebab Fakeaway Recipe

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Chicken Tikka Kebab Fakeaway Recipe

Chicken Tikka Kebab Fakeaway Recipe

Chicken Tikka Kebab Fakeaway Recipe

Syn Free

Calories are for the chicken only

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You will need:

9 Chicken breast mini fillets, all skin removed
140g fat free natural yogurt
5 tbsp Tikka curry powder
Juice of 1 lime

Creamy Mint Raita-

4 tablespoons Fat free yogurt
1 tablespoon mint
3 slices of cucumber finely chopped
1 garlic clove finely chopped
Pinch of Salt & pepper

To Serve:

Wholemeal pittas


Mix the lime juice with the yogurt and tikka curry powder.  Pour the yogurt mix over the chicken and leave to marinate over night for best flavour, or at least a few hours.

Use a potato and cut the side of one of the long edges off, so it sits flat. Stick in 3 kebab sticks, in a triangle shape.

I cooked min in the slow cooker, so trimmed them down to make sure they weren't higher than the lid. You could also cook this in the oven (see notes).

I made one of the sticks a little longer, so I could lean it against the top of the slow cooker, so it slanted to the side. I moved half way through cooking.

Use the 3 kebab sticks to build up the kebab. Thread each marinated chicken mini fillet onto the skewers. Press down firmly to get the kebab shape.

Cook in the slow cooker for 4 hours on low.

Meanwhile, mix the raita ingredients together.

Remove from the slow cooker, and then slice down the side of the kebab to get your meat chunks.

Serve with wholemeal pittas, salad and chips.


To cook in the oven, stand upright and cook for 1 hour. Check food is fully cooked. 

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