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If you were having tikka marinated skewered chicken kebabs

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sparklefarts Sun 08-Apr-18 08:31:58

With mushrooms and peppers on said kebabs...what would you serve with them?

We have rice and pitta bread last week. But it was really 'meh'

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TeddyIsaHe Sun 08-Apr-18 08:33:17

A big bowl of cous-cous with lemon, mint, coriander and parsley all mixed in. Maybe finely diced tomato and onion too. Might have this for dinner now!

CrabappleBiscuit Sun 08-Apr-18 08:34:59

A raita, yoghurt mint chilli lime juice, is nice. And some chutney like mango. And a sharpish salad.

MsHomeSlice Sun 08-Apr-18 08:47:43

I'd stick with chapatis/flatbreads, and go with a more exciting salady/veg option

Sour cream, raita, pickly cucumber, mango chutney, lime and chilli dressing

I get a bit weird about mixing food cultures...couldn't find naans the other day in aldi and dh bought a garlic flat bread, but it made me feel all odd, so I raked in the cupboard and had poppadoms instead grin
I do love chicken and cous cous though, it just has to match better than tikka and cous cous

sparklefarts Sun 08-Apr-18 08:49:06

Thank you. Shall try a tangy salad, some raita and proper bread this time )options were limited Last week)

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noenergy Sun 08-Apr-18 09:17:04

Either naan bread or pilau rice. Then with mint chutney, raita and a lemony salad.

Not too bad with pita bread either if it's warmed up and softened a bit.

kateandme Sun 08-Apr-18 12:22:04

was your rice pilau,takes it to anew lovely taste level
a mint riata.
cucumber red onion.tomato.spoon of mint sauce salad
garlic naan.
carrot slaw.
a tabbouleh salad.
a orzo feta,tomato,mint,parsley salad.
some paprika wedges.
egg fried rice.
roasted red onion and sweet potatos.
garlic dip
potato salad

incywincybitofa Sun 08-Apr-18 12:32:06

I am with MsHomeSlice about mixing food cultures.
Anyway I would go with a fancier rice or plain wraps, Madhur Jaffrey has a nice mint and coriander chutney recipe that goes with lots of Indian dishes and a kachumber salad.
Maybe swap the rice for a dahl or saag aloo?

Icklepickle101 Mon 09-Apr-18 16:49:16

Flatbreads and some leaves. Might add that to next weeks meal plan!

FluffyWuffy100 Mon 09-Apr-18 20:50:25

Paratha / roti (buy frozen and just take a few mins to heat to lovely flaky yummy ness)

Extra tika sauce
Cucumber, tomato, onion, coriander and nigela seed salad

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