Chefs and foodservice suppliers are upping their game to stay ahead of the competition in the spice race, as Richard McComb reports
It has been dubbed the chicken tikka masala meltdown, with the quintessentially British dish coming under fire as representing everything unpalatable about Indian food. The creamy concoction has become a culinary whipping boy, condemned as symptomatic of a bland and unhealthy meat-based cuisine.
Difficulties sourcing skilled labour from India have added to the sector's woes.
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