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An Indian fried cake of spiced meat or mashed potato:‘an alu tikia’
- ‘So he's not exaggerating when he says his tikias are famous around the world.’
- ‘Do not forget to try out the yummy chaat, tikia and kulfi of Varanasi.’
- ‘We always managed to send someone for tikias and paratas from kidderpur, which were fantastic to eat hot, along with our packed lunch.’
- ‘It's time when most of us blow health worries to the wind and hog phuchkas, alu kablis, alu tikias bhelpuris and chops.’
From Hindi ṭikiā.
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