Popular in many countries of the world, the Chicken Tikka is a delicious dish of boneless chicken, a native of India and Pakistan, but now spread to other nations. Traditionally it is prepared by marinating pieces of chicken with mixture of spices and yogurt, then the meat is then cooked on the skewers in a traditional clay oven called a tandoor, even if the punjabi version of the dish, however, is cooked over coals burning and not always the meat is boned. The pieces of meat, then, are sprinkled with ghee, a clarified butter, at small intervals in order to increase the flavor. It is usually eaten with green coriander chutney and tamarind, or used for the preparation of the Chicken tikka masala, a dish of curry. A common variation of this dish is the Chiken tikka sizzler, served in Afghan cuisine that is served along with sliced onions. Chicken tikka is looking similar to but less spicy version of the Indian.