Chettins are the native Indian cuisine of the Chittagong region of India, and are made with potatoes, green peas and tomatoes.
Indian chefs are known to mix the ingredients into traditional Indian dishes, like dosa and curries, as well as experimenting with exotic flavours such as ginger and garlic.
Chettins originated in the Tamil area of India and were adopted by the British.
The Indian cuisine has become very popular in the UK and is also being exported to many other countries.
There are many different Chettina recipes that are also popular in India.
One of the most popular recipes in the country is the Dosa Chettini, which is the traditional dish of the Tamil Nadu state of Tamil Nadu.
Some Chettinas use the same recipe for their curries.
India is also home to many exotic cuisins, such as the chicken, and the curried chicken.
Another popular Indian cuisine is Dosa Dumplings, which are made of rice flour, peas, vegetables and some spices.
Vegetarian Chettinos are also a popular dessert in India, which include potato pancakes, curries and curried sweets.
Many of the Indian restaurants also serve vegetarian versions of Indian dishes.
You can also find Indian restaurants serving authentic Indian food in Britain.
This article was originally published on BBC World Service and has been republished here with permission.