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Can't help with that one I'm afraid, Olmo
Without seeking to put a damper on things (and having looked in the index of every Indian recipe book I own, with zero success), it might be worth pointing out that Google Translate identifies "Sab ka maza" as Hindi (), and translates it as "Fun of all", so it may be a pretty generic name for a dish that includes a wide range of ingredients ...
"Sab Ka MazaFairly hot, tandoori chicken off the bone, chicken tikka & lamb tikka cooked in deep fried onions & capsicums, green chillies, a touch of masala sauce & yoghurt, providing a very rich taste."
Cooked with chicken, meat, prawn, green chilli, spicy dish
Combination of tandoori cooked with garlic, ginger, tomatoes, onions, green chillies & hot spices
Fish cooked with garlic, ginger, onions, tomatoes green chillies and hot spices
Cooked with garlic, onions, tomatoes, green chilli and hot spices.
Sabka Maza is a