Non Vegetarian Cuisine is very vast and spreads across the all regions in India. Each region have their specific taste and spices that go into making the non vegetarian food. From coastal regions of Karnataka, Maharashtra, Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, each one of the the cuisines and recipes have a special twist adding to the flavors by varying the spices and core ingredients.
Various kinds of meat, like chicken, mutton, pork, salami, fish, prawns and more are used in these cuisines and prepared in a variety of methods that have been passed on from generation to generation.
In this section you will find recipes from the classic chicken butter masala, tandoori chicken, chettinad chicken, pepper chicken, kerala fried fish and more.
Prawns Vindaloo is a popular Goan Dish which is made with a spicy vindaloo paste made up of red chillies, aromatic whole spices and vinegar. the sweetness of the prawns compliments the spiciness of the gravy.
Some Goans add potatoes as well in this gravy. We have not added it . You can add one potato as well to the recipe if you like.
Serve Prawns Vindaloo along with Steamed Rice, Moongachi Usali and Amlechi Uddamethi for a weekday lunch.
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Mughlai Style Chicken Changezi Recipe is one of the gems of Mughlai Cuisine,
This recipe of chicken is believed to be originated during the rule of 13th century warrior Genghis Khan. Apparently he was very particular about his food and didn’t like it too spicy. So the khansama as they were called presented him with a dish specially made according to his liking. And hence named after him. Luscious reddish/ orangish gravy, succulent chicken and creamy-ness all are so inviting.
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Chicken with Bamboo shoot recipe is an another Nagaland cuisine delicacy. This recipe doesn't need any oil, and the spiciness of green chilies and taste of Bamboo shoots makes it a unique recipe.
A simple nutritious and healthy recipe with goodness of chicken. It just take 30 to 40 minutes to be plated.
Serve Naga Style Chicken With Bamboo Shoot Recipe warm with hot steamed rice and Hmarcha Rawt for a simple weekend meal for your family.
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‘Mangsher Jhol’ and Sundays are synonymous in Bengali kitchen. I remember my childhood days when Sunday used to be dance classes in the morning, ‘Tekona Porota’ and ‘Aloo Chorchori’ for breakfast or ‘Luchi-Sada Aloor Chorchori’ for breakfast and Chicken Curry or Mutton Curry for lunch was a must. I still remember when Maa used to grind the masalas in ‘shil-nora’ (a traditional way of grinding spices with the help of a oblong stone piece on a large stone square piece). And the ...
Mutton Varattiyathu Recipe is a Malabar style Mutton Roast, marinated along with simple spices and stir fried to give it a lovely roasted flavour.
Coconut oil and curry leaves lend the South Indian notes to this lip smacking dish.
Serve this Indian Non-Vegetarian Dish as part of your weekend meals or put it on your dinner party menu.
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Kerala Egg Roast Masala Recipe is a delicious spicy preparation of the eggs in a delicious onion and tomato based gravy that is delicately cooked in coconut oil adding the authentic taste. The addition of sliced onions, along with chunks of garlic, green chillies and curry leaves make this dish stand out from the crowd of egg curries.
Serve the Kerala Egg Roast Masala / Curry along with Kerala Appam or along with steamed rice for lunch or dinner and is sure to be a hit among family ...
Parsi Salli Murgh is a spicy chicken curry that is typically served with potato straws as a garnish, hence the name, salli murgh.
The curry is a quintessential dish in Parsi community that has to be served on every special occasion. Parsi Salli Murgh itself is a rich and flavorful dish that needs no side dish to company and is enjoyed with either berry pulao or plain white steamed rice.
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Railway Mutton Curry was developed by the chefs of the Indian Railways during the British Raj keeping in mind the delicate palates of the British people. It was first introduced on the Frontier Mail (Golden Temple Mail) run by the Western Railway during pre-independence era. This milder version of the classic mutton curry was not too spicy yet an amazing fusion dish blending the taste of both Indian and English spices. The Railway Mutton Curry was served with rice, bread or dinner rolls.
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Kerala Varutharacha Curry is ground masala added to the curry. Mutton curry made from ground masala along with coconut is a spicy, delicious curry that goes perfectly with appam, idiyappam, and rice. It’s peppery, spicy and delicious. With added freshly grated coconut, the spice is balanced out.
Here are few more Kerala style curries that are must try
Kerala Style Konju Curry With Thengakothu Recipe (Kerala Style Prawn Curry)
Kerala Style Prawns & Shrimp Biryani (Chemmeen Biryani Recipe)
An authentic Kerala Style Chicken Curry, embraces the rustic style of chicken simmered in coconut milk and indian spices. While it have variations in the level of spices and ingredients used across regions, it never fails to find its way in weekend lunch menu. No wonder it turns to an absolute favourite for anyone who loves Kerala Cuisine.
Serve Kerala Chicken Curry along with Nei Choru or even Malabar Parotta for a delicous weekday lunch.
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Goan Style Empada De Camarao Recipe (Prawn Pie) is a very Portuguese influence on Goan Dish. The dish is made from a spicy flavored flaky pie pastry that is stuffed in with chopped prawns that is cooked in Recheado masala. This is one of the common masala used in most of the Goan cooking. The masala is fiery hot and has good blend of hot aromatic spices and Tamarind. The addition of onions and tomatoes to the dish adds in an extra touch to the whole pie.
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Posto Pabda is a very popular fish curry from Bengal, in which the fish named Pabda is cooked in poppy seeds paste making a thick curry. The fish here is cooked whole and the dish goes well with plain rice. The recipe here is adapted from my mother's diary and trust me, it tastes amazing.
For those who have tasted Aloo Posto, this fish curry has a similar curry taste with fish along as a bonus. The curry is cooked in Mustard oil that gives a super aroma and a rustic flavor to the dish. The consistency ...
Parsi Style Chicken Mahivalla Recipe is a delicious Parsi bake, with layers of chicken, nuts, almonds, and caramelised onions topped off with a rich cream.
This layered dish is baked in the oven, for the flavours to infuse and then served piping hot.
Perfect brunch recipe or dinner recipe for your family gatherings.
Serve Parsi Style Chicken Mahivalla as a standalone meal along with Lavender Lemonade Cooler Recipe for a simple Sunday brunch.
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Chettinad Mutton Chops Kuzhambu is a spicy and delicious mutton chops dish which has a twist of flavor packed Chettinad style curry. If you are a spice lover you should definitely try this recipe for your weekend dinners. Its a perfect dish to serve during the house parties and your family and friends will love it for sure.
Serve Chettinad Mutton Chops Kuzhambu with Steamed Rice, Dosa or Phulkas for weekend dinners.
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Kashmiri Kokur T Nadir is an authentic Chicken curry with lotus stem that belongs to Kashmiri Cuisine. It's a kind of yakhni that is made with chicken and nadru/lotus stem. Ideally enjoyed with rice and roti, this chicken curry is aromatic and full of Kashmiri flavours.
Serve Kashmiri Kokur T Nadir along with Kashmiri Dum Monji, Steamed Rice and Phulkas for a weekday meal with your family.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Kashmiri recipes such as
Kashmiri Kokur Yakhni Recipe
Have you ever tried out fish tandoori? Trust me, it is equally as delicious as chicken tandoori. Normally, tandoori is prepared in tandoor oven, but I normally prepare it in my convection oven. The fish choice is completely upto you. Same recipe can be used for fillets too. I normally use pompano or kingfish for this recipe.
Serve Fish Tandoori as an appetiser or as a side dish with Posto Chicken and Steamed Rice for your weekday dinner.
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Laal Maas is a very popular non-veg recipe in Rajasthan. It is a fiery meat curry which is made with the combination of Kashmiri red chillies and other popular spices of Rajasthan. It is made in many ways but the authentic one is made with the use of dry red chillies.
Serve Rajasthani Laal Maas with hot Phulkas, steamed rice or Baati. It is usually made during special occasions and festivals in Rajasthan.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Rajasthani recipes like
Pitor Ki Sabzi
Dum Pukht is a slow cooking technique where food is cooked in a sealed vessel. Dum means "to breathe" and Pukht means "to cook". Lucknowi Nawabs used this technique of cooking and the Lucknowi dum cooked recipes like their biryani is quite popular.
Dum Pukht Gosht is a mouthwatering mutton recipe where marinated mutton is cooked slowly in a sealed vessel. Different spices like black cardamom, green cardamom, pepper, cloves etc add a burst of flavour to the tender, falling of the bone mutton.
Crispy and Spicy Chilli Chicken Recipe is a wonderful twist to regular chilli chicken recipe. Made with Indian spices and a generous topping of fried onions and curry leaves
Chicken is marinated for long in a plethora of spices and then is deep fried and adorned with fried onions and curry leaves.
Serve Crispy and Spicy Chilli Chicken Recipe as a side dish with the main meal of steamed rice and Milagu Rasam (Village Style Pepper Rasam) Recipe for dinner with friends and family.
Mushroom Masala Cheese Omelette Recipe is a wholesome and high protein omelette that is packed with taste from mushrooms, green chillies and coriander. The addition of cheese adds to the creaminess and fluffiness.
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Anda Ghotala Recipe is a lip smacking dish made with eggs cooked three ways with prominent flavours of pav bhaji that is used to make it. They eggs added to the anda ghotala are scrambled eggs, boiled eggs and fried eggs.
Anda ghotala is a popular street food recipe in Surat and now is making its way to the street food in Mumbai and Pune. It is a high protein dish and is loved by people of all ages.
Anda Ghotala can be served on its own or along with some pav slathered with butter ...
When we love to cook, we often experiment different dishes in our kitchen. Egg is one such versatile food which can be paired with any vegetable and a delicious recipe can be prepared. Broccoli Egg Bhurji is one such recipe, which is a combination of scrambled eggs and broccoli. This recipe is perfect for the days when you are tired after a busy day and don’t want to eat outside.
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Egg Korma an easy recipe and it gives a twist to our normal egg curry with coconut milk, and spiced with garam masala, ginger garlic, cumin powder, coriander powder and more. Serve Egg Korma Recipe in lunch or dinner with Butter Naan Recipe or Methi Lachha Paratha Recipe and another side dish like Fansi Muthia Nu Shaak Recipe.
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Peerkangai Muttai Poriyal is an easy delicious poriyal prepared with peerkangai and egg. This is a great way to make your kids eat this veggie. Not only this, it is popular among us but also in China and Vietnam. It is referred as Luffa by Chinese. In Vietnam, Peerkangai is a common ingredient in soups and stir-fried dishes. They are quite lower in saturated fats as well as calories, hence, there is no limitation to your taste buds. Ridge gourd is recognised for conditioning defense mechanisms and ...