Honey Soy Chicken Wings is a classic appetizer from the Chinese cuisine. However if you are hard-pressed for time and need something quick and tasty, this is the dish that you can count on. Takes less than 30 minutes to make and is packed with flavour from the honey, soy […]
Non-Vegetarian dishes are popular in India and different Indian cuisines have different methods to cook and serve them. Apart from meat gravies, fries and other types of appetizers, meat pickles are also made in some parts of India.
Fish, chicken and other poultry products, goat mutton, lamb mutton, duck, pork, and seafood are among the most common non-vegetarian items of India. Beef is also eaten in some parts of India but the percentage of beef consumption is quite less if we compare it with other forms of meats mentioned above.
Biryani is one of the most relished and popular non-vegetarian dishes in India and it can be made with eggs, mutton, chicken or any other type of meat. The perfect combination of aromatic rice, spicy flavors and rich taste of meat make it a favorite recipe of the entire nation.
Seafood such as crabs, oysters, lobsters, prawns, shrimps, etc. are a part of the coastal cuisines of India where they are available in abundance. Steamed mussels, crab gravy, mussel curry, grilled oysters, etc. are the most preferred dishes among the seafood lovers.
Kebabs, kheema, burgers, etc. made from chicken and mutton have become a part of the Indian food culture since centuries and you will easily find them on the menus of restaurants and hotels. However, homemade recipes are far better as you can control the hygiene and nutritional aspect by yourself.
Here, we are presenting the recipes of all types of meat, poultry, and seafood which will enable you to cook delicious treats for your loved ones and family. These recipes are not only mouthwatering but also provide you with proteins, zinc, iron, vitamins and many other nutrients which are ideal for the overall maintenance and growth of your body.
The spices used in the Indian non-vegetarian dishes make them special and unique from the non-vegetarian items of the western cuisines. We have also provided some western recipes here which you would like to try in your leisure time.
Chicken Fingers is a simple and delicious fried snack all over the world. They are a favorite for most kids and is a def. item on party menus. This Chinese variation uses the popular five-spice powder to spice up things a bit and is as tasty as the original. Serve […]
General Tso’s Chicken is a very popular Chinese sweet and spicy chicken dish. It is a supposedly named after the Chinese general named General Tso Tsung-tang from the Qing dynasty. Deep-fried chicken coated with a sweet and somewhat spicy sauce that is best served with a bowl/plate of steamed rice. […]
Chilli Prawns are a very popular Indo-Chinese appetizer / snack dish. Delicious and mouth-watering, these can be served as is or can be served with fried rice too. Ideal for those weekend parties or sunday brunch. Print Recipe 5 from 1 vote Chilli Prawns A popular Indo-Chinese appetizer dish and […]
Kung Pao Chicken is a classic dish in Sichuan cuisine. It is one of the most famous Szechuan dish where chicken is stir-fried in a spicy, sweet and savory sauce. Serve this as a main dish with rice or as part of a multi-course meal. Print Recipe 5 from 1 […]
Chicken Penne Arrabbiata is a classic Italian dish that is delicious and easy to make. Great for weekday lunch or dinner, it is a must have for any pasta lover. Tender chicken breasts and penne pasta cooked in a creamy and delicious tomato sauce. Print Recipe 0 from 0 votes […]
Bengali Chicken Stew
Kashmiri Mutton Yakhni is a lip-smacking yoghurt based dish made with paneer or with mutton cooked in a variety of spices and curd. Typically made during a festive celebration, the dish is very easy to prepare and can be made for lunch or dinner. Serve with plain rice, jeera rice […]
Fajitas are a perfect dinner meal for weeknights. Easy to cook with minimal ingredients, they can be made in a jiffy. A classic Mexican dish, these Chicken Fajitas with sauteed onions and capsicums make a hearty and mouthwatering meal. Print Recipe 0 from 0 votes Chicken Fajitas Fajitas are […]
The word Kofta is derived from the Persian verb “koftan” which means “to grind”, referring to the meatballs made from ground meat. Koftas are meatballs made with beef, chicken, lamb or pork. Its origin lies in the Middle East but it has been cooked in various ways in different parts […]