Mutton Korma is a delicious Indian gravy made with mutton/lamb and cooked in an assortment […]
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.
Rogan Josh is a popular mutton/lamb dish from the Kashmiri cuisine and made during the […]
A popular and one of the easiest fish recipes from the coastal regions of India, […]
A delicious and easy to make appetizer / starter, these Fried Masala Prawns are perfect […]
Egg Bhurji is a very popular breakfast dish across India. Also known as Indian scrambled […]
A simple and delicious dish, the Coconut, Potato and Egg Curry is a great side […]
A simple and easy to make homemade crab pepper soup. Ingredients: Crab – 1, big […]
Cutlets are an easy to make, anytime dish. There are numerous variations of cutlets all […]
A popular dish from the Singaporean cuisine, the Black Pepper Crabs is very popular in […]
Aloo ke Dulme or Stuffed Lamb and Potato Curry is a popular dish from the […]
A classic breakfast (or evening snack) dish, this cheese omelet is simple to make. It […]
A simple and delicious Mughlai style minced meat with broad beans that can be served […]
Chironji ka Dalcha (Chironji Lamb Meat Curry) is a popular Hyderabadi dish. Originally made with […]
A delicious kofta curry with minced prawns. Serve with rice, pulao or roti. Ingredients:For the […]
An authentic recipe from Hyderabad, this is a popular and easy to make dish from […]
A dish from the Mughlai cuisine where minced meatballs are made from a mixture of […]
Prawns marinated, seasoned in spices and deep fried until golden brown. An ideal starter or […]
Boneless fish pieces marinated in a mixture of vinegar, ginger garlic paste and fried until […]
Nargisi Kofta Curry is a delicious, simple and easy to make dish with eggs stuffed […]
Hyderabadi Mutton Biryani
A simple and easy to make lunch box recipe for school or office. Healthy and […]
A classic salad, this Chicken Macaroni Salad is perfect as an appetizer, starter or even […]
Chicken Fried Rice
Chicken Kal Dosa is a popular dosa variety for those who love non-vegetarian food. Dosa […]
Mutton Brain Masala is a popular South Indian delicacy. Ingredients: Goat Brain – 4 Shallots […]
A traditional, tangy and easy to make sambar with eral (prawns) is not only mouthwatering, […]