Mutton Varuval is a lip-smacking South Indian Chettinad recipe that is just delicious. Chukka, meaning ‘dry curry’ is a pan-roasted mutton dish made with tender goat meat. It’s cooked with caramelised onions, spices, ginger and garlic.
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Malai chicken is one of the most treasured Indian dishes and is close to the hearts of foodies. Though you get malai chicken all over India, every region alters the recipe according to its taste.
Well, the dish we have for you today, comes straight from a seafood lover’s paradise – Mangalore! By now you must have identified that your beloved food item is none other than the heavenly prawn ghee roast.
A timeless Bengali delicacy, Chingri potoler dorma is prepared using fillings of prawns and potatoes with an array of other ingredients.
A light pink fish, Nagarai Fish, features a jacket of scales. A part of the goatfish family, there are different types of Nagarai fish. This fish family is also called red mullet. In Tamil Nadu, it is famous as Nagarai or Nagarai Meen.
Prawns can be found in both freshwater and seawater. There are many varieties that differ in size, colour and taste. Prawns are a favourite among seafood and health enthusiasts for their various nutritional benefits.
Cooking Rich Lamb Curry Cut in mutton masala, which comprises Indian spices like garam masala, cardamom, cinnamon, pepper, chilli powder and more, results in a delicious mutton curry.
Dum Ka Keema prepared with mutton has become a must-have Ramadan dish. This keema recipe is the absolute best, from the cool mountains to the hot and dry Deccan plains, and has found its way to the top of our list of must-have foods this Ramzan.
With Eid around the corner, you may be worried about what you need to include in your menu so that you can stun all your friends and family members.
Nattu Kozhi is frequently one of the most popular curries in every non-vegetarian household. This dish is widely famous in fine dining and other family restaurants.
A jar of freshly prepared Prawn pickles is everything you need to level up your breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Champaran meat is a famous dish with its roots from Champaran, Bihar, India. Here, the meat is marinated in a mix of exotic species, oil, ghee, ginger paste, roasted onions and cooked in a buttery sauce, which brings rich flavours.