Chicken is no doubt the most popular poultry meat on the planet, which is popular because of its unique taste, flavour and texture. It is one of the few meat varieties that can be cooked in any way like grilling, frying, roasting, steaming and more.
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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.
It’s a golden-brown fried chicken dish in which Whole Chicken Legs are dipped in a batter made of besan, maize flour, spices, and other seasonings. It comes with chutney and onion rings and is served hot.
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.
Entertaining guests this weekend? Try this quick and easy Malai Chicken recipe that can be cooked from scratch, effortlessly.
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.
Experts claim that goat meat is good for heart health, and we know for sure that there are several important minerals, proteins, fats and vitamins present in goat meat.
One of the vital benefits of pomfret is the ease of cooking it. Pamphlet fish cooking is simple and quick, while the results are extraordinarily toothsome.
Prawns can be cooked in various ways, but frying them is the best way to get the most flavour out of them. Deep-fried prawns can be used in several dishes, including prawns pepper fry, crispy prawns fry, and traditional prawns fry.
Homemade spicy chicken pickle that goes with anything and everything you can imagine! Be it roti, bread, or rice, you’ll never fall short of deliciousness. It’s our guarantee!
Broasted chicken is first deep-fried in a high-pressure cooker for a minute to keep the breading intact.
The outcome is crispy chicken on the outside that is juicy and tender on the inside.
“Butter Chicken” – Just the dish’s name makes you salivate, doesn’t it? Butter chicken, also known as “Murgh Makhni,” is a traditional Indian dish in which grilled or tandoori chicken is drenched in a spicy, fragrant, mildly sweet, creamy, and buttery gravy.