6 Non-Vegetarian Dishes that will make your day

Nov 21 08:25 2018 Mark Batham Print This Article

Non-veg dishes are popular across people of all age groups. But people have a tough time choosing nutritious non veg recipes. This article discusses in detail about the different non-vegetarian dishes which you can prepare at home and bring a bright smile to the faces of your loved ones.

There are many of us who have a perception that a hearty meal means a meaty affair. There are a plethora of non-vegetarian dishes which you can cook at home to make a day special for yourself and your loved ones. Within the Indian subcontinent,Guest Posting there are unique preparations which you can prepare at home starting from Amritsari Fish to Laal Maas and Rogan Josh. Here are some sumptuous non-vegetarian dishes which you can prepare at home:-

Mutton Korma

This is a delicious mutton curry in which meat is stirred with ginger-garlic paste, cloves, curd, cinnamon sticks and cardamom. Ginger-garlic paste is known to be highly effective in treating pain and inflammation. The fat present in saturated fat in goat meat is less than the amount of unsaturated fats it possesses, which enhances blood cholesterol levels and steadies heart rhythms. The dish is also a major source of vitamin B which can help you to burn fat. The creamy gravy, prepared using a variety masala, cashew nut paste, rose water and saffron lends a unique aroma to the dish.

Chicken 65

One of the most popular chicken recipes from down south, Chicken 65 originated in Madras. A perfect starter for parties, this chicken dish is prepared using garlic, curry leaves, green chillies and pepper powder. A favourite among people who have a liking for spicy meat recipes, this dish is a major source of nutrients such as carbohydrates, dietary fibers, iron and vitamins A and C. The juicy and soft chicken pieces go well with salads.

Pomfret Fish Recipe

This is a fish recipe which can be easily prepared using a wide range of spices. The dish is given a semolina coating before being fried. Pomfret is a major source of lean protein, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, selenium, phosphorus, and selenium. It has a high oil content and can, therefore, be grilled, baked or broiled. The use of spring onions, pepper, and mustard seeds makes this dish a major source of vitamins A, C and K, calcium, and omega 3 Fatty acids. The dish tastes best when served with a sweet and tangy warm cabbage and kiwi salad.

Egg Bhurji Masala

This simple egg recipe is prepared by mixing scrambled eggs with paneer. A popular snack from Mumbai, it is a lively mix of colours, flavours, and spices. Prepared using a combination of whisked eggs, green chilli, onions and tomatoes, the dish is a major source of vitamin C, sulphuric compounds, phytochemicals, and stroke. This recipe tastes best when served with toasted eggs.

Dum Chicken

Well known as Dum ka chicken, this a rich, aromatic dish. The chicken is cooked use a wide range of spices, almonds, and cream and therefore acquires a distinct flavour which all meat lovers would love to have. The use of curd, cashew nuts, cinnamon, cloves and cardamom in the cooking process ensures that you have access to vital nutrients like vitamin B6, C, E, K, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber.

Hyderbadi Egg Recipe

This is an authentic egg recipe prepared in Hyderabadi style using eggs. The dish is prepared using a wide range of condiments such as saffron, bay leaf, cardamom pods, cloves and cinnamon which makes it rich in nutrients such as manganese, copper, potassium, vitamin A, B6 and C. So if you are looking for a sumptuous dish which is packed with nutrients, then this dish suits the bill perfectly.

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Mark Batham
Mark Batham

The author is an avid foodie who writes on emerging trends in Indian as well as international cuisine. He has authored numerous cookery books on different types of vegetarian, egg and chicken recipes in the past and contributes to well-known websites based on lifestyle.

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