Vegetarian curries, fish and meat specialties of Indian restaurants
When it comes to the word "Curry", one of the first things that comes to mind is Indian culinary culture. If you love to show your talent in your kitchen, don't miss Indian curry.
When it comes to the word "Curry," one of the first things that comes to mind is Indian culinary culture. If you love to show your talent in your kitchen, don't miss Indian curry.
Although there are many different curries from all over Asia and the Caribbean Islands. But India is still one of the biggest cradles of this curry. Even if you've never cooked Indian food, don't be discouraged. As long as you can capture some of the main spices, like garam masala, dill and turmeric, you can make this dish.
Goan Fish Curry
Goan Fish Curry is the staple food of Goa, the smallest state in India. Goan Fish Curry has a spicy, characteristic stimulation and is often eaten with rice. Out of all the fish, the best tuna is in the Goan Fish Curry, but you can use any fish you like instead.
Fish Kofta Curry
Fish Kofta Curry is a fish cake with a thick gravy sauce that can be served as a main dish or dinner. Serve with green salads or vegetarian dishes.
Traditional Fish Curry
This is a traditional national fish curry dish of India combined and influenced by the cuisine of eastern and northern India. You can try this Indian cuisine with a hot bowl of rice at Spice India Restaurant.
South Indian Fish Curry
The South Indian Fish Curry, also known as meen kulambu, has a soothing, pleasant and addictive flavor that makes it impossible to stop eating after the first bite. Tamarind sauce is the "bright spot" in this dish.
Madras Lamb Curry
Madras lamb curry is famous for being a "HOT" dish at an Indian restaurant but this curry is not traditionally produced in India. In fact, this popular dish is a Western variant cooked with a lot of traditional south Indian spices.
Basic Chicken Curry
This is the most basic chicken curry recipe and it is also one of the best. Serving chicken curry with hot crispy naan (Indian bread) or boiled rice is nothing more.
Maharashtrian Chicken Curry
Maharashtrian chicken curry is made with coconut milk, a staple Maharashtrian dish located in the western part of India where Mumbai is the capital. The food here ranges from mild to spicy. You can serve this dish with rice and green salad for the main dish or as a simple side dish.
Kofta Curry (Meatballs)
Curry kofta (meatballs) is made with beef, lamb, or chicken, garlic, and garam masala. Kofta curry with jeera rice and kachumber salad (cucumber) will be a great combination in a meal.
Egg Curry originates from North India and there are many different ways to make this dish. The most interesting thing about this dish is that you can make curry sauce first then freeze and when you want to eat, just heat the sauce with a little more boiled eggs and you can enjoy the dish. The egg curry is delicious. In addition, this dish can also be used for breakfast, lunch or dinner with vegetables and rice.
There are many ways to make a curry bean curry and this dish is often served for crowded gatherings and the homeless poor with Indian flat bread including ingredients such as: onion west, garlic, coffee, chili, ginger, tomatoes, lentils, broccoli, ....
Red Kidney Bean Curry
Similar to making Chickpea Curry, Red Kidney Bean Curry is one of the quintessential bean curry of Indian cuisine extremely popular in northern India and across the Indian continent. You can eat this dish with rice, kachumber salad or pickles.
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