which is the best non vegetarian dish ?

India
March 5, 2010 12:05pm CST
which is the best non vegetarian dish? I like biryani, mughalai chicken and kebabs. Specially of Lucknow.What about you friends.Also tell me the location where it is best available like kebabs of lucknow etc.
4 responses
• India
5 Mar 10
i am a big fan of non vegetarian and i cant really tell which is the best . but the most favourite of mine is the biryani . i like mutton biryani very much and i may eat it three times a day . other than i like chilli chicken, and fish fry . but for the best non vegetarian dish is biryani and i like it too much .
• India
5 Mar 10
three times a day? it is advised not to eat non veg so frequently because our digestive system takes much time to digest the complex food which includes non veg..... so its better we eat non veg every alternate day..... ieat 3 times a week.
• India
5 Mar 10
i like hyderabad dum ka biryani...... its world famous dish and many people like it....... especially the gravy at the bottom is so yummy....here in hyderabad there are many hotels that serves it so delicious...... apart from that i like crispy chicken a lot i love it eating in MAMU restaraunt, though its available in KFC and texas chicken,,... i tied in KFC but i liked in MAMU when compared.......
• India
5 Mar 10
thanks yaar i will surely have these dishes.
@amirev777 (2552)
• India
24 Nov 10
hi i prefer seafood dishes over chicken. my favourite dish is prawn curry with rice. here is the recipe for it: Ingredients: 1 kg prawns, cleaned, shelled and de-veined 1 1/2? lump of tamarind 1/2 cup hot water 1 large onion sliced 1 large tomato sliced 7-8 dry red chillies 2 tbsp garlic paste 1 tbsp ginger paste 1 1/2 cups grated fresh coconut 2 tbsp coriander powder 2 tbsp cumin powder 1/2 tsp turmeric powder 1/2 tsp red chilli powder 2 green chillies slit 2 tbsp cooking oil Hot water for gravy (approximately 2 cups) Salt to taste Method of Preparation: 1. Soak the tamarind in 1/2 a cup of hot water for 10 minutes. Now mash the tamarind with your fingers to mix it well into the water. Strain through a sieve to extract all the pulp. Keep pulp aside. 2. Put the onion, tomato, coconut, ginger, garlic, dry red chillies, all the spices and the tamarind pureƩ into your food processor and grind well to make a smooth paste (masala). 3. Heat a deep pan on a medium flame, add the oil and heat. Add the green chillies, masala paste you just ground to the oil and fry for 5 minutes. 4. Now add the 2 cups of water (add more water if you would like more gravy) and bring the gravy to a boil. Reduce the flame to a simmer and cook for 10 minutes. Add salt to taste. 5. Gently add prawns to the gravy and cook for 10 more minutes. Do not cover the pan at any time during the cooking. 6. Turn off the fire and serve immediately with plain boiled rice.
@cripfemme (7718)
• United States
26 May 10
I think ribs, BBQ chicken, and all kinds of seafood. I also like meatloaf, bacon cheeseburgers, sausages. I'm a true carnivore, as much as I would to be a vegetarian for emotional reasons.