INDIAN MEAT DISHES THAT YOU NEED TO TRY

INDIAN MEAT DISHES THAT YOU NEED TO TRY

Meat is a staple ingredient in Indian cuisine, and are popular all over the world.

The taste that meat brings to the dishes, give the meals a flavoursome and rich taste, and is why they are adored by so many people.

Indian meat dishes

There are many different types of meat dishes available, that range from curries to kebabs to small bites.

We’ve put together a list of Indian Meat Dishes that are a must try, and are enjoyed by many.

Chicken Tikka Masala

Chicken Tikka Masala - meat dish

The Tikka Masala is one of the most common curries you will find in the UK. It always makes it on the list of Britain’s national dish, and chefs up and down the UK claim they invited the iconic dish.

The curry is simple to cook, where the chicken is marinated in yogurt and is then served with a mixture of spices and has a prominent tomato flavour.

The dish can be made hotter with the addition of chillies, but the creamy texture of the curry makes it milder so it’s still great for all to enjoy.

Chicken Pakora

Chicken Pakora

Pakora’s are ideal small bites and are best served with chutney and a hot cup of tea, and will go down a treat! They’re quick and easy to make and add a great colour to your Diwali spread.

Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken is packed full of flavours and spices, and is a great light bite or can be accompanied by other sides to make a great meal.

Tandoori Chicken

It’s easy to cook and is always a crowd pleaser. You can add as much spice as you want, and it can be accompanied with yoghurt for those who aren’t a fan of a lot of heat.

Shish Kebabs

Shish Kebabs

For the meat lovers, Shish Kebabs will go down a treat. Remember to serve the kebabs with a fresh yoghurt based sauce.

Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken is a mild and creamy curry that will suit anyone’s taste. It’s packed full of authentic flavours, and the mild spice levels will cater to anybody.

By Amy Lehal

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