Types of Indian Chicken Curries

Indian chicken are well-known for their immense taste and spices. The yummy Indian curries such as Mughlai chicken curry are mouth-watering and a great delight for any occasion. Fiery flavors of these curries are also liked a lot by food lovers. Savory Kashmiri chilies, sprinkle of cinnamon and other rustic spices. I also immensely adore chicken curries because I can find the traditional touch in them. I include these dishes in my regular meals. If you have not yet visited any Punjabi, South Indian and Mughali restaurant that serves Indian chicken curries, make a plan without wasting any time. An experience of eating these curries can do wonders in your food habits.

Easy to cook with exclusive textures to make your meal exciting and give you a great traditional food experience. Their recipes will be helpful enough to cook any type of Indian curry that you can enjoy. Choose from various options such as tandoori Mughlai tikkas, chicken doused in beautifully made coconut paste and the sweet-smelling biryani. Styles and tastes of Indian non-vegetarian food items are really unique.

Butter Chicken:

The popular Punjabi butter chicken is one of the topmost non-vegetarian dishes in India. To make it, the chicken is roasted and then cooked in cream, tomato puree, spices and other essential ingredients. Plenty of butter is also added in it.

Amritsari Murgh Makhani:

Amritsari Murgh Makhani is another Punjabi chicken cuisine. Boneless chicken chunks are used to make this dish. It is rich with spices, tomatoes, butter gravy and a lot more.

Kerala Chicken Roast:

It is a fried chicken from Kerala, the southern state of India which amuses foodies. The dish is served with a few pieces of lime. Delicious Kerala chicken roast is one of the most sought after chicken dishes in the country.

Teekha Murgh:

Those who like spicy food can go for Teekha Murgh. The dish is made with fiery condiments and in mustard oil. Chopped tomatoes are also included to give it a balanced flavor.

Spicy Tangy Kadhai Chicken:

Several ingredients are included to the dish. It’s spicy yet sweet. Chicken is made with spice paste, lemon, bell peppers, jiggery and tamarind. Mostly homemade spices and pastes are added to give it a traditional touch.

Murgh Malaiwala:

Chicken sticks are cooked with milk, flavored cream, mild spices, rose petals and saffron. Murgh Malaiwala is a pure delight to eat.

Masaledar Chicken Lollipop:

Chicken lollipops are a traditional makeover. They are wrapped diligently in fried crisp and rustic spices. A good amount of party starter is also served with Masaledar Chicken Lollipop.

Chicken Chettinad:

People from Tamil Nadu (Southern State of India) regularly eat Chicken Chettinad. If you do not like too spicy, avoid it. Chicken get tossed with coconut paste for a better taste

Chana Aur Khatte Pyaz Ka Murgh:

Chicken morsels are prepared with small picked onions. Red-hot gravy is also made with chickpeas. It offers a unique flavor with a yummy taste.

Chicken Dum Biryani:

Rich chicken biryani is made with rice and pieces of chicken. The Mughlai dish is served in many Indian restaurants and roadside food stalls. Muslim hotels have speciality in cooking biryani. From my experience I can say that biryani is not only a must try non-veg food, but it is also enough for a complete meal. Whenever I want to eat biryani I simply order it from a nearby Muslim hotel and also enjoy its free home delivery service.

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