Non-Vegetarian recipes for Diwali | Chicken, Mutton Recipes for Diwali 2013

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Happy Deepavali Readers and Visitors!
Listing you the Top 10 Non-veg recipes from Cooking Jingalala.
Choose and Prepare for this Diwali and get praises from your family Smile.
Keep scrolling down….

 

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CLICK each Image for Step by Step pictorial guide to make the recipe 

 

Let’s start with the Mutton Gravy Recipe ‘of’ and ‘from’ the City of Crackers – Sivakasi

 

Super HIT Pepper Chicken Fry Dry Recipe

 

The unusual recipe of Green Masala Chicken (Without coconut and Tomatoes)

Restaurant style Chicken Briyani Recipe without using Mixie/Blender/Mixer-grinder

 

Simple, Easy and Quick Chicken Roast Recipe – Pan Seared (No grinding necessary)

 

Fish Puttu Recipe – Using Tilapia Fillets

 

Mutton Varuttha Curry Recipe from Madurai – Our Home style

 

Chicken Kheema Gravy with Potatoes

Simple and easy to make Clear Chicken Soup Recipe– South Indian Style

Mutton Kheema Gravy Recipe ( using Minced/Ground Lamb or Goat and Split Chickpeas)

If you want Sweets and Snacks recipes for Diwali, CLICK HERE (Step by Step pictorial recipes)

Diwali 2013 Sweets and Snacks recipes - Easy and Simple

Mangala from Cooking.Jingalala.Org
Eat Well !

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Dear Readers,
Sure the recipe tastes far great than the pictures shown. To show you the process in making the recipe with step-by-step pictures and to show you the outcome of the recipes with some cool photographs, I spend quite a lot of time in photographing it without minding the food getting dry or limp or not-so-hot-enough for us to eat (or sometimes without minding that we are hungry :)

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