**Maharashtrian NV Dishes
A delicious collection of yummy non-vegetarian recipes from my home state of Maharashtra. The dishes from this region are famous for the unique flavors & bold use of aromatic spices :-)
Grilled Coconutty & Peanutty Chicken Recipe
This Maharashtrian style recipe combines traditional ingredients like coconut, peanuts, aromatics & spices in a delicious non-traditional way. This dish is just perfect for entertaining too, since it can be marinated well in advance & grilled up just before eating.
Kolhapuri Chicken Recipe
Varhadi Chicken is a bold and spicy dish from the city of Kolhapur in Maharashtra state. Kolhapur is a ancient Indian city with a rich & vibrant history, culture & cuisine. I have lots of family in this lovely city and was lucky to visit here every summer.
Maharashtrian Chicken Roast
A healthy & delicious meal that is sure to please! My Maharashtrian Chicken Roast is lovely way to spend an evening - around the dinner table with family & friends. This is a wonderful traditional Sunday night meal :-)
Murgh Moongphali Recipe
If you love peanuts, then this is the perfect dish for your family! A delicious chicken curry made with peanuts - youf family will surely go "nuts" for this tasty dish. My Maharashtrian Chicken Curry with Peanuts personifies the very importance of peanuts in daily Maharashtrian cooking.
Spicy Coconutty Ground Chicken Recipe
My delicious and aromatic Spicy Ground Coconutty Chicken recipe is a dream - literally! Ground chicken is gently simmered with bold aromatics, rich spices & coconut for subtle a fragrance & taste. You can also make this dish using any type of ground meat that you prefer.
Sweet Potato & Chicken Curry Recipe Indian Food Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Indian Food Site Map
A delicious combination of tender sweet potatoes and succulent chicken pieces, gently simmered together in a spicy coconut based curry is a perfect way to celebrate the fall season in full force! This dish is also a yummy way to introduce your family (or dinner guests) to Indian cuisine.
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