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Srilankan cuisine has a lot of influence from many historical and cultural factors and one of them is the Southern Indian cuisine. Sri Lankan cuisine is rather close to the Chettinad and Coastal regions of South India- Kerala and Tamil Nadu combined. SriLankan cuisine is as varied in regions as Indian cuisine is.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/srilankan-chicken-curry-recipe

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Tallyanche Suke is an authentic Goan recipe which is simple, delicious and fresh to eat. Sardines is one of the healthiest fish and can be consumed by almost everybody. It is also called as Talle in Goa.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/tallyanche-suke-sardine-dry-recipe

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Mutton Do Pyaza Recipe is made of goat meat and spiced with lots of onions. The Onions are added at two stages during cooking, hence the name Do Pyaza (two onions). Do Pyaza is normally prepared using meat like, beef, lamb, chicken, goat etc. Recipe variation can also be made by using vegetables instead of meat.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/mutton-do-pyaza-recipe

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Marag is a Hyderabadi flavourful thin mutton stew which is usually served as a starter with sheermal or rumali roti at weddings. The city of Hyderabad is famous for its wide range of non vegetarian cuisine. The city of Nawab's true to its name is the home to the exquisite and aromatic delicacies.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/hyderabadi-marag-recipe

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Oysters are super rich in zinc, which is required for strengthening the immune system of your body. Other minerals and vitamins like calcium, iron and magnesium are also present in this shellfish. In konkani, we call oysters as kalwa and they just taste amazing in any recipe. Kalwanche Tonak is a very simple and is prepared using coconut for gravy.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/kalwanche-tonak-oyster-curry-recipe

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Kerala style Fish Curry Recipe is very widely consumed in Kerala. The preparation style might vary but it is regularly consumed. My husband cannot do without this fish curry. I think this fish curry has travelled along generations. I have used an earthenware that my mother had gifted me, which is one of the prized possessions of my kitchen.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/kerala-style-fish-curry-recipe

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Chettinad Mutton Chops Kozhumbhu is a spicy and delicious mutton chops dish which has a twist of flavor packed Chettinad style curry. If you are a spice lover you should definitely try this recipe for your weekend dinners. Its a perfect dish to serve during the house parties and your family and friends will love it for sure.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/chettinad-mutton-chops-kozhumbhu-mutton-chops-curry-recipe

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Creamy Butter Chicken is one of the favourites of all the non veg lovers. This chicken recipe is very popular in restaurants and is usually served with Indian brands and rice. This dish is a great recipes to cook for your house parties and is loved by one and all. Serve Creamy Butter Chicken with Whole Wheat Lachha Paratha.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/creamy-butter-chicken-recipe

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Mutton Keema is a very popular dish in North India and is loved and cherished by all the non vegetarians. This dish is made with minced mutton and spice powders. In Maharashtra, this Mutton Keema is served with paav. You can also serve it with Phulkas or Pakki Mutton Biryani.
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/mutton-keema-recipe

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Savoury crepes with za’atar spiced chicken and mustard cream sauce are my absolute latest addiction. Thin, beautiful crepes stuffed with an incredibly delicious Mediterranean za’atar spiced chicken, served with a perfect dijon mustard cream sauce. Takes hardly 20-30 minutes to make this recipe and these savoury crepes are perfect for breakfast, lunch or even for easy and quick dinner ideas!
http://www.archanaskitchen.com/savoury-crepes-with-za-atar-spiced-chicken-recipe
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