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Non Vegetarian Cuisine is very vast and spreads across the all regions in India. Each region have their specific taste and spices that go into making the non vegetarian food. From coastal regions of Karnataka, Maharashtra, Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, each one of the the cuisines and recipes have a special twist adding to the flavors by varying the spices and core ingredients.

Various kinds of meat, like chicken, mutton, pork, salami, fish, prawns and more are used in these cuisines and prepared in a variety of methods that have been passed on from generation to generation.

We have all type of recipes from the Classic chicken butter masala, Tandoori chicken, Murg makhani, Chilly chicken, Fish chilly and many more.

North Indian Vegetarian collection is a vast expanse where the cuisines are spread across regions of Northern India Punjab, Kashmir, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. For simplicity, in this collection you will also find recipes across Bengal, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Goa. Discover a variety of north indian recipes for main course from parathas, roti, puri, sabzi, dal, rajma, chole, biryani, kofta, curries, kadhi and much more.

South Indian Cuisine is spread over Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telangana and the union territories of Lakshadweep, Pondicherry, and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Each region comes with its own flavors and you will be surprised that each regional cuisine in south india can be in turn subdivided into small cuisines.You will find many south indian vegetarian recipes in the Curry Recipe, Kurma Recipe, Stew Recipe Collections and in the list below you can discover more traditional south indian vegetarian recipes, which are served for an main course like lunch or dinner.

Dessert, the last course of a meal. Sweets and Indians are closely knit with each other. Indians love to have sweets during the course of their meals. A lot of Indian sweets are typically made from ghee and jaggery in combinations with semolina, whole wheat flour or gram flour to name a few. Sweets made from jaggery have a religious significance. some famous dessert are Gulab Jamun, Kheer, Modak, Barfi,Kulfi, Ras Malai, Rasgulla and many more.

Come every festival like Holi, Navaratri, Diwali the women folk of the Indian families are busy whipping up the traditional sweets for that occasion. The recipes in this section will guide you to making some of the tried and tested recipes that have been handed down through many generations. If you have never tried attempting sweets before, some of these recipes could be the easiest you could
ever try.

A mocktail is a non-alcoholic version of a cocktail. But really, in this round up I just wanted fun drinks that the whole family could enjoy. Some are based off of cocktail recipes, some are fruity concoctions, and some are a little bit more sophisticated. These mocktails are perfect for when you are serving kids and adults, for holiday parties, and many of these would be perfect for baby showers or birthday parties.

Mocktail is a mixed, non-alcoholic drink, i.e. it does not contain alcohol or any type of spirit. It is made by mixing different fruit juices, soft drinks, iced tea etc. It is called mocktail as it mocks or looks like cocktails. Mocktails are inexpensive than cocktails and are consumed by those who don’t like or want to take alcohol.

Mocktails are generally sweet in taste as they are prepared by mixing fruit juices and sugar syrup. There is no standard procedure for the preparation of mocktails so anyone can prepare it by mixing fruit juices and sugar syrup. However, some mocktails may be sour or bitter in taste if they have undergone fermentation when they are left unconsumed for a longer period of time before consumption. It is mostly consumed by people who don’t like or take alcohol. Some of the popular mocktails include deep blue, mojito, fired ice, queens punch, Shirley temple, Italian cream soda etc.

The Grand Welcome is dedicated to good drinking and great living. Cocktails are alcoholic drinks made by mixing an alcoholic drink with soft drinks, fruit juices or other alcoholic drinks. So, it is made of two or more ingredients, e.g. a spirit base, flavoring ingredient, colouring ingredient or a modifier.

It can be served before or after dinner, e.g. whisky sour, manhattan and martini are consumed before dinner; sweet and creamy cocktails like frappes and alexanders are consumed after dinner. It is not easy to prepare a cocktail as its preparation involves a standard procedure in which fruit juices are mixed with spirits and alcoholic drinks in the right proportions.

Cocktails are sour or bitter in taste as they contain a significant portion of alcohol. Some of the popular cocktails include Manhattan, Alexander, Dirty martini, French connection, Green Russians. The preparation of cocktail follows a standard procedure as the different components are required to be mixed in the right proportions. Cocktails are consumed by the alcoholic consumers and are costlier than mocktails.