Can you control your drooling after seeing these 11 slurp-inducing photographs?


Can you control your drooling after seeing these 11 slurp-inducing photographs?

Indian non-vegetarian cuisine is to die for. And the variety and choice that’s available in our country is mind-boggling. Whether it’s a humble chicken or a common egg, the combination of flavours and taste that comes from the addition of local spices transports one to taste heaven! South Indian non-vegetarian dishes have their own spotlight in the non-vegetarian food space. And here we challenge all you non-vegetarian food lovers… We dare you to look and these 11 photographs of South Indian non-vegetarian delights, and not feel the urge to rush out to eat them. We’re confident you’ll look, your eyes will fog, you will salivate, and you’ll start planning the restaurant you want to visit!!

#1. Aatu Kaal Soup

Aatu kaal (lamb leg) soup – tasty, delightful and healthy. The nutrition of lamb infused in the broth, feel the warmth and deliciousness of this awesome liquid spread through your sensibilities as you draw a hot spoonful into your waiting mouth.

#2. Black Pepper Chicken

The succulence of chicken with the spike of pepper, this lip-smacking chicken will leave you wanting more. The kick that pepper adds to the chicken, along with the other ingredients is a different level of taste that perhaps words can’t sufficiently describe…

#3. Karandi Omelette

A spongy omelette prepared in a ‘thalippu karandi’ (tempering ladle), this will send egg lovers into raptures as their teeth sink into this globular version of the traditional omelette. Eat it plain, or with accompaniments, this will satiate all egg craving…

#4. Brain with egg roast

A classic goat brain delicacy with freshly ground spices enhancing the taste quotient and tickling the taste buds, has a special element of egg for added texture. Roasted to perfection, to give you a perfectly satisfactory culinary experience…

#5 Kaadai Roast

Kaadai (quail), the little bird that bursts with taste and juice, impeccably marinated and flawlessly roasted, with carefully chosen spices and herbs that will tingle your taste buds and transport you to an elevated high…

#6 Kaal Kozhi

Chicken legs lovingly shaped into lollipops, immaculately spiced and fried, will surpass every foodie’s expectation. Sink your teeth into this delight, and thank your stars you are a non-vegetarian…

#7 Kuchi Mutton

Creamy mutton, coated with a thick layer of masala, will explode in a burst of flavours on your waiting tongue. Indulge, for what you see is a tava roasted version, and not deep fried. Healthier option…

#8 Moru Moru Prawns

Crisp, crunchy and crackling, this perfect starter is so divine, you’ll have to be careful not to overdo it, lest you have too little space for your main course! Indulge, you can make a meal of it too…

#9 Naatu Kozhi Gravy

Authentic country chicken, cooked in a divine Chettinad gravy – a finger licking accompaniment for rice, aapam, dosa, oh – just about anything… Doesn’t the gleaming chicken piece floating royally in the gravy not beckon? Go, man, go…

#10 Nethili Fry

Crisp fingers of fried nethili (anchovy) fish, for you to enjoy either as a starter or with your main course as an accompaniment. Browned to perfection with quality spices, this one is an irresistible rare fish delight…

#11 Vanjaram Fry

The ever popular vanjaram (seer fish) fry – The fleshy fish steak that waits for your appreciative sigh of pleasure as you enjoy its succulence and flavours…

Yes, we know you can’t win our challenge. We won’t hold it against you. So just go, and please your sense of smell, sight, touch and taste… And of course, hearing too, whether it’s the sound of food you bite into, the sighs of joy, or – if you allow the child in you to get free – the squeals of delight!
And if you’re wondering where you can lay your hands, (and teeth, and tongue, and…), they’re all available in Dindigul Thalappakatti Biriyani outlets – the world over… All part of their authentic, quality offering, part of their menu!!

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