Indian Cooking Tips: 7 Indian Non-Vegetarian Recipes That You Can Cook In A Microwave
We have some absolutely delicious microwave Indian recipes to try at home.
In today’s fast-paced life, smarter technology in the kitchen is a boon. Whether we are going out to work or are working from home amidst the lockdown, cooking is one thing we cannot escape. And while juggling between work and household chores, the only thing we wish is a way to cook easily and quickly. Microwave is one such kitchen appliance that’s a blessing in such a case. And it is beyond just re-heating the food.
Amid the lockdown where most of us have been working from home, managing household chores along with cooking is quite a task. That’s when microwave comes handy! Microwave is super easy to use and also one of the quickest ways to cook food. Not only does it saves a lot of time but also cooks good meal as if it is cooked on a gas stove! And no, we aren’t talking just cakes and baked treats but also your favourite chicken and mutton curries or biryanis.
And if you are thinking it would be a hassle to cook in a microwave, fret not! We’ve got 7 of the best Indian non-vegetarian recipes that you can try at home in a microwave amid the lockdown!
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7 Indian Non-Vegetarian Recipes That You Can Cook In A Microwave:
1. Microwave Lal Murgh
Bursting with red chillies along with a host of spices, this laal murgh recipe has chicken pieces marinated for a couple of hours, sautéed with onions and grilled in microwave to perfection. Served with a generous garnishing of sautéed onion, this recipe is simple, quick and irresistibly delicious! Find the recipe here.
2. Microwave Bhuna Keema
Minced meat mixed with brown onions, ginger-garlic paste, tomato puree, salt, chilli powder, garam masala, coriander powder and the turmeric powder, and cooked completely in a microwave. Bhuna keema is a stellar dish to pair with rice, roti or paratha for a delicious dinner spread at home. Find the recipe here.
3. Microwave Machchli Lal Masala
Love sea food but think it would be a hassle to cook at home? Here’s a super easy and quick fish recipe to try at home. Fish fillets marinated in a pool of ground spices such as whole red chillies, vinegar, bhuna channa, garlic, onion, cinnamon, peppercorns and javitri, and cooked in a microwave until cooked and tender. A perfect evening appetizer to try at home, macchli laal masala is a quick, easy and exceptionally fiery dish to try at home. Find the recipe here.
4. Microwave Raan Mussalam
Raan is a tempting dish that is cooked with the toughest cut of the lamb – the hind leg, which is usually used for keema. The secret to cooking raan lies in taking the toughest meat of the lamb and making it tender and succulent. And if you are thinking that it is close to impossible to cook this in a microwave, we’ve got you sorted. Here is a raan mussalam recipe, marinated overnight and cooked in several turns in a microwave makes for a great dinner dish, delicious enough for you to lick your fingers clean!Find the recipe here.
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5. Microwave Chicken Biryani
While we all love to devour biryani, cooking it at home is a task we would still think twice before attempting. However, here is a microwave biryani recipe that would make it super easy for you to prepare and relish chicken biryani at home. In little more than an hour you can prepare this chicken biryani in your microwave. It is a perfect dinner option to cook even after a long and tiring day. Find the recipe here.
6. Microwave Tandoori Chicken
One of the most popular snack recipes, tandoori chicken is a flavourful dish with marinated chicken pieces in a myriad of spices, yogurt and cream. It is covered and cooked to perfection in the microwave. Tandoori chicken is a mouth-watering appetiser recipe to prepare for your next evening binge when you are bored of the usual snacks. Find the recipe here.
7. Microwave Pudina Gosht
Cubed mutton and small potatoes marinated together in garlic, papaya, vinegar and oil. It is then cooked in a ground mix of mint, green chillies, cumin, peppercorns and salt in a microwave. Serve garnished with onion and mint leaves, pudina gosht is a tantalising mutton recipe that you can now easily prepare at home. Find the recipe here.
Try and relish these amazing Indian dishes, cooked in a microwave at home and let us know your experience in the comments section below.
About Aanchal MathurAanchal doesn’t share food. A cake in her vicinity is sure to disappear in a record time of 10 seconds. Besides loading up on sugar, she loves bingeing on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely to find her soulmate on a food app.