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AspenSniper
#1 Aug 25 2017 07:36am
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Let me start with, I am allergic to chicken. That rules out a lot. I'm also not too fond of a lot of types of curry, which rules everything out. Though there is this thai curry beef that I like at the food court near my house.

I want to go to an indian restaurant and not want to throw up. What are some typical indian dishes that are beef or pork based or don't have chicken that I would like?
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#2 Aug 25 2017 11:51am
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Hauteur jshais curry

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#3 Aug 25 2017 04:44pm
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more of an appetizer but stuff like tandoori prawns are pretty good.

all the chicken dishes u are looking for also come in a lamb form as well. Chicken biryani done well is really good, and I hear lamb biryani done well is supposed to be some of the best as well.
I can't think of any pork based indian dishes, but if I do I'll post em.
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#4 Aug 26 2017 06:59pm
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Tank you gum again
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#5 Aug 27 2017 09:01am
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They normally don't eat beef or pork in India. Some restaurant here have beef though. They are big on mutton/lamb and goat instead of the beef or pork.

Indian cuisine have a lot of tasty vegetarian dishes you can try.
Anyway just go to your best indian restaurant in your area and just look at the menu there for stuff you would like?

Also is chicken allergy really a thing? Or you just don't like this. Just asking because i've served thousands of allergic people in my career and i don't remember ever seeing this one lol...

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cjlove90
#6 Aug 27 2017 09:47am
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Quote (hofx2 @ Aug 27 2017 07:01am)
They normally don't eat beef or pork in India. Some restaurant here have beef though. They are big on mutton/lamb and goat instead of the beef or pork.

Indian cuisine have a lot of tasty vegetarian dishes you can try.
Anyway just go to your best indian restaurant in your area and just look at the menu there for stuff you would like?

Also is chicken allergy really a thing? Or you just don't like this. Just asking because i've served thousands of allergic people in my career and i don't remember ever seeing this one lol...



Most Indian people are vegetarian, they for sure don't eat beef though, it's a felony to eat beef in India
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#7 Aug 27 2017 03:09pm
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Quote (cjlove90 @ Aug 27 2017 10:47am)
Most Indian people are vegetarian, they for sure don't eat beef though, it's a felony to eat beef in India


Not really. It actually depends on regions. Most indian eat meat, but no pork or beef. Some regions are mostly vegetarians. And Indian muslim actually eat beef but its sacred for hindus so violent clashes do happens .. muslim buying beef have been killed in the past..
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Quote (hofx2 @ Aug 27 2017 11:01am)
Also is chicken allergy really a thing? Or you just don't like this. Just asking because i've served thousands of allergic people in my career and i don't remember ever seeing this one lol...


i saw him make a post a long time ago about it. he ate chicken and ended up in the ER a couple times, then confirmed the allergy with the docs. it surprised him too.
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There is beef in Kerala, India, but it's halal. Meaning they cut the animal's jugular vein and let it bleed out slowly which I'm not in favor of.

Indians don't eat beef but have mutton over here.

Look up Kashmiri Rogan Josh mutton recipes.
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