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CRISPY FRIED CHICKENBy ThillaismasalaWith Thillais Crispy chicken you can cook up a crispy feast at home in a few minutes. One single batter mix can be split to make a wet and dry mix into which you dip your chicken and fry. Yes, it’s that simple!
MUTTON SALNABy ThillaismasalaSalna is the modified version of the Mirchi Ka Salam from Mughlai cuisine. This was modified by the muslim community that settled down in Tamilnadu and made this mildly spiced gravy a staple at restaurants in south Tamilnadu. The Salna tastes best when made with mutton.
CHICKEN 65By ThillaismasalaThe chicken dish is prepared with a 65 day old chick to give it the right texture and taste. The chicken 65 is a very popular dish across non-vegetarian. Vegetarian restaurants now offer paneer 65, gobi 65 and mushroom 65’s.
DINDIGUL THALAPPAKATTI CHICKEN BIRYANIBy ThillaismasalaDindigul is Tamil Nadu’s Biryani city. The place has been a hot-pot of meeting cultures and this explains the rich cuisine of the city. Dindigul Biryani is a delicious recipe to indulge in anytime. An amazing South Indian preparation which would simply be loved by everyone.
MADURAI MUTTON FRY MASALABy ThillaismasalaTender succulent bite sized pieces of mutton fried with a dash of coarse ground spices with a little oil and its own juices. Thillai’s Madurai Mutton Fry masala is our own version of the famous Madurai mutton sukka in a single serve, easy and convenien to cook pack.
MADRAS STYLE FISH CURRYBy ThillaismasalaTHILLAI’S MADRAS FISH CURRY MASALA is simply fish curry prepared in the traditional Tamil Nadu style with a perfect blend of spices and a sharp hot chilli taste. This is simple soul food that every Chennaite would love for lunch.
CHETTINAD CHICKEN MASALABy ThillaismasalaChettinad chicken is one of the most flavorful chicken dishes from south Indian cuisine but it may take some course of time to prepare. Our wildly popular THILLAI’S CHETTINAD CHICKEN Masala pack makes it even easier to serve up a quick chicken meal.
SOYA CHUNKS GRAVYBy ThillaismasalaSoya chunks can be used to prepare a quick curry and be a vegan protein source.
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