List of meat dishes

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Steak and lobster is a surf and turf dish.

This is a list of notable meat dishes. Some meat dishes are prepared using two or more types of meat, while others are only prepared using one type. Furthermore, some dishes can be prepared using various types of meats, such as the enchilada, which can be prepared using beef, pork or chicken.

Meat dishes

The following meat dishes are prepared using various types of meats, and some are prepared using two or more types of meat in the dish.

  • Anticucho – popular and inexpensive dishes that originated in the Andes during the pre-Columbian era. While anticuchos can be made of any type of meat, the most popular are made of beef heart (anticuchos de corazón).
  • Asocena
  • Baeckeoffe – a French casserole dish prepared using mutton, beef and pork
  • Barbacoa
  • Berner Platte – a traditional meat dish of Bernese cuisine in Switzerland.[1][2] It consists of various meat and sausage varieties such as smoked pork and beef, pork belly, sausage, bacon and pork ears or tails cooked with juniper-flavored sauerkraut, and other foods such as potatoes and green and/or dried beans, which are served on a large plate.[2][3][4][5]
  • Beşbarmaq
  • Birria
A fricassee dish prepared using conch
  • Fricassee – a method of cooking meat in which it is cut up, sautéed and braised, and served with its sauce, traditionally a white sauce. Fricassee can also refer to a type of sandwich made in Tunisia with fried bread and typically filled with many ingredients including tuna, olives, hard-boiled egg, middle eastern tomato salad, and others.
  • Frigărui
  • Giouvetsi
  • Güveç
  • Guyanese pepperpot – A Guyanese dish prepared using meats such as beef, pork and mutton
  • Gyro
  • Hachee
  • Haggis
  • Hodge-Podge – a meat soup
  • Jerusalem mixed grill – a grilled meat dish considered a specialty of Jerusalem. It consists of chicken hearts, spleens and liver mixed with bits of lamb cooked on a flat grill, seasoned with onion, garlic, black pepper, cumin, turmeric, olive oil and coriander.[18]
  • Jugging – the process of stewing whole animals, mainly game or fish, for an extended period in a tightly covered container such as a casserole or an earthenware jug
  • Kaalilaatikko
  • Kachilaa
Larb khua mu, a stir-fried northern Thai larb made with pork, in Chiang Mai
Mixed-meat mixiote
Potjevleesch (at top)

By type

Beef

Steak tartare is a meat dish made from finely chopped or minced raw beef
See also: List of hamburgers
See also: List of shredded beef dishes
See also: List of steak dishes
See also: List of veal dishes

Fish

See also: List of raw fish dishes

Goat

Isi ewu is a goat meat dish prepared using goats heads.

Lamb

Meatball

Pork

See also: List of bacon dishes
See also: List of ham dishes

Poultry

See also: List of egg dishes
See also: List of duck dishes

Sausage

See also: List of hot dogs

Seafood

See also: List of crab dishes
See also: List of shrimp dishes

See also

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