Steak and lobster is a surf and turf dish.
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

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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.

Bobotie
A fricassee dish prepared using conch
A fricassee dish prepared using conch
Kelaguen
Larb khua mu, a stir-fried northern Thai larb made with pork, in Chiang Mai
Larb khua mu, a stir-fried northern Thai larb made with pork, in Chiang Mai
Mixed-meat mixiote
Mixed-meat mixiote
Potjevleesch (at top)
Potjevleesch (at top)
Sapu Mhicha
Schlachteplatte

By type

Beef

Steak tartare is a meat dish made from finely chopped or minced raw beef
Steak tartare is a meat dish made from finely chopped or minced raw beef

Main article: List of beef dishes

See also: List of hamburgers, Shredded beef § List of shredded beef dishes, List of steak dishes, and List of veal dishes

Fish

Main article: List of fish dishes

See also: List of raw fish dishes

Goat

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

Main article: List of goat dishes

Lamb and mutton

Main article: List of lamb dishes

Meatball

Main article: List of meatball dishes

Pork

Main article: List of pork dishes

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

Poultry

Chicken noodle soup is a chicken dish.

Main article: List of chicken dishes

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

Sausage

Main article: List of sausage dishes

See also: List of hot dogs

Seafood

Main article: List of seafood dishes

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

See also

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