Halal Food Online MirchiMasalay

The demand for halal certified food in the United States has increased over the last ten years. Consequently, the number of halal food suppliers in the United States has also increased over the last decade. However, the quality of these products might not always meet customer expectations. 

If you’re looking for top quality halal food near you, you’ve come to the right place. At Mirchi Masalay we will bring halal food straight to your doorstep - it doesn’t get closer than that! Cut the hassle of trying to find a halal market near you and order from the convenience of your home. In this article, we will give you ideas for the best halal meat dishes, why you should use Mirchi Masala as your go-to halal market, and what halal certification is. 

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Best Halal Meat Dishes

If you’re a non-Muslim, you might not be familiar with the term ‘halal’. Directly translated from Arabic, the term ‘halal’ means ‘permissible’. In order for food to become permissible, it must follow the Zabiha Islamic rules. These rules indicate things like how an animal should be slaughtered, by who, and what ingredients are allowed in food. 

If you’re looking for the best halal meat dishes, here are a few ideas to get you going:


This juicy way to make your halal meat will never get old. Whether you want it chicken or beef, shawarma is a delicious choice. When making chicken shawarma, commonly used ingredients are cumin, coriander, black pepper, nutmeg, and more. Don’t forget the hot pita bread too. These items can all be found on our website. 

Halal Beef Kabob

At first glance, a kabob may remind you of a corn dog. However, halal beef kabobs are a much healthier alternative and different in their ingredients. In order to make a kabob, you will need tender halal beef, preferably a sirloin cut. As for the marinade, lemon, olive oil, black pepper, garlic powder and dijon create the perfect taste. Now you want to put each cube of halal meat into a skewer. And voila, a tasty kabob ready to be grilled and devoured.

Chicken Tikka Masala


One of India’s most popular dishes is the chicken tikka masala. A halal chicken breast marinated in Tikka yogurt and the following spices will leave you wanting more: garam Masala, cumin, ground coriander and turmeric. The chicken will absorb all these flavors if you leave it overnight which is what most kitchen gurus recommend. A great addition to this dish is a side of plain white rice - such as this Basmati rice found on our website. 

Lamb Shanks


This easy to make and delicious meal is a great dinner option to share with your family and friends. The ingredients include items like onions, tomatoes, flour and as for the spices it includes rosemary, thyme, pepper, and more. To see the full recipe, check out this link. This is great to have with a side of rice, couscous, or salad. 

Garlic Parmesan Zaatar Wings

Zataar is a popular meditarian herb used in many dishes. Zaatar is a mix that usually includes thyme, sesame seeds, sumac, and salt. It’s earthy flavors give an exciting twist to regular halal chicken wings. The preparation time to make these is quick - only five minutes. 

Mince Curry

Halal mince curry is a fun way to spice up a family supper with this hearty meal. Prepare a pot with oil, curry leaves and chopped onions and let it simmer. An important part of the dish is the special Kashmiri spice that you can find on our website. Other delicious ingredients include ginger, garlic and coriander to be added to the simmering pot. Later add the minced halal beef and let the flavors do their thing. This is best served with crispy roti for a nice crunch. 

Halal Markets Near Me

In all Halal markets, it’s important for products to be halal certified as it ensures Muslims (and non-Muslim) consumers of their legitimacy in the manufacturing and processing stages. In many countries across the world, halal certifications are given by the government. 

There are many ways for a company to get halal certified in the United States, the most common one being the ISA Halal Certification. This stands for Islamic Services of America. They have been certifiers for over 40 years, giving the certification holders a lot of credibility. 


Another popular halal certification that you will see in many halal markets near you is the IFANCA certification, which stands for Islamic Food and Nutrition Council of America. Suppliers of halal meat can apply for this certification on the IFANCA website. There are five simple steps for getting a halal certificate, however this may be refused, suspended or withdrawn. 

The IFANCA may conduct weekly surveillance audits to make sure that the supplier continues to meet expectations. This is because they understand the importance of halal standards for Muslims. 

At Mirchi Masalay, all of our products are halal certified to ensure customer loyalty and satisfaction. Our halal market includes a range of items from goat and lamb, to chicken and beef. Discover aromatic spices from our huge international collections to use in your cooking. The Mirchi Masalay halal market provides online delivery service all through the week - wherever you are located. Save time and shop online!

There are many benefits to buying from a halal market. One great aspect is buying exclusive products that you won’t find at your local grocery. From delicious Indian snacks to fresh namkeen, order your favorites or try something new! Browse through our grocery aisles from the convenience of your home. Other unique items include sweets like durvesh chikki and motichoor ladoo. Along with these exclusive products, you can also find great discounts! 

Our customer service is available to assist you 24/7 so feel free to reach out about any questions or concerns. Also, we would love to hear your feedback. If there is an item you can’t find and that you would like to see, we could work on possibly supplying it.