Creamy Chicken Korma

Recipe for Mughlai Chicken Korma a Traditional Indian Dish . A Delicious and Flavorful Curry with Aromatic Spices and Herbs.

Slice –  2 -3 Onions –  2 inch Pc Ginger – 6-8 Cloves Garlic – 2 green chilli

Spice – 1 tsp. Chilli –  1 tbsp. Coriander Powder – 1 tsp. Garam Masala – 1 tsp. Turmeric Powder – +/- 2 tsp. Salt  –  Spice Mix

Saute – 1 tbsp. Butter (or Oil) – Sliced  Items  – 2 mnts.  – Spice Mix – Stir 1 mnt. – Cool  – To Blend

Blend –  Saute above –   3 Tomatoes – 1/2 Cup Coriander Leaves – 1/2  Cup Mint Leaves –  1/2 Cup  Cashewnuts 1/2 Cup Yogurt – 2 tbsp. Desiccated Coconut  – Pinch Sugar –  Grind – Rough Paste –  Marinade

Marinate – 1 kg. Chicken – Bite Size Pcs –  in  Marinade – 1/2 hr.

Cook –  Bring to Boil – Cook Low Flame – Till done. 25- 30 mnts

Enjoy Delicious Chicken Korma with Rice or Naan.

Note –  Adjust Salt and Spices to Taste.  Use Almonds instead of Cashew.

Recipe for Mughlai Chicken Korma a Traditional Indian Dish Delicious and Flavorful Curry with Aromatic Spices and Herbs.

 

 

 

 

 

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20 thoughts on “Creamy Chicken Korma

  1. Looks delicious. My wife is an enthusiastic cook and loves experimenting with things. She might not emerge victorious every time, but it sure doesn’t dampen her spirits. And I always keep thanking her for my high Cholesterol :).

    I even wrote a piece myself dedicated to her range of culinary adventures. You could share your thoughts.
    https://wordskraft.com/the-food-ninjas/

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      1. So kind of you to respond so quickly. I have some cauliflower on hand and you are making my mouth water. Thank you. Perhaps my efforts are little but nature has given us so much that it is the least I can do. The production of meat and poultry is so hard on the environment. Thanks again.

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