North Indian Chicken Korma is a mild creamy meat curry which is infused with a subtle blend of spices and ground nuts. This mild curry works well with, chicken or vegetables.
Spices used in this recipe
Curry Northern Indian Korma – Mild
Korma is a delicacy in South Asia, particularly in Northern India, which has its root traced back to all the way to Mughlai cuisine of the Mughal Empire in medieval India. This spice blend consists of various spices and herbs that have a mild flavour, emphasizing the beautifully fragrant but subtle spices and the delicious creaminess of the sauce. The mild flavour of this curry makes it suitable for the whole family. Though popularly chicken, lamb and beef are used for the base of korma, this well-balanced curry blend can be used with any curry base.$3.45
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Heat oil/ghee in a saucepan, add garlic, ginger & onion. Sauté 5min.
Add North Indian Chicken Korma Spice mix to onions, Sauté further 5 min.
Add chicken, brown well on a high heat to caramelise flavour (5min). Add chicken stock & bring to the boil.
Reduce heat and simmer 10 min.
Mix almond meal & yoghurt together first to prevent curdling, Add to chicken & simmer 5 min. Add lemon juice & fresh coriander just before serving.
Serve with naan (or roti) and rice.