Tuesday, November 17, 2009

CHICKEN KORMA

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A traditional mild curry which has its root in Persian and Indian cuisine. Its uses coconut, yogurt, cashew,almond or cream in the cooking to give its distinctive flavor.My recipe used coconut milk, cashew and black peppercorn and quite easy to prepare. Best eaten with rice, naan and paratha.

INGREDIENTS

1 whole chicken cut and cleaned
1 cup coconut milk
3 potatoes cut into wedges
2 big onions cut into thick slice
1 carrot cut into small pieces
2 tomatoes sliced
2 green chillies slit
3 tbsp oil
2 tbsp ghee
2 tbsp coriander powder
1 tbsp cumin powder
1 tbsp fennel powder
1 tbsp black peppercorn crushed
10 cashew or almond ground
2 ins cinnamon
6 cloves
salt, lime juice
GROUND
6 shallots
3 cloves garlic
1 in ginger

METHOD

Heat oil and ghee, add the cinnamon,cloves,ground ingredients, salt and tomato, cook until soft.

Add the spices, little water and cook until oil floats on top.

Mix chicken, carrot and potato to the spices, add 2 cups water and let it boil.

Add coconut milk, green chili, big onion and cashew paste, simmer until cook.

Lastly add lemon juice and salt to taste.

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11 comments:

Peter and Nancy said...

Thanks for posting the korma recipe! I've had trouble one, so I appreciate it. We have one daughter whom we adopted from Kolkata, and are waiting for another -- so I am always experimenting with Indian recipes.
Nancy

Treat and Trick said...

Peter and Nancy..Thanks for visiting my blog. Hope you try out my recipe, if you did, do let me know the outcome ya. Happy trying!

MommyLES said...

wow, looks tasty i will try this receipe thank you for sharing it. have a good day!

Noobfoodie

cheerful said...

sounds yummy. love to try it. thanks for sharing your recipe! happy friday! :)

Treat and Trick said...

MommyLES...thanks for your lovely comment, hope you will try them soon...

cheerful...thanks for your sweet comment, have a great weekend dear...

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Christina said...

Wow, this sounds so delicious! Making me hungry!

Jay - agent112778 said...

hmmm i wonder how that taste. i always cook that w/o those spices. i want to try that so that i can taste the original

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Treat and Trick said...

http://foodtripfriday.net....Thanks dear...

Christina..Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving your sweet comment..

Jay - agent112778...Hope you will give it a try soon. I'm sure you are going to love them...

Jenn said...

This is wonderful! Looks appetizing!

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Boogieboard Cottage said...

This is sooo delicious looking! Thank you for linking to Masterpiece Monday. Mary :O)

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