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Chicken Korma Recipe?

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PicklingJessica Aug 10, 2006 05:44 PM

Hi everyone,

I am planning to cook Chicken korma. Has anyone got a nice recipe?

TIA

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    Val Aug 10, 2006 11:51 PM

    I have a Madhur Jaffrey book here at home (From Curries to Kebabs) and it offers 3 styles of Korma, Indian, Bangladeshian and Malaysian...the one from Bangladesh calls for two pretty exotic ingredients, namely rose water and screw pine water. The Malaysian version is a little different, more spices and the use of coconut milk. I cannot post the actual recipes here due to copyright laws but you could seek out this cookbook in your library if you are so inclined.

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      gtrekker2003 Aug 10, 2006 11:09 PM

      http://www.apnalahore.com/is/ShowReci...

      This is a great site for Indian or Pakitani recipes. I've been told that these recipes are very authentic though the organization of the website is not so great. Enjoy!

      gtrekker2003

      1. Candy Aug 10, 2006 08:15 PM

        I looked in my Indian books and there was no kormas. There is a lamb keema which is pretty close in Suvir Saran's Indian Home Cooking. So I got curious and Googled Chicken Korma and many recpies came up from all over. They all have slight variations but are pretty similar over all.

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          PicklingJessica Aug 10, 2006 10:29 PM

          I have cooked korma (kurma) before using a, I hate to admit, ready made sauce. This time I wanted to cook from scratch. I searched too and found very many recipes. Rather than trying to pick one out, it would be ideal if someone had one that was great. Korma/Kurma can be found in Northern India (where I've eaten it).

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