Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Navratan Korma


Navratan Korma or shall we also call it Nava Korma? Just kidding. Jokes aside, Navratan Korma made by Nava K is a truly inspiring thick, rich and fantastically flavorful Muglai and North Indian (Rice Pilaf) influenced curry basically (Cauliflower Curry, Drumstick Sambar & Vegan Potato Curry). Unlike the simplicity of Mutton Kurma and Vegetable Kurma I have shared before, Navratan Korma is an outcome of a home made paste, a combo of veggies and of course, ghee and curry leaves for the sensational aroma. What else should I say or must I include? Trust me and believe me, Navratan Korma is all about really pleasurable deliciousness. Whether you are a vegetarian (Vegetarian Sandwich, Mulligatawny SoupVegetable Biryani) or not, Navratan Korma I reckon will put a big broad smile on your face and pairing it is endless. Either for a full course vegetarian meal or what should stop you from pairing alongside whichever other dishes (Cashew Masala Chicken, Lamb Rogan Josh, Chloe Masala & Eggplant Tikka). 


Ingredients
To ground/blend
4 garlic
1/2 inch ginger
10 cashew nuts
1/2 tbsp kas-kas/poppy seeds
2 tbsp grated coconut
3 green chillies
1 red chilli

Vegetables
10 long beans - cut into 1 inch length
1 medium size carrot - remove skin and cut into medium size pieces
3 medium size potatoes - cut into medium size pieces (with or without the skin)
1/4 cabbage - cut into medium size pieces

Others
1 large onion - sliced
1 1/2 tsp turmeric/kunyit powder
1 tbsp lime juice (or per taste)
2-3 sprigs curry leaves - sliced/shredded
3 tbsp ghee
Salt for taste

Method
When oil is heated, sauté onion.
Add blended/grounded ingredients.
Continue to fry until oil splits.
Add carrot, potatoes and turmeric powder.
Stir for 1-2 mins.
Pour 3/4 litre of water and season with salt.
Stir and simmer so that carrot and potatoes are 3/4 tender.
Now add, cabbage, long beans, curry leaves and lime juice.
Stir and simmer to heat through and to soften veggies.
Remove from heat or dish out.


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10 comments:

  1. this reminds me of a certain thai dish - green curry!

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  2. Your last post on Google+ was showing mutton bone marrow curry. I thought that was your recent one.
    I love vegetables and specially the green color in the dish. This looks quite different from the korma curry that I have tried and cooked.Something I should try.

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  3. That is yummy korma curry Nava, I love to try for my appam.

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  4. Your chicken curry dish was satisfyingly full flavoured and totally fulfilling to the taste bud, so I'm sure the vegetarian dish will not disappoint as well, with your creative touch.

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  5. Your curry looks good . I like it with a lot of kacang panjang. they taste nicer

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  7. Thats an awesome looking curry and so easy to make :)

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  8. I am simply loving the colour of the curry...looks so yum

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  9. This looks delicious no matter the color curry taste amazing.

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