Lush, creamy and spicy, chicken korma is among the popular dishes exported form India. Chicken korma was brought to India by the Moghul emperors who conquered the land from the 16th to the 18th century.
The Muslim rulers were lovers of creamy dishes full of spices and nuts. This authentic chicken korma recipe is a testament to those preferrences. The word korma, refers to the style of cooking in which meat or vegetables are stewed in a yogurt sauce.
Serve this authentic chicken korma recipe with a side of aromatic basmati rice. As a special touch to your meal, perhaps you would enjoy a refreshing mango lassi.
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