Chicken Korma

By Chef Parveen K

Preparation Time : 4 Hrs

Tags: Mughalai

315

Serves 1

Chicken Korma, also known as Qorma, is a dish originating from Persia. The word korma means ‘braise’, which refers to a cooking technique and has its variations in Azerbaijan, Turkey and the U.K.

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About the Dish

Chicken Korma, also known as Qorma, is a dish originating from Persia. The word korma means ‘braise’, which refers to a cooking technique and has its variations in Azerbaijan and Turkey. Chicken Korma has its roots in the Mughlai cuisine, which traces back to the Mughal conquest in the 16th century. According to folklore, the Mughal kitchen served this dish to Shah Jahan and his guests during the inauguration of Taj Mahal. The dish consists of chicken prepared in yoghurt (dahi) or cream with some spices to bring a unique taste.

How to Eat

The dish is supposed to be eaten hot to enjoy juicy and tender chicken. The dish is mildly spicy with a gravy like consistency. You can enjoy this exquisite dish at either lunch or dinner with your family with some accompaniment like a flatbread of your choice or some steamed rice.

About the Chef

Chef Parveen K

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