After losing 80 lbs by following a restricted calorie, low carb, keto diet, I use this blog to share easy and delicious recipes from around the world with foodies who enjoy good food, but don’t always have the time to cook elaborate meals. I’ve chosen to keep it largely ad-free, except for a few helpful affiliate links.
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Easily made and delicious!
Very easy recipe and even better as a leftover the next day!
Looks so good! How spicy was it?
Can someone please answer a question regarding the saffron snd milk mixture? When I open this recipe in the app it says 1 Tablespoon pinch of saffron and 2 non dairy milk. A tablespoon of saffron is much different than a pinch. And 2 what of non dairy milk? Thanks!
First, yes, the unit of measurement is missing from the saffron instructions (I assumed 2 tablespoons). Also, the non dairy milk is not in the ingredients list. Finally, the last line says to pour over rice. There is no rice in the ingredients list or in the instructions until that point. After ovecoming these issues, yes, it is a very tasty dish.
Oh, also, recipe calls for slivered almonds, but pic clearly shows sliced almonds.
That was my first time using and making that recipe it was very delicious
I put in 1/4 of serrano and it was fine, spicy wise. My kids can’t take too much heat; It would have been too much with the amount called for. In the end I added a splash of whipping cream and a huge pinch of fenugreek (kasoori methi) it could have used even more. (The fenugreek made the dish). A box of it lasts for quite a while and is awesome in all sorts of stuff.
Also…next time i’ll use cashews.
Mariac, I printed the recipe and the printout has the “1” and the “pinch saffron strands” in bold type, with the “tablespoons” and “soaked in 2non-dairy milk” in regular type. So I think it’s supposed to be 1 pinch saffron strands soaked in 2 tablespoons non-dairy milk.
Urvashi’s chicken korma is awesome the first day even better as leftovers. One of the best chicken recipes you can find, super delicious!
This was delicious!!!! My husband and I devoured the Korma. Minor minor changes. In the sauce recipe….we used 1 cup of a homemade Ro Tel original recipe for the chopped tomatoes and Serranto chile. Also used boneless/skinless chicken thighs cut in to 8ths. Sauteed them first then added the sauce recipe. Cooked as per the recipe…10 minutes and used natural release. Once done, used saute, added coconut milk and cilantro. Made Indian Spiced spinach (yummly) and jasmine rice. Wonderful.
Hi! Thanks for the recipe. I’m sorry for not understanding, but to be clear- you stir the milk, tomato paste and garam masala into the pot at the end, put the chicken back in and then serve? No more cooking at that point?
Are there other options for the almonds/cashews? Im allergic to tree nuts
Delicious and easy
My familyloved the dish but it didnt taste anything like korma. I’ll make it again as a ‘curry’ but not if i want a korma
This is the first time ive ever made indian food that tastes like from the restaurant!
Chicken came out rubbery and sauce wasn’t thick enough.
This recipe was fantastic! It was very simple and i did everything the recipe said. At the end, I mixed in the saffron, cilantro and coconut milk. My spuce adjustment was adding a small amount of Major Grey’s Chutney for a hint of sweet and a little acidity. Delicious!
Delicious. I made this according to the instructions and using chicken breasts. It came out perfectly… tender, flavorful, and genuinely easy. To my surprise, the sauce actually came out rich and thick, and it wasn’t overly spicy.
I got a burn error message on my instant pot. I followed the instructions exactly.
Got the burn message and felt like it was missing something. Not enough fat perhaps. I did used breasts so that is likely part of the problem.
Very tasty! Super simple and the family loved it!
Yummy… i just a drained can of diced tomatoes, and a drained can of fire roasted chilis. Added 3/4+c of the coconut milk( not full fat)
Wonderful recipe. Used 2 tbsp of almond butter instead of almonds for the korma sauce. Served it up at a party and it was a hit!