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|By :The Complete Indian IP Cookbook by Chandra Ram|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook, Sauté|
|Prep Time||10 minutes|
|Cook Time||25 minutes|
My son made this for dinner- it was Delicious!
This recipe lists garlic quantity as 1/2 cup. Is this correct?
I have the same question Michele has, 1/2 CUP of garlic? I’d like to try it but don’t want to waste the ingredients on a typo! Please reply!
Hi! Yes, that’s the right amount of garlic. The flavor mellows in the stew – I promise!
Thank you Chandra
Good taste added potatoes into the receipe
Came out very watery. I would eliminate the beef broth next time. I used xanthan gum to thicken because I did not want to take the time for a reduction. Flavors quite wonderful, thank you…
I have a hard time finding the kashmiri Chili. Does anyone has an alternative?
You can find Kashmiri Chili powder either at Wal-Mart or order it online on Amazon. Kashmiri chili powder is similar to a mild type of chili powder, so you could substitute using a mixture of cayenne and sweet paprika. Or you could use regular chili powder.
Sorry, but this was not a winner for me. Way too watery. Another user suggested omitting the beef broth. Probably a good idea. The watery sauce also might explain why the recipe as a whole seemed under-seasoned, and I made the recipe using every ingredient as specified. If I were to make this again, I would omit the broth and add some heat. This was just too bland for our tastes.
Hi Dr B,
The beef broth is the only liquid in the recipe, which is needed for the Instant Pot to pressure cook. If it is too watery for your taste you can reduce the sauce after cooking and increase the spice to your liking.
Can the beef broth be substituted with another liquid?
You can substitute another watery-like liquid. I would recommend mushroom broth to get a similar taste.
Even though everybody is hating on this recipe for being too watery, that is how it is supposed to be. Everything about it is amazing tasting and it is fun and easy to make. If you want a thicker korma, double the recipe and leave the beef broth the same or half the recipe. I served mine on basmati rice. If you want it to be more spicy, than put in a teaspoon of ground chili pepper, that you crush into a powder with a mortar and pestle and put a tiny bit of water and cornstarch to make a paste.