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Badaam Korma

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Times Food
08th May, 2019 17:23 IST

The month of Ramadan is all about fasting and gorging on sumptuous delicacies. One such tasty dish is Badam Korma, which is a staple at most Iftar tables and also on Eid. It's an age-old tradition to have mutton dishes on Eid. This dish has lamb pieces cooked in almond flavoured gravy. Served with rice or chapati, this Korma will certainly please your taste buds. The ingredients you need are lamb, milk, ghee. almonds, fresh cream, water, cloves and green cardamom. We have used lamb in this recipe but can also prepare it using chicken. The creamy badam gravy adds an interesting touch to Korma and makes it different from the regular ones. Serve it at kitty parties, buffets and Iftar parties and earn compliments from your guests for your amazing culinary skills. So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and try this Korma recipe now and relish it with your loved ones. If you enjoy this recipe, you might also like Goshtaba, Murgh Musallam and Shahi Rogan Josh. Do give them a try as well.

INGREDIENTS

500 gm lamb

1/2 cup ghee

5 green cardamom

3 clove

3 cloves garlic

2 cinnamon stick

1/4 cup almonds

1/4 cup milk

1/4 cup fresh cream

0 water as required

How to make Badaam Korma

Step 1

To prepare this delicious recipe, take a pot over medium flame and boil water in it. Add the lamb cubes to the pot and blanch them for a couple of minutes. Meanwhile, soak the garlic in 1/2 cup of water and keep the water for later use. Then, wash the meat pieces in cold water and keep aside.

Step 2

Now, take a pan over medium flame and add ghee to it. When the ghee is a little hot, add the meat along with green cardamoms, garlic water, cloves, cinnamon stick, and salt. Bring the mixture to a boil while stirring frequently.

Step 3

Fry the meat till it turns light brown and then, add water. When the meat is tender and a little water is remaining, take it off the pan and allow it to cool down.

Step 4

While the meat cools down, pour the blanched almonds into a mixer and blend it into a paste. When the meat has cooled down, pour the almond paste over it along with the fresh cream. Toss them together so everything is evenly coated.

Step 5

Now, return the mixture to the pan over a low flame and allow it to simmer for a couple of minutes while stirring frequently. Cook till it's heated thoroughly.

Step 6

Transfer the korma to a serving dish and enjoy the delicious dish!

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