Dry Navratan Korma Recipe

Dry Navratan Korma Recipe is a variation of the curry version of the same. Navratan Korma aka Nine- Gem-Curry gets its name after the nine ingredients 9 vegetables, fruits and nuts used in making a creamy, semi-sweet Mughlai Curry.

This royal curry was made in the imperial kitchens known as ‘Bawarchi Khana’ for the Kings and the Queens during the Mughal Era. Navratan Korma is a blend of spices with cream and nut paste.

The royalty looks in the very first looks of the delicacy specially when it is garnished with fried cottage cheese and fruits. Usually Navratan Korma has a thick creamy curry, but you always have an option to add water, milk while cooking to increase the volume of the curry so that it can go well with rice.

Serve Dry Navratan Korma along with Dal Banjara Recipe and Phulkas for an everyday meal. Goes well with Kashmiri Pulao or Butter Naan, accompanied with some fresh green salad and Cucumber and Green Chilli Raita.

Here are a few more Dry Sabzi Recipes, that you must try for the everyday recipes:

  1. Dry Chole Recipe (Dry Masala Chickpeas)
  2. Dry Methi Malai Matar Recipe
  3. Hari Dhania Ki Sabzi (Fresh Coriander leaves Dry Curry) Recipe