Mutton Korma Recipe in Urdu & English
The celebrations of Bakra Eid are about to commence and there’s no better recipe that says festivity other than the delectable Mutton Korma recipe. This traditional Pakistani recipe is one of the most beloved recipes of the country and served at many occasions like parties, social gatherings and wedding ceremonies etc. there are many other traditional recipes that you should take a look on the Sooperchef menu which include the special nargisi kofta, the delectable namkeen tikka boti, the tasty and nutritious qeema Karahi recipe and the creamy chicken malai boti recipe etc. the korma is basically a meat curry recipe in which the meat or vegetables are braised with cream or yogurt, water or stock along with the addition of spices to produce a thick glaze like sauce. The word korma is derived from the Urdu language and it refers to “braising”. The recipe has roots and a history that dates back to the 16th century when the Indian subcontinent was under the rule of the Mughal Dynasty and it is one of the most well known and characteristic recipes of the royal Mughal kitchens. A korma can be mildly spiced, creamy or fiery hot and spicy as there are thousands of variations and cooking processes that vary from place to place. It can be made with mutton, lamb, beef, chicken, veal and sometimes vegetables like turnips and spinach. You can find the complete recipe of Mutton Korma Recipe along with its preparation method in Urdu and English language on sooperchef.pk.