Chicken Shahi Korma is packed with a punch of a variety of masalas that are nicely cooked with tender and juicy chicken pieces. Chicken korma makes for the perfect main course to be enjoyed with hot steaming rice, pulao, naan, chapatti, and more. There are multiple versions of korma and one such version is the Shahi Chicken Korma. It is rich in flavour and creamy in texture due to the presence of nicely ground cashews.
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What is Chicken Shahi Korma?
Korma or Shahi Korma is another delicious invention from the Mughal era that is rich in taste and luxurious in texture. The word ‘korma’ or ‘qormā’ means ‘braise’ and it refers to the cooking technique of this popular dish. While there are vegetable versions of the korma, meats of a wide variety were usually used by the Mughals with the inclusion of freshly ground whole spices. This same dish turned out to be ‘Shahi,’ after the addition of cashew paste to give the korma a richer and creamier texture. What’s more?
- This Mughal dish dates back to the 16th century wherein the royal Mughal kitchens prepared a variety of kormas to serve the royal family.
- The flavour of any shahi korma dish lies in the perfection of the spice mix that is grounded one after the other to be cooked slowly with the choice of vegetables or meat.
- Today, you may see slight differences in the preparation of a shahi korma dish from region to region, based on their taste. For instance, the use of coconut in the South Indian flavours.