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Navratan korma:-

very easy to make and delicious to eat believe me.......

Paneer / cottage cheese…….250 gm
Ginger garlic paste…..1tsp

Mix vegetable:-

Cauliflower …….100gm
Peas…………….50 gm
Beans……………50 gm
Mix fruit cocktail tin…….1/2 tin
Cashew paste………….2 tsp
Tomato puree………..3tbsp
Curd……………1/2 cup
Coriander powder…….1tsp
Chilly powder………….1/2tsp
Turmeric powder………1/2 tsp
Salt as per taste


1.      Chopped onion and green chilly

2.      Cut mix vege in ¼ inch pieces ,steam it in micro for 5 min or boil

3.      Heat oil in a pan add onion ,green chilly and ginger garlic paste in it and mix well

4.      Cook till oil separate add tomato puree and curd in it (beat curd before adding )

5.      Add all dry masala in it and mix well ,add cashew paste in it and “ bhoono” it properly

6.      Now add mix fruit’s and mix vege in it and stir well

7.      Add little water to make thick gravy  your nevratan korma is ready to eat

8.      Garnish with fresh cream and coriander

9.      Serve hot with nan or tandoori roti 'Indian bread'


Anonymous said…
My favorite! Thanks for the recipe! Its amazing

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