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Apple korma

Another exotic apple dish , apples are very healthy try to include apples in lots of ways in your regular healthy dite ..
Apple korma



What all we required:

For apples

4 ....big golden apples
2 cup water ......to boil

Cut apples into cubes and boil in 2 cup of water till they become little soft , you can steam or microwave also if you want . My apples where little hard so I used boiling method , you can decide this yourself if your apples are soft then you can steam or sauté , even micro is a good option .


For korma gravy

2 medium onions,chopped
3 flakes garlic,crushed
1 inch ginger,crushed
3 large tomatoes,pureed
1 tsp red-chilli powder
1/2 tsp garam masala powder
1/2 tsp dhania(corainder) powder
1/2 tsp cumin powder
2 tsp powdered poppy seeds
1/2 tsp sugar
1 tbsp ground cashewnuts
1/4 cup curd+ 1/4 cup fresh cream mix and whip

. Soak 4-5 cashew nuts and 1tbsp poppy seed in 4tbsp of water. If you are not using powdered seeds and nuts .
. Heat oil in a pan add cardamom, cinnamon and stir for a min, add onion , garlic & ginger sauté for few min till light golden brown .
. Cool and grind into fine paste
· Add the pureed tomatoes and the masala powders.
· The gravy will begin to thicken.
. Mix cream and curd together and beat it properly
· Add cream and curd mixture into it.
· Mix in some water if necessary.
· When the gravy comes to a boil add sautéed apples in it

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