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  • n. Plural form of korma.


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  • I have found spices fascinating as far back as I can remember, since the time I was a little kid and my mum prepared marvelous spicy kormas, chutneys and curries (she is a superb cook, so maybe she should take the credit).

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  • A popular restaurant-style dish as well as one made at home for special occasions, kormas are made using many different recipes in different parts of India.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • This is her "Magic Masala" which completely elevates the taste of many North Indian dishes like kormas and biryanis, instantly giving them that rich "restaurant taste" without the accompanying greasiness.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • It offers a delightful spread of delicate kebabs, currys and kormas - some cooked with a tasty twist.

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  • In northern India, the leaves are used to perfume spice mixes, kormas, and Kashmiri curries.

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  • Kebabs and kormas were the mainstay of Mughal banquets.

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  • Charlie gestures at Todd's food, which looks dreadfully unappealing and drab, no red vindaloos or golden kormas to be found.]



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