What is difference between mutton korma and mutton curry?

What is Mutton Korma? It’s a quintessential recipe from the Royal Indian Mughlai/Awadhi cuisine, where mutton or lamb, is braised/cooked in a mix of spices, almond-onion paste, ghee, yogurt and kewda water (light sweet-scented water). It’s is this Almond-Onion paste that differentiates Korma from a regular Curry dish’.

Is lamb or mutton better for Curry?

Taste the difference Generally speaking, lamb is a more tender and delicately-flavoured meat. Mutton is a rich, slightly gamey cut with bold flavours which mellow and deepen when slow cooked. The cuts themselves tend to be larger and darker than lamb too.

What is mutton masala made of?

1/2 cup coriander seeds. 4 nos red chillies. 4 nos kashmiri red chillies. 4 nos garlic.

Which part of mutton is best for Curry?

Bones are important for mutton curry to taste good, so it makes more sense to ask for a front leg or part of the back leg (more meat with fewer limbs and bones).

How long should mutton be cooked?

Can I boil mutton in a slow cooker?

Cooker and Heat Optimum Boiling Time
Standard Stovetop 2 hours
Slow Cooker on Low 6-8 hours
Slow Cooker on High 4 hours
Pressure Cooker 40 minutes

Is korma considered a curry?

As nouns the difference between korma and curry is that korma is a mild curry made from various spices especially coriander; and often with yoghurt sauce or nuts while curry is one of a family of dishes originating from south asian cuisine, flavoured by a spiced sauce.

What is the most popular Indian lamb dish?

Pasanda is a mild curry dish with several variations, the most popular one consisting of yogurt-marinated lamb, vegetables such as onions and tomatoes, and spices such as coriander, ginger, and turmeric. The word pasanda means favorite in Hindi, referring to the high-quality cut of lamb used in the dish.

Which part of mutton is best for curry?

Is meat a veg masala?

This is a Non-vegetarian product.

Can I use meat masala for chicken?

It is just identified as a Masala. Though nothing should stop you from using this spice blend in all of your recipes, but we like to grind this blend only when we make some special dishes of Mutton-Chicken or Veg gravies. To maintain the exclusivity, we named it Uttar Pradesh Meat Masala.