Rampuri To Dhaniwal: 5 Types Of Mutton Korma You Must Try
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If you are a hardcore non-vegetarian fan, then you would have surely relished some amazing mutton dishes such as galouti kebab, laal maas, lamb handi, khatta meat, and rogan josh. Prepared with tender, flavoursome and succulent pieces of meat, each bite of these delights can take you to seventh heaven. Mutton is extremely versatile and is enjoyed in different ways all over the world. 

But have you ever tried mutton korma? Korma is a lip-smacking delight that is prepared with juicy meat chunks (chicken or mutton) cooked in a creamy gravy, along with the flavouring of cashew paste and aromatic spices. Served with naan, roti, and rice, it is perfect for a dinner party at home. Talking particularly about mutton korma, there are plenty of ways to prepare it. 

If you are also craving some delicious mutton korma for your next dinner, here are five mouth-watering options that are worth a try:

Rampuri Korma 

This North Indian variety of mutton korma has a mildly spicy flavour, making it perfect for everyone in the family. Prepared with mutton chops and aromatic spices like chilli powder, black pepper, garam masala, and saffron, it is perfect for all kinds of family occasions. Rampuri korma pairs perfectly with rice as well as naan. 

Bhopali Gosht Korma

This korma is straight from the ‘city of lakes’ Bhopal. Belonging to the kitchens of Nawab, it has a rich and spicy flavour. Earlier, during the rule of kings, this delight used to be a part of royal feasts and jashans. Javitri, kewra water, peppercorns, red chilli, cardamom, and curd are the main ingredients of this recipe. And they are best paired with naan or roti.

Awadhi Gosht Korma

This delicacy belongs to the royal kitchen of Awadh. Prepared in traditional Lucknowi dum style, it has yoghurt and nut-based gravy. To prepare this recipe, you need lamb meat, brown onions, nuts, yoghurt, rose water, saffron, and a myriad of spices like cardamom, red chillies, garam masala, and nutmeg. Along with rice and roti, this hearty dish also goes well with sheermal. 

Marchwangan Korma

If you are fond of spicy food, then this dish is perfect for you. Marchwangan korma is a gift of Kashmiri cuisine, and its spiciness is surely going to awaken your soul. The term'marchwangan' in Kashmiri means red chilly, and this recipe is true to its name. Prepared with ghee, tender mutton chunks, and ground spices like cumin, cinnamon, ginger, and red chilli, it can be served with any Indian flatbread.

Dhaniwal Korma 

This is another mutton delight from the land of Kashmir. The term dhaniwal means coriander, which means this recipe uses a generous amount of coriander along with nut paste and spices like cardamom, cloves, pepper, and saffron. You can relish this rich and creamy dish with khamiri roti, Kashmiri pulao, or rice.