Like all curries, Korma can be vegetarian or contain shrimp, fish, chicken, or beef. Some of the main ingredients in Korma are coconut milk, yogurt, nuts and seeds.
You can find Korma paste in most international or Indian markets. I’m pretty sure gourmet markets like Whole Foods, Wegmans and Bristol Farms carry it too.
Korma has different spellings depending on its region so when you’re shopping for it look for kormaa, qorma, khorma, or kurma. (Wikipedia, 2012).
Curry tastes better as the days go by, which makes it a fantastic leftover. You can store it in the fridge for up to 5 days and in the freezer for up to a month!
Ok. Enough chit chatter, let’s get to it. If you want to turn your kitchen into the middle east and wow your family and friends, click the link for my super easy Korma Shrimp and Veggies and check out what I did with the leftovers turning them into yummy Korma Shrimp and Chicken Pockets.
Korma. (2012). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korma