The expression "korma" means braise, which is inferred from a Turkish word kavuruma which means cooked meat. It is a trademark Moghul dish which could be followed back to the sixteenth century and to the Mughal invasions into present-day Northern India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Traditionally, a korma is characterized as a dish where meat or vegetables are braised with water, stock, and yogurt or cream included.
Thursday, 11 September 2014
Thursday, 15 August 2013
Naan is an Indian bread recipe which we love to eat. I usually cook this at home, but couldn’t share the recipe here. The taste is bit different from roti and well goes with any spicy gravy. Found that Naan is traditionally cooked in a clay oven called tandoor. I adapted this recipe from Chef Sanjay Thumma and in his video recipe, he explains how to cook it in an oven or even on stove top.
Friday, 2 August 2013
Today I have a special guest to Food Corner. She visited here with a yummy dish to share with all of us. I am sure most of you know her and love her recipes. She is Veena of Great Secret of Life. She is one of the fellow buddies I met through this journey and I always appreciate her cooking style ranging from Indian recipes to recipes from other cuisines. If you visit her space, you will amaze with her photography style same as I do.
Friends, do drop by her space and get a taste of her recipes. And don’t forget to have a bite from the below Zucchini Poriyal.
Friday, 7 December 2012
Bonchi Mallung? Actually I am not sure whether we cook Green Beans as mallung in Sri Lanka. Anyway I haven’t tasted any Bonchi Mallung when I was in Sri Lanka. Anyway this recipe is adapted from Kerala Green Bean Thoran Recipe. Kerala recipes are more similar to Sri Lankan recipes. Therefore it is very easy to adapt. This recipe is not exactly the same as Kerala Bean Thoran but I have adapted with Sri Lankan spices and taste. So, enjoy my Bonchi Mallung recipe.
Friday, 16 November 2012
Chapathi / Chapati is another Indian Flat Bread which use Whole Wheat Flour. These days I look for new recipes, which I can adapt with my everyday Sri Lankan Cooking.
Labels: Bread/Bun/Pizza recipes, breakfast, Chapathi, Chapati, dinner, Indian, Indian Flat Bread, roti, Wheat Flour
Tuesday, 23 October 2012
This Indian Roti recipe is delicious with a spicy curry. These days I am much interested in exploring some roti recipes, as I want to find more easy ideas for breakfast & dinner. I found this Indian Roti recipe & tried .It is delicious & love the crispy taste.
Labels: All Purpose Flour Roti, Bread/Bun/Pizza recipes, breakfast, dinner, flat bread, Indian, Indian Flat Bread, Maida Roti, roti
Friday, 28 September 2012
I am a big fan of Chef Sanjay Thumma. Most of his recipes are always with a cooking demonstration/video. This is one of the main reasons for me to like his recipes. Because instructions are very clear. There is another reason. He is a very cheerful person & therefore his cooking videos are very live & attractive.
This Chicken korma recipe is adapted from a recipe of Chef Sanjay Thumma.