Tikka Masala, Korma, Vindaloo. All of these are prime examples of the curries which everyone has come to know and love. They are staple dishes on almost every curry-house menu across the country. If you scroll through food ordering apps, these are bound to crop up. It is perfectly understandable, then, that you may be looking for something which is new to your pallet. This is where we here at ChefOnline are pleased to offer some much-needed insight.
When it comes to a curry which is intricate in its preparation, you need look no further than the Tikka Xacuti. The original recipe is derived from the Goa region of India, and is notorious for the rigorous process involving spices, which goes into the dish. Poppy seeds, cinnamon, and coriander, are just some of the elements which are involved in making this meal so flavoursome. Recognised to be rather high on the heat scale, this is not a curry for the faint-hearted.
If you are someone that is seeking a meal which has a flavourful, solid balance between meat and vegetables, you need look no further than the Saag Gosht. This dish is easily recognisable – with pureed spinach being a key component, making this curry a rich and eye-catching green. Whilst not exuding heat, you won’t be disappointed by the delicious plethora of flavours which are present in each-and-every bite.
You may be unaware, but black pepper has an alternate name – kali mirch. Therefore, as is logical, the Kali Mirch dish involves a heavy dose of black pepper, giving the dish an intense heat. There is a harmony present in the flavours, however; honey is used to ensure that a sweet tang resonates on the tongue.
This dish’s name does not originate from a region or location in particular – it is in reference to the type of implement that it is used to cook it. A variation of a wok, the ‘Karahi’ is the name of the pot in Hindi. Consisting primarily of a combination of onions and peppers which have been slow-cooked, when combined with the chicken you are left with a sweet-tasting dish. This type of food is typically found throughout locations such as Bangladesh and India.
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