Chicken/Mutton Korma

Chicken / Mutton Korma

Joshi's Kitchen Art authentic Chicken / Mutton Korma, Thane

A noble dish that once graced the banquet tables of the imperial Mughal court, rich with cream and nuts and heavily scented with expensive spices, has become a byword for bland, a “starter” curry, beloved of children and others with unadventurous tastes.

But our Chicken Korma is nothing like that! Full of flavours and succulent chicken pieces are screaming to be dipped into a piece of fresh naan. The Chicken/Mutton korma is a beloved Indian recipe that came from the Moghuls. Consisting of meat or vegetables braised with yogurt or cream, water or stock, and spices to produce a thick sauce or glaze. It is rich, creamy, full of spices and flavours and bland is definitely not what you will feel with each bite you take….

So the next time when you want to indulge in a hearty meal that could never go wrong try our Chicken/Mutton Korma. Be ready to loosen up those pants and make this delectable dish a part of your lunch/dinner menu.

Call us now to order this exquisite curry… For Best Non Veg curries in Thane contact Joshi’s Kitchen Art – Catering & Homemade food service provider on 9833402240

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Chapli Kebab

A chapli kebab in Pakistan and much of the middle world, is essentially a small

amount of ground meat formed into patties, and then shallow fried on a tawa. While most kebabs are cooked and served on skewers, these chapli kebabs are not. Chapli means sandal in Dari, so a chapli kebab is meant to be as thin as the sole of a sandal. The dish is prepared with simple spices and ingredients and yet it has a special taste. Here at Joshi’s Kitchen Art, The preparation of chapli kababs are indigenous and therefore the use of pomegranate seeds and dry coriander seeds, makes the chapli kebab so unique in taste. Try our chapli with raita and salad. Call us today!

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Shami Kebab

Shami kebabs were apparently invented by a highly skilled chef for a toothless Nawab of Lucknow. The Nawab was so fat from overindulgence that he couldn’t get on a horse, and his teeth were all gone, presumably for the same reason. So a kebab was made so fine that it required no teeth to eat it. When I hear stories like that I’m inclined to think, ‘If you believe that, you’ll believe anything.’ But then again, it’s a nice story, and so are the kebabs – silky smooth and stuffed with just a little finely chopped onion, mint and green chilli. Our rendition of the Shami Kebab is what heaven looks like. A single bite and you’ll be surely transported to a heaven-like place immediately. Why wait order now!

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Galouti Kebab

Galouti kebab, also known as, galawati kebab is a popular Lucknawi preparation made with finely minced meat – the meat usually being lamb or goat. The name ‘Galouti’ means melt in the mouth, and true to its etymology, the dish does melt in the mouth owing to the finesse of the mince. This kebab was created especially for the aging Nawab Wajid Ali Shah of Lucknow who had lost all his teeth but continued to be a connoisseur of good food, particularly meat. Hence, the royal kitchen devised this brilliant melt in the mouth and easy to eat Galouti Kebab.

This easy yet intricate delicacy has to be made with utmost finesse. Here at Joshi’s Kitchen Art, We have recreated the most softest, mushiest version of this delightful recipe. Give it a try and be sure to have it melt in your mouth within seconds… Galouti kebabs are best had with fresh coriander and mint chutney with a side of lemon and onions. Order a portion of Galouti and delight your guests at the next get together!

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