Unlike most curries which by reputation are spicy and hot, the Kurma dish is quite mild and slightly sweet tasting. Kurma dish is hearty and creamy, heavily scented with rich flavored spices such as fennel, cumin, star Anise, nutmeg and many more. Once it was the noble dish worthy for the Mughal emperors but with the invention of Dapur Spices Kurma Seasoning Mix, you can enjoy this delicious traditional dish at the comfort of your home!
Kurma is originated from the Turkish word kavurmais which means ‘cooked meat.’ It also spells as Khurma or Korma and considered as one of the less spicy versions of curry. It purportedly originated for Persia and was brought into India by the Mughal Empire in the sixteenth century. Kurma dish can be mildly spiced or fiery hot too, according to your preferences. This dish works well with any choice of proteins – chicken, lamb or beef.