Rampuri Korma Recipe
How To Make Rampuri Korma
About Rampuri Korma Recipe: A rich and delicious lamb curry, full of spices, this can be a perfect dinner party option.
- Total Cook Time1 hr 30 mins
- Prep Time 20 mins
- Cook Time1 hr 10 mins
- Recipe Servings4
Ingredients of Rampuri Korma
- 450 gms Lamb Shoulder (Boneless, cut into 2 inch cubes)
- 120 gms Clarified Butter (Desi Ghee)
- 6 Green Cardamom
- 2 Sticks (1 inch) Cinnamon
- 4 Cloves
- 125 gms Onions (Thin Slice)
- 25 gms Garlic Paste
- 15 gms Ginger Paste
- to taste Salt
- 6 gram Coriander Seed Powder
- 125 gms Yoghurt (Whisk well)
- 5 gram Red Chilli Powder
- (Blend with water to make a fine paste) Roasted Cashew
- 3 gram Green Cardamom Powder (Chotti Elaichi)
- 1.5 gram Black Pepper Powder
- A pinch of Mace Powder (Javitri)
- 5 Drops Rose Water (Gulaabjal)
- (Soak in 1 tablespoon water) half gram Saffron
How to Make Rampuri KormaHideShow Media
Add clarified butter to a pot, set to medium heat, add cardamom, cinnamon and cloves and stir until the cardamom changes colour.
Then add onions and stir and roast until the onions are golden brown. Add the lamb, increase heat and stir and roast for a minute.
Reduce heat to medium, add ginger and garlic pastes, salt and stir. Then add coriander powder and stir and roast until fat appears on the sides.
Now add yoghurt followed by the red chilli powder and continue to stir and roast until fat appears on the sides.
Add cashew paste and stir and roast until fat appears on the sides.Add half a litre of water or lamb stock, bring to a boil, cover, reduce heat and simmer, stirring occasionally until lamb is fully cooked.
Remove from heat and pick out the lamb pieces from the pot into a new pan. Sprinkle the cardamom, pepper, mace, rosewater and saffron on the lamb.
Now strain the gravy through a fine mesh soup strainer into the new pan.Bring to a boil, adjust the seasoning and remove.Transfer to a bowl and serve.