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The Indian Restaurant Menu Explained

KORMA, KURMA

Korma is the definitive mild curry on the Indian restaurant menu. It is typically prepared with butter and thickened with single cream and coconut milk to give a very, very mild creamy sauce. Spicing would be more subtle, and there would be more use of aromatic spices such as cardomom, clove and cinnamon rather than the more robust spices such as chilli, cumin, black pepper etc.

If you ever have the misfortune to have to drag somebody to an Indian restaurant because they ‘hate’ spicy food, then this is the dish to steer them towards.

B

BALTI

BHUNA

BIRYANI, BIRIANI

C

CHAPATTI

D

DHANSAK, DANSAK

DOPIAZA, DUPIAZA

J

JALFREZI, JALFRAZI, JHALL FRYZY, ZALI FREZI etc, etc.

K

KORMA, KURMA

M

MADRAS

N

NAN BREAD, NAAN

P

PHALL

PURI

R

RICE

ROGAN JOSH

S

SAMBER

SHAMI KEBAB

SHEEK KEBAB, SHEIK KEBAB

T

TANDOORI

TIKKA

TIKKA MASSALA

V

VINDALOO

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