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What is the mildest Indian curry ?

What is the mildest Indian curry ?

What is the mildest Indian curry ?

Indian restaurant menus often serve different varieties of curries and the two mildest curries of all are - Korma (Navratan, Chicken) and pasanda (Paneer). Both Korma and pasanda are made in butter, cream, onion, nut paste, cardamom and curd. Both dishes have a smooth creamy texture.

Herbs like red bell peppers and ginger-garlic are added to complement the lighter flavours of Korma that has a garnishing of saffron which makes it look yellowish. Those who want to avoid heavy cream can use coconut milk to get a creamy texture.

Restaurants make use of different recipes to prepare such dishes. You can prepare the base of the dish with extra onion or can use more of garlic and ginger paste. The amount of herbs or spices is added as per predetermined standards. There is no set rule for the use of herbs, onion or nut paste. 

Pasanda is whitish and it tastes milder than korma. To reduce cost, some restaurants do not use saffron in Korma, and some use almond paste instead of cashew paste to lower the overall cost of preparation of the dish.

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