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Chicken Pistachio Korma

Our Korma curry, representing the color of moonlight, is of Persian influence and is inspired by the Awadh region of India. It is a smooth and creamy masterpiece that infuses hints of star anise and cloves in a buttery coconut base to punctuate any meal. It is Rupen's Korma creamy almond coconut curry. Our Korma Curry is ready to use straight out of the jar. Saute meat or vegetables, add curry, simmer for a few minutes, and your curry is done! One jar is sufficient for one lb of meat or vegetables.

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Turkey Pineapple Korma

Turkey Pineapple Korma is an easy-to-make stew for the cold season. Alternately, you can prepare this recipe in a crockpot (on low heat for 4 hours). Pineapple and sautéed red onions make this curry sweeter than usual. You can use any other red meat or chicken or even hearty vegetables for this recipe.

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IKEA Meatballs in Korma Sauce

This is possibly one of the easiest dishes you could ever make. We fried them here cause it adds texture, but you could cook them any other way. As long as you get them warm so you can add our Korma curry sauce.  YouTube: IKEA Meatballs in Korma Sauce   Serves: 2 Ingredients 2 cups canola oil 18 IKEA Vegan meatballs (or any other) 1 Tablespoon ghee 1/2 cup whole milk 1 bottle of Rupen's Korma sauce   Instructions In a small saucepan over medium heat, heat canola oil to 350 F. Deep-fry meatballs in batches so as to not overcrowd the saucepan. Remove after 3 minutes or until golden brown on the outside and place on paper towels. Repeat until all...

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