I made a chicken korma, a very UNCONVENTIONAL one.
Before my marriage my MOTHER never made me cook even though I really wanted.
Instead of that, she used to make me observe her, which, I honestly hated.
She used to say "watch me and you will learn". At that time I found that so boring and wanted to be a part of the process by chopping, mixing, serving ...etc.
I always start watching her but I never been good in being a "passive follower".
In conclusion, I have never watched her making a dish from A to Z.
Humm...Mothers are INCREDIBLE. From the little I have seen, or lets say, she made me seen, is helping me a lot today.
THANKS to God, thanks to her.
She used to give me some TIPS in between and when I ended up in a kitchen alone by my own, those precious tips came on my mind.
The tip I am sharing with you comes actually from my GRAND mother -The most wonderful cook ever- who taught it to my mom and now I am here in this blog with you.************************
To make this, you first need to make a basic chicken curry. Even though I have my own recipe I decided to try a recipe from a blog.
So here goes a good basic chicken curry recipe ***CLICK HERE***
I followed the exact recipe a part that I did not add one ingredient : the chopped coconut.
When your basic chicken curry is ready, take 1 handful fresh mint leaves. Grind very well.. Add to the curry. One simmer.
Believe me, it's ready.
Hope you will give a try. Enjoy !