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Korma Curry Paste


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Ingredients

1 portion(s)

  • 1 tbsp cumin seeds, whole
  • 55 g raw cashews
  • 5 g fresh coriander leaves (approx 1/4c)
  • 60 g tomato paste
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 2 tbsp Deciccated Coconut
  • 1 tbsp Garam Masala (Everyday Cookbook)
  • 2-3 cm piece fresh ginger
  • 2 tsp Ground Coriander
  • 2 tsp sweet paprika
  • 2 tsp turmeric
  • 60 g vegetable oil
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Toast cumin seeds in a frying pan over a medium heat for 1-2 mins until aromatic. 

  2. Place toasted cumin seeds, cashews, fresh coriander, tomato paste, garlic, coconut, garam masala, ginger, ground coriander, paprika and turmeric into TM bowl and blend 20 secs/sp5.  Scrape and blend again 10 secs/sp5

  3. Add vegetable oil and blend on sp4-6 until a smooth paste forms, scraping when needed.  This can take 20-60 seconds.

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Tip

See recipe for Spicy Cauliflower and Leek Soup using this paste


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  • Very nice paste and easy to make, I think next...

    Submitted by Dorothy Lawes on 7. July 2018 - 18:43.

    Very nice paste and easy to make, I think next time I would add a bit of chilly. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Smells divine! I didn't have fresh ginger so I dry...

    Submitted by mad_catwoman on 7. May 2018 - 15:07.

    Smells divine! I didn't have fresh ginger so I dry fried 1 and a half tspns of dried ginger with the cumin seeds. I also didn't have coriander leaves, so just added an extra tspn of dried coriander. I think it'll be a keeper. Thanks for sharing.

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  • How much does the receipe yeild?

    Submitted by sam.hargreaves on 5. April 2018 - 16:02.

    How much does the receipe yeild?

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  • Has anyone left out the corriander leaves? If so...

    Submitted by SMcAllister77 on 25. September 2017 - 14:02.

    Has anyone left out the corriander leaves? If so is it still yummy? I don't have any but was thinking of making it. If I can avoid heading to the shops AGAIN it would be awesome Smile

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  • Is it possible to use olive oil instead?

    Submitted by channy_xx on 19. August 2017 - 08:44.

    Is it possible to use olive oil instead?

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  • Quick easy and sooo delicious I sauteacuteed...

    Submitted by Ange-in-Thermo-Wonderland on 21. May 2017 - 17:11.

    Quick, easy, and sooo delicious! I sautéed onions, added 2tbsp korma paste, a can of coconut milk, simmer 3-5 mins then add 200gm of chopped haloumi cheese, 1 cup chopped roasted pumpkin and simmer (reverse blade) simmer about 3 mins. Serve with rice and wilted pak choi or spinach.

    Delicious Regards,


    Ange 

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  • Absolutely delicious!!!!! I doubled it and it made...

    Submitted by MeganHangan on 3. February 2017 - 16:26.

    Absolutely delicious!!!!! I doubled it and it made about 500g (but i may have added way more corriander...) I made a beef korma by simply frying some carrots, then beef strips, adding about 4 tablespoons of the paste and a tin of coconut cream lite and simmering it down. Served with zucchini noodles, it was amazing!!! It will definetly be a staple in our house!

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  • Delicious! Very mild, so I

    Submitted by Trish__K on 16. July 2016 - 18:33.

    Delicious! Very mild, so I added some chopped fresh chilli to the curry. Will definately make it again

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  • Nice. I used a couple of

    Submitted by _ladytan on 2. June 2016 - 08:01.

    Nice. I used a couple of tablespoons in a pumpkin soup. 

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  • Yum This has been added to my

    Submitted by Emz80 on 19. March 2016 - 10:29.

    Yum This has been added to my favourites! For those asking how to use it I added 2 heaped tablespoons to 500g diced meat with 1 tablespoon stock and either water or cream (about 1 cup) I added some ground almonds and a dash of chilli powder as well Really Yum!

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  • This is delish! I made up a

    Submitted by hellie on 13. December 2015 - 17:53.

    This is delish! I made up a double batch as it will be used regulary! 

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  • love this

    Submitted by irunlykagirl on 6. October 2015 - 21:12.

    love this

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  • if you google nut substitutes

    Submitted by irunlykagirl on 5. October 2015 - 15:43.

    if you google nut substitutes there are a few options (like sesame seeds) - the nuts provide some of the oil as well as the base/balance flavours in currys - leaving them out will alter the flavour quite a bit.

    If you find a substitue that works you'll be very popular!! lol

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  • How much paste do you add to

    Submitted by carles44 on 17. September 2015 - 19:45.

    How much paste do you add to chicken korma?

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  • So good! Exactly what I was

    Submitted by Tiffany75 on 13. June 2015 - 15:38.

    So good! Exactly what I was looking for! Thanks tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Question - Nut Free? if I

    Submitted by food2love on 23. May 2015 - 16:12.

    Question - Nut Free?

    if I want to make this nut free can I just leave out the cashews or is there something I should substitute them for?

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  • Love this paste, keep it in

    Submitted by Wendy Farrelly on 25. April 2014 - 14:28.

    Love this paste, keep it in my freezer ready to use whenever I need it. I recommended it in my new recipe post, South Indian Lamb Curry. Thanks heaps

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  • How much of this paste would

    Submitted by Augusta on 20. April 2014 - 18:03.

    How much of this paste would you add to a curry dish.

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  • If you make sure there is a

    Submitted by ThermoGoss on 1. April 2014 - 14:17.

    If you make sure there is a little bit of oil covering the paste in the fridge, it will last a long time.  Freezing in portion quantities is also a great option  tmrc_emoticons.)

    Ange Corn

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  • Great & easy paste. Will have

    Submitted by Lausanne on 1. April 2014 - 12:34.

    Great & easy paste. Will have to freeze the rest as mine went mouldy with in a week in the fridge. This is a favourite.

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  • Love this recipe!  I find it

    Submitted by sam78s on 30. December 2013 - 18:13.

    Love this recipe!  I find it hard to stop eating the raw paste from the bowl!  I turn it into curry by adding chicken, onion and potatoes, and about a cup of coconut milk.  Soooo yummy. Big Smile

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  • How do I turn this into a

    Submitted by happygirl82 on 19. October 2013 - 10:50.

    How do I turn this into a chicken curry ?

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