Navratan Korma – Vegetables,Fruits & Nuts in Rich Gravy

Navratan Korma – Vegetables,Fruits & Nuts in Rich Gravy

Navarathana Kuruma:(Restaurant Style)

Navarathana Korma. Restaurant Style Navrathan Korma.


Green chili 1 minced
Ginger Garlic paste 1 spoon
Onion 1 large head grated
Turmeric powder 1/4 spoon
Chili powder 1 spoon
Food color optional(I didn’t use them)
Garam masala powder 1/2 spoon
Almonds/Cashew nuts paste 1/4 cup
Ghee few spoons
Cottage cheese/panir fried 1 cup
Bell peppers
Cashew nuts – fried
Raisins – fried
Cilantro to garnish.


Heat a large wok, add ghee. Add chili, ginger-garlic paste and onion to it. Fry real good, till the raw odor is gone, add salt, turemric, chili and garam masala powder.

Followed by nuts paste. Prepare a thick gravy. Add vegetables, cover and cook till tender.

Add chopped fruits and fried panir plus nuts to it.Remove from heat. Serve to go with your rotis.


31 Responses so far.

  1. Spice says:

    Nice addittion of fruits…..nice clicks….

  2. Hema says:

    Malar, Adding fruits and Nuts is awesome..Need to try.

  3. Wonderful presentation Malar…looks very colorful and tasty :)

  4. Sarah Naveen says:

    i love this..looks so yummy!!!

  5. AshKuku says:

    The look is very rich & sophisticated….. I would just keep it as it is, for would not wanna spoil the look…. Very tempting & a picture perfect dish!


  6. Asha says:

    What a festive dish, great looking dish.

  7. Deepti says:

    Wow, this luks so yum n inviting…full of loads of fruits n veggies.

  8. Soma Pradhan says:

    Wow..navrtan korma looks delicious..never dded apples to it…

  9. Malar,,,kuruma nalla seithurukeenga colourfullah irukku fruits, veggies n nuts hmmm ore rich ah na ingredients.Kandippa nalla irukkum nalla enjoy panneengala.

  10. Subhashini says:

    Looks yummy and perfect

  11. shriya says:

    Looks so colorful and rich. Love the color. Nice click.

  12. Swathi says:


    I love this curry because of its color and slightly sweet taste. yours is perfect as always.

  13. Wow Malar, it looks sooooooooo yummy. This is my husband’s favorite. So, I will have to bookmark and make it for sure :)

  14. Priya says:

    pics couldnt be any better.. u r an awesome cook … great recipe !!

  15. Suman says:

    thats delicious looking navarathana kurma…love all the veggies in it…lovely!

  16. M D says:

    Hey, this looks so colourful and nice. I love Navratna Kurmas. You have made me hungry again after a heavy meal I had just a few mins ago. It looks tempting!

  17. Madhuri says:

    wow!!! Malar, Korma looks colorful and delicious. Awesome!!!

  18. Sayali says:

    looks fantastic n colorful

  19. Madhu says:

    Ms Gandhi, traditionally does Nav ratan kurma means a dish with 9 fruits or 9 veggies?

    this looks lovely!

  20. Malar Gandhi says:

    Madhu, I think the word ‘Navratan’ is just implied…as it resembles those 9 precious stone’s color…ruby, emerald, sapphire, pearls etc. however…its just an implication…as color like blue and black are bit impossible in cooking, or at least with natural ingredients!

  21. Priya says:

    My all time favourite, looks awesome..

  22. Krishnaveni says:

    so delicious and beautiful curry Malar

  23. Sailaja says:

    wow nice recipe. I always hesitant to make Navaratan kurma since it is little sweetish. But after looking at your dish feel like trying right away.
    Great clicks

  24. Looks really colourful & awesome..

  25. Gorgeous looking korma. So colorful. YUM!. Nice recipe to share….

  26. says:

    This dish looks so very colourful and inviting.Beautifully clicked and presented.

  27. Yummy Team says:

    I love navratan kurma. Thanks for sharing this recipe, Malar. Bookmarked!!

  28. divya says:

    Hey, this looks so colorful and nice. I love Navratna Kurmas. You have made me hungry It looks tempting!

  29. Chitra says:

    Colourful and healthy.I can imagine the aroma.

  30. Parita says:

    Navratna Korma looks so rich! Love that bowl :)

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