*  Exported from MasterCook  *
                             Navratan Korma #2
 Recipe By     : http://www.getsurfed.co.uk/restaurants/special.htm
 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
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   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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      1/2  C             Chopped Carrots
      1/2  C             Chopped French Beans
      1/2  C             Chopped Potatoes
      1/2  C             Chopped Mushrooms
      1/2  C             Chopped Cauliflower
      1/2  C             Chopped Baby Corn
    1      Tsp           Green Chillies -- Finely Chopped
                         Salt -- To Taste
    1      Tbsp          Whole Garam Masala
                         (Couple Of Cinnamon Sticks, Cloves,
                         Bay Leaves, Cardamom Seeds)
    1      Tbsp          Butter
    1      Tbsp          Oil
    1      C             Beaten Yogurt
      1/4  C             Cream
      1/2  C             Boiled Onion Paste
      1/2  C             Capsicum
      1/2  C             Cashewnut Paste
      1/2  C             Peas
    1      Tbsp          Ginger Garlic Paste
 In a pan take the butter and the oil together. Once hot, add the whole
 garam masala and the green chillies and fry, it will spit a lot! Next add
 the ginger and garlic paste and fry. Once fried, add the onion paste (the
 onion paste is made by boiling the onion and then liquidising it) mix well.
 Once done, add the potatoes, carrots, french beans, baby corn, cauliflower,
 mushrooms, peas and mix well. Put in the yogurt and add the cashewnut
 paste. Add salt to taste and cover and cook on slow heat until all the
 vegetables are tender. Put in whole cashewnuts and the cream and mix well.
 Serve hot with naan or rice. 
 This dish is a real royal treat, it will make you feel like a royal
 personage! The name means a dish with nine ingredients, here they are all
 vegetables, but there can be variations using cashew nuts, raisins and such.
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