Plain curries are regular curries which is made with a base of onion and tomato with fresh ground and whole spices. Lentils not included.
Korma is a type of curry which is considered royal in India and therefore has the name ?Shahi? because of its richness in cream and garnishing with nuts and raisins. It is made to the milder side because of its cream content and can be enjoyed.
Special Curry - Raagini
Special curries are those which have been created by our chef or have been given a special touch of flavor from the original recipe which was made hundred of years ago in the mughal dynasty by the royal chefs for the emperors.
Jhalfrezi means chili masala cooked with different fresh vegetables and various hot spices. Therefore it has a slightly thick gravy.
Vindaloo is a typical west Indian dish from Goa. The main ingredients in these types of curries are potato and a sweet and sour sauce with vinegar and a blend of hot chilies and spices; therefore it is always on the hotter side.
Spinach. Spinach is used as a gravy in many curries since it is the main green vegetable in Indian cooking. We prepare these dishes by slightly grinding the spinach and cooking it with fresh ground and whole spices.
Kadai is a type of curry which is a specialty of Pakistan, therefore has the name of various cities of Pakistan. The main ingredients here are green peppers, tomatoes, onions and green chilies with a thick gravy.
From tandoor oven.
Rice - Pilaf and Biryanis
Biryani is a special style of rice being cooked with meat or vegetable with whole spices like cardamom, cinnamon, bay leaf, cloves and cumin seeds and garnished with various nuts and raisins. It is served with a special vegetable yogurt and raita.