Indian cuisine is at the top of my favorite cultural eating experiences and since learning to make an authentic Murg Korma, I am inpired to learn more. The term providence is also at the top of my favorite word list. Through providence, wonderful and unlikely things can happen in life. That’s how I met Jeety, my friend from India. A few summers back this beautiful soul walked into my garage during my annual neighborhood yard sale and like two kindred spirits, we immediately connected. Little did I know Jeety would eventually introduce me to her version of authentic Indian food and it was Love at First Bite.
Jeety graciously invited me and my husband to dinner at her home to learn the art of authentic Indian cuisine. Little did I know I was in for a big surprise. Until then, I thought I was efficient in the kitchen. But, within minutes, this well-seasoned cook set my cooking skills back a few notches. From Pakoras and
The fun didn’t stop there. Murg Korma stew Rice
During the meal, we had the chance to learn a little about Jeety’s culture, her traditions, and a few heartwarming stories of her family and life in India. Her well-told tales etched a picture in my mind of why this precious friend has such a sweet soul. These are the moments with friends at the table that bring deeper revelation of the goodness of each culture. I now understand just a little better why traditions and food play a significant role in Indian culture. I left Jeety’s home that evening with a greater admiration for the uniqueness of the Indian culture and its delightful cuisine.
I hope you enjoy this recipe! If you’ve made it please share it with me by tagging @culinarybutterfly on Pinterest.
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