Korma Curry


Label Description: This modern restaurant version of the extremely rich chicken korma is a nutty and sweet combination of almonds, coconut milk and delicious Indian spices. Free Shipping Within Canada. 

Ingredients Breakdown:

  • Spice Pack 1: Garam Masala, Black pepper, Salt
  • Spice Pack 2: Ginger, Garlic, Turmeric, Black Pepper, Salt
  • Spice Pack 3: Paprika, Garam Masala, Coriander, Cumin
  • Spice Pack 4: Red Chili Powder (Very Hot!!! for adjusting heat level)

Garam Masala: Coriander, Cinnamon, Cumin, Ginger, Cloves, Cardamom, Black pepper

Heat Level: Best served mild or medium

Serving Size: 4

Preparation Time: 5 minutes

Marination Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes


Customer Reviews

Based on 75 reviews
Ken N
Korma Curry

A very flavorful curry, not like a Korma that I'm used to but maybe because it's a traditional Korma, my wife can't eat spicy food so I had to make it mild, I would love to try it medium sometime when she is not here, overall very tasty I would definitely make this again.

Dave C.
Maybe if you're a complete beginner cook...

I am a die-hard fan of Indian food, having grown up in Brampton, Ontario. I've eaten in more North and South Indian restaurants across Canada than I'd like to admit. I've collected dozens of cookbooks, and made even more versions of butter chicken than that. When I saw these Indian spice packs, I knew before I bought them that I was paying for packaging, marketing, and convenience. We're talking literally 30 cents worth of spices for $5. I'm fine with that, if it at least provided the "restaurant quality" it claimed.

The result of the 1950s butter chicken was a notch above opening a can of Campbell's tomato soup and adding a few spices. The problem is both in the spice blends and the quantity of each packet (too little for the amount of ingredients to sufficiently impart flavour). Also, the cooking technique leaves a lot to be desired, in terms of cooking the tomatoes for "X" amount of time, turning off the heat, and pouring in the cream to "thicken." etc. It's a very sloppily, overly easy recipe, which yields a very bland, texturally uninspired taste.

They even go as far as to say that their packets are better than any jarred Indian sauce. Sorry. Even Patak's is more flavourful and satisfying than these spice packs. If you're a complete beginner, which in fairness, seems to be who they are marketing to, you may enjoy the result. But you will quickly outgrow these and seek out more satisfying recipes online. And based on the spice blends, storing a few things like cardamom, cumin, coriander, garam masala, etc. will not be anywhere near the inconvenience that they try to make it out to be.

Kudos to Master Indian Spice for the marketing and packaging. It all looks slick, convincing, and top notch. The end result? Not so much.

Leslee Armstrong

Spices are fresh and directions are easy to follow. Great meal prepared in a short time

dayle storie
Great spice selection


Susan Richardson
Delicious and very easy to make!

This is an ideal week night quick supper. I marinaded the chicken in the morning and then it was ready to make when I got home from work. The directions are clear and easy to follow. I highly recommend this dish.