Lamb Korma and Tikka Masala With Potato Naan


     Something that I just grew a craving for is curry, and I am so happy that I found a restaurant close by that serves up some delicious curry dishes.

     Anything lamb and I will instantly love it, so if it is a lamb curry, I know I will truly love it for it consists of two things that I like to eat.

     The lamb korma dish is quite delicious that it has a mixture of a sweet and at the same time hearty, meaty flavor from the lamb. You also get the savory curry sauce, but the style of flavoring in the dish isn’t as spicy as other curries I have tasted. For me that is one of the reasons that I love this restaurant, because I am someone who has suffered from acid reflux, and that problem hinders me from having any sort of really spicy foods, so this curry is perfectly suited for me as the flavors are all on point and exquisite and at the same time I won’t be suffering from the my acid reflux as the curry dish isn’t all that spicy…. so it’s all perfect for me.

     The chicken tikka masala is the same as the lamb korma but the main difference that I noticed is that the korma is much sweeter, sort of milky consistency, as the masala had a more salty, tomatoey flavor. Though both together make a wonderful rice dish combo as you place the sauce on the rice and take a bite of everything, it all just makes for one spoonful of yummy yummy in the tummy.

     The potato naan was also tasty as a means to dip into the sauce of the curry, which to me went well as the flavors of the curries were remarkably good with a mixture of the naan.

     These dishes can be found at a restaurant called “Tara’s Himalayan Cuisine” which they specialize in making Nepalese dishes, so if you are ever craving for some delicious curry or a sweet drink like there Lassi, this restaurant can serve up happiness on a plate while also placing some happiness in your tum tums 🍴🍴🍴


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