Korma’s new No1 curry in Bri­tain

Sunday Mail (UK) - - News -

Move over tikka masala – korma is the new king of Bri­tish cur­ries.

A sur­vey found the mild, creamy dish is now the top choice of nearly a fifth of din­ers, mak­ing it our most pop­u­lar In­dian curry.

Tomato- based t ik ka masala – once named Bri­tain’s na­tional dish – fell to No2, fol­lowed by madras, jal­frezi and vin­daloo.

Balti, bhuna, dopi­aza, saag and ro­gan josh com­pleted the top 10.

One in three Brits chooses the same In­dian dish ev­ery time, ac­cord­ing to the re­search by King­fisher beer for Na­tional Curry Week, which starts to­mor­row.

And nearly two- thirds have never tried a vin­daloo.

King­fisher’s John Price said: “Many are miss­ing out. Curry Week is a chance to try some­thing new.”

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