“Is it kurma or korma?” that’s not the question. The question is “Is it delicious?” And, the answer is yes. While the North Indian korma uses a lot of cream, the South Indian kurma uses shredded coconut; however, both are tasty and are great with rotis or rice. Korma or kuma is a mixed vegetable curry that is made in a thick gravy.
If you are someone with diabetes and a foodie, you can certainly include vegetable kurma in your diabetes diet plan. However, since it is a creamy dish, it is better to include more vegetables and reduce the amount of cream in it. Also, it is better to have it for breakfast rather than later in the day.
You can eat vegetable kurma with brown basmati rice, or whole wheat rotis. Vegetable kurma is recommended for your diabetes diet plan.
Calories in Vegetable Kurma (100 gm.)
|Saturated Fat||0.92 gm.|
Vitamin in Vegetable Kurma (100 gm.)
|Vitamin B2||0.06 mg.|
|Vitamin B6||0.11 mg.|
|Vitamin B9||15.43 μg.|
|Vitamin C||14.57 mg.|
|Vitamin D2||1.24 μg.|