Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Malai Kofta

Ingredients
For Kofta
Paneer-100grams
Boiled Potatoes(medium size)-2
Carrot-2
Frozen Peas-1/4cup
Green Chilli-2
Chopped Cilantro-1tablespoon
Chilli Powder-1/2teaspoon
Coriander Powder-1teaspoon
Cumin Powder-1teaspoon
Broken Cashews-1tablespoon
Salt
Corn Flour-1/4cup
Oil to Deep fry.

For Gravy
Onion(big)-1
Green chilly-1
Tomatoes -2
Cashew-5
Ginger-garlic paste-1tablespoon
Chilli Powder-11/2teaspoon
Coriander Powder-11/2teaspoon
Cumin Powder-1teaspoon
Turmeric Powder-1/4teaspoon
Salt
Half &Half Milk -1/2cup
Cumin Seeds-1teaspoon
Oil

Method
Kofta
Grate the carrots. Cook them with little water. Drain the excess water,pat dry the veggies.
In a bowl, combine the Mashed potatoes,add the veggies,paneer,cashews,g.chilli,cilantro,all masala powders and salt.

In a bowl, combine the Mashed potatoes,add the veggies,paneer,cashews,g.chilli,cilantro,all masala powders and salt.

Mix everything well and make lemon size balls. Roll the balls in corn flour..

Heat oil in medium heat..deep fry the kofta's.

Repeat the process,fry all the kofta's and keep it aside.

Gravy
Chop the onions -chilli-tomatoes. Heat oil, fry the onions,cashews.Add ginger garlic paste and sauté for a minute or two. Then add tomatoes,green chillies,masala powders and turmeric powder.

Add a cup of water and cook for 5 minutes.

Add the cilantro and let the mixture cool completely. Transfer it into a mixie jar and grind it to a fine paste.

Heat oil in a kadai,make the tempering with cumin seeds. Add the ground gravy mixture and bring it to boil. Cook for few minutes and reduce the flame to low,add the half &half milk.

Cook on low heat for 3-4 minutes and switch off the stove. Add the kofta's to the gravy just before serving,garnish with Cilantro and garam masala.

Rich and creamy Malai Kofta is ready to serve. Its a party friendly dish, Goes well with Roti/Naan/Pulao/Jeera-rice.

13 comments:

  1. Yum.. perfect looking malai koftas!


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  2. super mahi,ennamaa samaikkireenga..
    thanks for sharing.

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  3. Slurp, very inviting malai koftas,marvellous..

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  4. hi first time to ur blog...kofta curry looks colourful and creammmmmmy!!!nice click too! im glad to follow u dear.
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  5. malai koftas are droolworthy mahi--perfect looking beauty

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  6. அருமையாக சமைத்து அசத்திவிட்டாய்.ஜாஸ்தி புகழக்கூடாது. எல்லாம் ஜெனிவாவை ஞாபகப்படுத்தியது.

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  7. na seithathu sariya varala unga seimuraiyil try pannrean mahi

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  8. Looks so rich and creamy and yummy. It's in my must do list.

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  9. its rich and perfect

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  10. Esta comida se ve de maravillas,un paso a paso de lujo,se ve my sabroso,abrazos.

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  11. Esta comida se ve de maravillas,un paso a paso de lujo se ve muy sabroso,es realmente delicioso,lo escribí yo tu seguidora,me equivoqué al pinchar,abrazos y cariños.

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  12. @Aipi,thanks for stopping by!

    @Asiya akka,ungala vidavaa naan samaikkiren?! Thanks for the lovely words.

    @Priya,thanks priya!

    @Rekha,thanks for the initial visit and a nice comment.Am your happy follower too. :)

    @Saru,sumara samaika pazhakitten ippo.You believe it or not,my mom asked me the same question last week.:) :)

    @Priya,thanks priya!

    @Kamatchi ma ,thank you verymuch!

    @Maha,try this version,this won't go wrong! :)

    @Latha,thanks latha!

    @Viji,thanks for the comment. Are you from Salt lake city?! :)

    @Rosita,thanks a bunch for following my blog and a nice comment.

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