The word Kofta is derived from the Persian verb “koftan” which means “to grind”, referring to the meatballs made from ground meat. Koftas are meatballs made with beef, chicken, lamb or pork. Its origin lies in the Middle East but it has been cooked in various ways in different parts […]
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Malai Kofta Recipe
A delicious kofta curry with minced prawns. Serve with rice, pulao or roti. Ingredients: For the Kofta: Prawns – 500 gms, shelled, deveined and washed Ginger Garlic – 2 tsp Onion – 1, small, minced Egg – 1, beaten Coriander Leaves – 2 tblsp, chopped Garam Masala Powder – 1/2 […]
Nargisi Kofta Curry is a delicious, simple and easy to make dish with eggs stuffed inside a mutton keema ball and cooked in a rich gravy (very similar to the Scotch Eggs). The koftas can also be deep fried if desired. Ingredients: Minced Mutton – 500 gms Shallots (Sambar Onions) […]
A delicious and easy to make lamb kofta in a creamy and flavourful curry. Best served with hot rice or naan. Ingredients: Minced Lamb – 200 gms Garam Masala Powder – 1 tsp Garlic – 1 clove, crushed Salt as per taste Black Pepper Powder as per taste Oil – […]
Malai Kofta Curry
Ingredients: Toor Dal – 200 gms, boiled For the koftas: Mulai Payaru (Sprouted Green Gram) – 1 cup Urad Dal – 1/4 cup Onion – 1, big, chopped Green Chillies – 2 + 2 Ginger – 1 inch piece, peeled Coconut – 1 tblsp, grated Carrot – 1 tblsp, grated […]
A popular snack from North India.
Sweet Corn Paneer Kofta