Malai Kofta

Malai Kofta is a nutritious as well as a tasty dish. Moreover, adding Soya granules and Swastik Soybean oil into it can make it even more healthy. So here is a recipe for you to make the delicious Malai Kofta and enjoy it with your friends and family!

Ingredients

For Chilla:

- One and a half cup of soaked Green Moong Dal.
- One and a half TSP of chopped green chillies.
- Twelve TSP of Swastik Double Filtered Groundnut oil.
- A pinch of Asafoetida (Hing), and salt as per your taste.

For Stuffing:

- Two cups of boiled potatoes cut in the shape of cubes.
- Three-quarters worth of boiled green peas in a cup.
- One tablespoon of cumin seeds (jeera).
- Half tablespoon of dried mango powder (amchur).
- Two tablespoons of chopped green chillies.
- One tablespoon of Swastik Double Filtered Groundnut oil.
And salt as per your taste.

Marinate

- Take all the ingredients together and mix them well in a bowl.

- Divide the mixture into twelve portions and make a round ball out of it.

- Take a pan and heat Swastik Soybean Oil into it, slide the Koftas into it and fry till they turn golden brown in colour. Take them out and keep them aside.


Curry

kn - Take all the ingredients required for the paste and mix them all together in a mixer to make a paste.

- Then take a kadhai (pan), add Swastik Soybean Oil into it and heat it, once the oil is heated add the paste into it and saute the paste on a medium flame for five to seven minutes.

- After that, add chilli powder into the Kadhai (pan) and saute that for a minute.

- Then take the tomato puree, fresh cream, salt and a quarter cup of water. Pour all these into the Kadhai (pan) and simmer it for twelve to fifteen minutes.

- Once the gravy is ready, take it and pour it all over the koftas in a serving dish. Garnish it with a bit of coriander and your Malai-Kofta is ready to be served!