Thinking that you have no paneer available at home, what would you serve them, that will be a time saviour and tasty at the same time. Why do we always regard paneer as the ultimate grand item in vegetarian dishes? High time we look beyond the same old butter paneer and palak paneer. Never heard of koftas? We all have hard as well as eaten it once atleast.
Advices for the perfect kofta malai
Kofta is a vegetarian dish commonly made of mixed veggie dumplings. They can be eaten up dry along with tomato sauce or pudina chutney. Therichest among the kofta’s is the Malai kofta; it is highly rich, delicious, creamy dish best to be served in parties and special occasions. The good news is that the koftas can be stuffed with grated paneer along with vegetables and then deep fried in oil. Though preparing malai kofta is very easy but certain things should be kept in mind. They are:
- Firstly, the potatoes and the vegetables should be mashed along with the grated paneer and mix well until it forms consistency. It should be taken care of that the vegetables do not retain any water else the koftas might be slithery and not tender to eat.
- After the stuffing is ready add spices to it and mix well.
- To make the gravy two tablespoons of oil should be heated and then coriander, garlic, ginger, red chillies should be added to make a spicy thick gravy.
- Read the recipe carefully and try your hand at the best kofta making, malai koftarecipe in hindi are now available for a better understanding of the spices.
- Don’t forget to add some water to the spice gravy and stir well until it becomes thick in consistency. Finally, don’t forget to add some fresh cream to the malai kofta before serving.
As soon as the gravy is prepared slowly add the koftas one by one into gravy and turn off the flame, top it with some fresh garam masala and chopped coriander leaves.
The nice creamy texture would take one to food heaven. Malai kofta the name itself says a lot about its richness, very high in calories as it has ounces of butter, spices and cream to it. It is by far the most lusciously tempting main course and one is bound to love it. Malai kofta is best served with Indian breads such as tandoori roti, nun and parathas. However, this dishtasted equally delicious when served with jeera rice or yellow pulao. So you have the menu sorted for your next all veggie day of the week. Those creamy, tasty koftas can immediately light up any dull day because as we know a key to a man’s happy heart is through is stomach. Spread some smiles with the delectable Malai Kofta.