How To Prepare Dhaba Style Malai Kofta At Home
I just love Malai Kofta but it has to be spicy in nature. Most of the restaurants provide malai kofta in white gravy which I strongly dislike. Furthermore, after trying malai kofta in different places, I derived my own recipe that had a mix and match of restaurant and dhaba.
The Kofta balls have a better taste and Restaurant so I have copied that recipe from there. On the other hand and I also chose to take the gravy part from the Dhaba.
So if you are going to prepare the Exotic Malai Kofta that is restaurant + Dhaba style all the way. The unique recipe is easy and can be enjoyed in dual was. First of all, you can enjoy the kofta as a tea time snack and secondly the recipe can be enjoyed as the main course of course.
Ingredients we need to prepare the Dhaba Style Malai Kofta recipe at home –
- 10 tomatoes
- 4 onions
- 1 tablespoon ginger garlic paste
- 8 cashews
- 2 green chilies
- Half cup of white flour
- 200-gram paneer
- 4 – 5 medium sized potatoes
- Red chili powder
- turmeric powder
- Coriander powder
- Garam Masala whole packet
- cooking oil
Follow The step by step guide to preparing the recipe at home-
- Prepare a mixture of grated paneer, mashed potatoes, 1 tablespoon of red chili powder, 1 tablespoon coriander powder, half tablespoon salt, and Garam Masala in order to prepare round balls. add a little bit of More maida in can you find it difficult to repair the kofta.
- Now heat oil in the deep frying pan and fry the Kofta balls one by one.
- keep them aside in a tissue paper and get ready to prepare the gravy
How to prepare gravy for Malai Kofta?
- Step 1 – add some oil in the Cooking Pan and add onions and tomatoes along with one tablespoon of whole Garam Masala from the packet.you can randomly pick up 1 tablespoon from the packet and cook it a little bit along with tomatoes, Chilli, onion, and cashews.
- Step 2 – after you have cooked everything partially, let it cool and grind everything in the mixture grinder.
- Step 3 – now add oil in another vessel and toss the entire puree that you have churned in the mixture grinder. Add half tablespoon red chili powder, half tablespoon turmeric powder, half tablespoon coriander powder and salt
- Step 4 – let it took for few a minutes and eventually add the Kofta balls into it. Do not stir very often them because The kofta balls might break.
- Step 5 – let the mixture cook for a few minutes and enjoy the recipe with Naan or Roti.
In addition, put the readymade ginger garlic paste in the recipe brings a better take. However, if you are reluctant to use commercially available spices, it would be better to prepare the ginger garlic paste by adding a little bit of vinegar in it at home.
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