MALAI KOFTA RECIPE

2017-04-16
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Malai Kofta
Now you guys have been asking me for the malai kofta recipe since my cream chicken recipe, I have got 3 versions of malai kofta restaurant style in my bag in this video I made the kofta with paneer and aloo which is the basic version in that add a lot of poha and cornstarch to bind and keep things together… I hope you like this video
INGREDIENTS TO MAKE THE KOFTAS :
1/2 Cup Poha/ Beaten Rice (Refreshed with some water)

1 Mid – Size Boiled Potato

150 gms Paneer

Few Chopped Cashews (For Stuffing)

Few Chopped Raisins (For Stuffing)

3 Green Cardamoms Coarsely Crushed

2 Tbsp Corn Starch

1 Tsp Salt (or as per Taste)

1/2 tsp Black Pepper (or as per Taste)

1/4th Desiccated Coconut

1/4th Cup Corn Starch (for coating the kofta balls)
INGREDIENTS TO MAKE THE WHITE GRAVY:
15 – 20 Cashews Paste

3 – 4 Green Chillies

1 Inch Ginger (Cut into juliennes)

*WHOLE SPICE MIX

3 – 4 Mid-Size Onion Puree

2 Tbsp Oil

1 Tbsp Butter

80 – 100 Gms Khoa/ khoya / Mawa

2 tsp Ginger Garlic Paste

½ Cup Water (added while making gravy)

1 Cup Water (added in the end)

1 tsp Kasturi Meethi

2 Tbsp Fresh Cream

1/4 tsp Black Pepper

1/2 – 1 tsp salt (or as per your taste)

1 tsp Sugar

 

*WHOLE SPICE MIX COMBINATION
1 Badi Elachi / Black Cardamom

1 Dal Chini / Cinnamon Stick

3 Green Cardamom / Choti Elachi

4 Laung / Cloves

 

POINTS TO REMEMBER:

  • Make sure to fry less kofta together\
  • Do Not use a lot of oil while frying cause the the whole oil goes to waste due to cornstarch
  • Let the koftas rest for few moments after coating them with cornstarch
  • Keep a cloth at the time of grinding the boiled onion paste
  • Add a lot of water to the gravy before adding kofta as they will absorb the gravy

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