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Monday, March 30, 2009

Kheema Kofta Curry

Ingredients:-
For Kofta

Kheema (minced meat) 250gms
Onion 1
Roasted channa dal (putnal pappu) 2 tbsp
Poppy seeds/Khus khus 1tbsp
Ginger garlic paste 1 tbsp
Chilly powder 1/2 tsp
Egg 1
Turmeric powder 1/4 tsp
Salt as per taste
For Gravy
Onions 2
Green chillies 3
Fresh coconut 1/2 cup (grated)
Cinnamon 2
Clove 2
Tomatoes 1
Red chilly powder 1 tsp
Turmeric powder 1/4 tsp
Ginger garlic paste 1 tbsp
Curry leaves few
Salt as per taste
Oil 3 tbsp
Method:-
  1. Wash kheema,mix all the ingredients of kofta and grind it to a fine paste.
  2. Make small balls.
  3. Boil one glass of water and slip in the balls.The balls will harden.And strain it.
  4. Make a fine paste of one onion and coconut.
  5. Heat oil in a another pan add onions,cinnamon,cloves and curry leaves.Fry till the onions are brown in colour.
  6. Then add the grounded paste and cook till oil comes out.
  7. Slip in the balls in the above gravy and mix carefully so that kofta's doesn't break.
  8. Add tomatoes and cook for another 3-4 mins.
  9. Add one glass of water and bring to a boil.Then simmer and cook covered for 15-20mts.

This is my m-law recipe.She uses tamarind instead of tomatoes.Some how i am not comfortable with tamarind so i replaced it with tomatoes.We don't get poppy seeds here so i substituted with cashew nuts.

18 comments:

  1. wow Varunavi ...loved the idea of Keema Kofta curry! Thank you for sharing...:D.

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  2. Meatballs look so yummy, my kids would love that dish. Good one! :)

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  3. Looks yummy...nice creamy ..

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  4. Nice recipe...even the process looks much easier than the regular vegetable kofthas...shall try it.

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  5. Wow they looks absloutley super dleicous.

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  6. Varunavi can i want to try this recipe by substituting aloo with kheema, any tips?

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  7. Looks so delicious, reminds me of mom,she cooks it so well!!

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  8. kheema kofta curry looks mouthwatering

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  9. Looking so delicious and tempting varunavi...Recipe looks easy to do..I dont eat mutton..Will try it for my husband..

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  10. sounds good varunavi..i love keema curyy..but this is new idea of making koftas with keema!!

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  11. Nice n colorful dish Varunavi! So inviting...

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  12. Yum...Kheema kofta looks lovely...recipe sounds great.

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  13. @Vishali my mom and m-law does this curry.this is my dad's and hubby's fav.
    @Asha even my kids like this
    @Priti thanx
    @Sree the process is easy and ingredients are few compare to veg koftas

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  14. @happy cook thanx dear
    @Ramya yes u can replace mutton with potaotes,peas and other veggies of ur choice and thanx
    @Sara welcome here and thanx
    @Trupti thanx
    @Pooja do try and let me know
    @Lavanya thanx
    @Priya thanx

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  15. how nice i posted the veg version of it..:), urs looking nice n creamy..
    I'm glad u liked the kulcha's , its simple n gud for special ocassions too...

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  16. Hi dear,delicious kofta curry...Looks very rich n tasty.

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  17. Thanx neha and priya.I am posting kulchas next.......

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  18. I love it. It's rich and creamy.

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