If you feel bore with eating same sabzi everyday then try making koftas for a change. If these koftas are prepared with jackfruit, they'll taste more scrumptious. So, come let's make jackfruit koftas today.
Cashew nuts and raisins stuffed soft malai kofta and that to with cashew nuts, curd and cream gravy sound too delicious. You would love eating it even if you don’t feel hungry. Whenever you have a special occasion at your place make this mughlai malai kofta curry and surely everybody will find it tasty.
Malai Kofta is a very tasty dish to relish, and it gets much better with Palak gravy. Prepare Kofta on a special occasion or if you have any guests coming, they will love this Malai Kofta with Palak gravy. So let us prepare this dish.
If you eat food without oil or lees oil then nonstick Appam maker is a very useful tool. This year the best thing we bought for our kitchen is this Non Stick Appam Maker.
Using this we prepared koftas of gourd, banana and cheese which did not need any oil and was better than the usual taste of Gourd Kofta Curry, Banana Kofta Curry or Cheese Kofta Curry. We can also prepare good mini Idlis in this maker which taste different than the normal Idlis as the outer layers of these mini Idlis are more crisper. If you do not use non stick Appam maker then do buy one. This is mainly used in south India but these days it is found almost everywhere.
This week we made Capsicum Chilly Pakora Tari/Shimla Mirch ke Tari pakore which was liked by everyone at home. If you are not using Appam maker then you can fry the pakoras in oil.
I know it is so hard to cook food in summers by standing in front of the stove. Microwave is the best and convieneant platform of cooking in summers. Paneer Kofta cooked in the microwave is less oily and even the fear of kofta breaking out in oil is fixed while cooking it in the microwave and obviously the time taken to cook is much more less. Come let us try out cooking Paneer Kofta in microwave.