I am missing my blogging now a days, some times personal life takes more priority than our passion.
I guess henceforth for sometime i will be blogging on and off.....
I am Pregnant,..Yeah the happiest news to share with you all. My little bundle of joy will arrive by the month of May 2015.
This is the recipe which i clicked before few months. "Malai Kofta Curry" Yummy, Delicious and Rich recipe, we enjoyed it with Roti.
Here is the recipe...
Paneer - 1 cup gratted
Potatoes - 2 no.
Onion - 3 nos. big (Sliced)
Tomatoes - 2 nos.
Tandoori masala - 1 tsp
Chaat Masala - 1/4 tsp
Butter - 50 gm
Cashew - 50 gm
Curd - 2 tbsp. (Or Cream)
Salt to taste
Kasuri methi - 1 tsp
Ginger garlic - 2 tsp chopped
Cinnamon, cardamom - 1 pieace each
Turmeric - few pinches for color.
Soak cashew in water for an hour.
Boil, peel the skin and mash the potatoes and keep it aside.
Add, mashed potatoes, tandoori masala, Paneer, chaat masal and salt together.
Mix well and make it as a Ball.
Heat a frying pan with oil and deep fry it.
Keep the fried kofta's aside.
Heat a Pan with 1 tbsp. butter and add Cinnamon, cardamom .
Add the sliced onion and sauté till it turns golden brown.
Allow it to cool to room temperature and grind it to paste along with cashew nuts.
Grind the tomatoes separately and keep it aside.
Take a curd and run single pulse in mixer, so that it will get blend to gravy easily.
Now heat a pan with butter add the Onion mix and sauté well.
Add chilly powder and bit of turmeric and sauté until the raw smell goes.
Add Tomato puree and curd one by one and mix well.
Allow to cook in slow fire, close with lid and cook.
Butter oozes out add methi leaves.
Cover and cook for 2 to 3 minutes and turn off.
While serving add the Paneer Kofta balls.
It tastes heavenly when served with any pulao or any variety roti.