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Sunday, 23 November 2014

POTATO (ALOO) KOFTA

[The word KOFTA comes from persian meaning 'to grind or to beat'. Koftas are mainly made with gravy as the dry versions are so called as Kababs.. In India Koftas are mostly made with aloo(potato), lauki(bottle gourd) and paneer. In south India koftas are even made with shrimps and fishes too..]

INGREDIENTS:
Potatoes boiled,peeled and mashed---4 nos
Corn flour--------------------------------3 tbsp
Green chilli finely chopped------------2 nos
Salt and Black pepper-------------------to taste
Onion chopped--------------------------1 no
Garlic and ginger paste-------------1 tbsp each
Carrot and beans chopped--------------1/2 cup
(Its optional)
Vegetable stock---------------------------1 tbsp
Coriander leaves------------------------a sprig
Spring onions chopped----------------2-3 stalks

METHOD OF PREPARATION:
  1. Mix together the potatoes, 2 tbsp corn flour,salt,green chillies,black pepper into a bowl.
  2. Shape into small balls.
  3. Heat sufficient oil in a thick bottomed kadai and deep fry the rolls on medium heat until it turns golden brown.
  4. Heat two tablespoon oil in a non stick pan ..add chopped onion and saute well and add the chopped carrots and beans and add the ginger garlic paste into it saute it until its raw smell goes and vegetables gets tendered..
  5. Dissolve remaining cornflour into the vegetable stock and add into non stick pan.
  6. Once the sauce thickens..add the fried potato rolls and mix it.
  7. Now serve hot garnished with coriander and spring onion leaves.
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