Malai Kofta Recipe: Homemade royal kofta, here’s the easy recipe

Malai Kofta Recipe: India is famous all over the world for its hospitality. That’s why the food here is discussed all over the world. If anyone goes to someone’s house here, he feels a different feeling. The people here take a lot of care about the food of the visiting guest and feed him by making different types of dishes.

So if you often have guests coming and going here too, today we have come up with a wonderful recipe for you, which you can make easily and it will not take much time. Yes, today we have brought you a wonderful recipe of Malai Kofta, so that you can serve delicious food to your guests.

Malai Kofta Recipe: Ingredients

Paneer – 300 grams, Potato – 4-5, Cream/Malai – 1 cup, Maida – 2-3 tbsp, Tomato – 2-3, Onion – 2, Ginger – 1 inch piece, Cashew – 1 tbsp, Raisins – 1 tbsp Cashew paste – 3 tbsp Milk – 3 tbsp Red chili powder – 1/2 tsp Kasoori methi – 1 tbsp Turmeric – 1/2 tsp Sugar – 1 tbsp Oil – as needed Salt – as per taste


To make Malai Kofta, first you have to boil the potatoes. After this, keep the boiled potatoes in the fridge for 5-6 hours and let it cool down. This will make your koftas good and full of taste. After this, take off the peel of the potato and mash it well. After this, crush the paneer in it and mix it well.

After this, add flour to it, while preparing this mixture, keep in mind that it should not become too hard or soft. After this, cut dry fruits and mix them in sugar. After this, heat oil in a pan and till the oil is hot, make balls of paneer-potato mixture and keep filling dry fruits in between.

Along with this, now deep fry these balls and cook them till they turn golden brown. After this, take it out and make tomato paste. Then make a paste of onion and ginger and mix it in this paste. After this, heat oil in a pan and fry the paste. After this, add cashew paste to it and then add cashew paste and dry spices and kasoori methi to the gravy.

After this, when it is cooked well, add cream and 1 tsp sugar to it and then add fried koftas to it. After this your Malai Kofta is ready, now you can serve it to eat.

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