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1/1 Photo of Malai Kofta (Stuffed potato balls in cream)
This sinfully good recipe is from the Foodcourt column by Anjali Vellody from the Weekend magazine for this week. She is a Food Writer with 15 years of experience and has written 3 cookbooks for 'Khaleej Times'. Coming to this recipe, did you know that the word 'kofta' originates from the Persian word "koofteh" meaning "pounded"? Although today we have several vegetarian versions of koftas, they were originally made of the meat of goat, lamb, buffalo or chicken. Basically, koftas are meatballs(grinning mischievously- hint for someone ultra-special to me!) served with special gravies. I truly hope you enjoy this lovely dish which is very common at parties/potlucks. The koftas can be served without the gravy as you would serve appetisers. Enjoy! ;-)
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (380 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
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