Friday, July 29, 2011

Bottle gourd (LAUKI) Kofta



Ingredients:
lauki-250 gm
rawa--4tbsp
red chili powder-1/2 tsp
turmeric powder-1/2 tsp
coriander powder-1tsp
garam masala -1tsp
green chili-2
ginger-garlic paste-1tsp
onion-2 grated
tomatoes-2 pureed
potato-1boiled and mashed
salt to taste
oil
coriander leaves-for garnishing

Method:
peel and grate lauki.squeezed out the water little.add green chili,1/2tsp garam masala green coriander, 1/4 coriander powder,rawa and salt.mix well and make balls according to ur choice.heat oil in a pan fry them on low fire so that they fried properly.when u put kofta in oil at that time oil should be more hot after that slow the fire.

For Garvey:
heat oil in a pan add grated onion. when transulat add ginger garlic paste fry till become brown.add tomato puree fry till oil leaves the sides.now add mashed potato to it.fry for 1 minute.3 cup water and let it to simmer. stire in between cover it when oil comes out on curry it means curry is ready.
if the kofta are very soft then when served put kofta in the dish and pour the hot curry on them . garnish coriander leaves.kofta will be ready till u serve the meal.
Eat with chapati,nan or rice!!!!!!!!



TIP
I here use the suji (RAWA) instead of besan u try it by using rawa kofta will never be hard.
sending toRadhika's let's cook-subji


29 comments:

  1. nice recipe using ridge gourd....

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  2. a nice way to use ridge gourd..never heard of this before :-) i will try this when I am back to India

    Ramya
    http://ramyasrecipe.blogspot.com/

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  3. Using sooji/rawa is a good idea.koftas look yummy.

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  4. I too use lauki for koftas... Nice recipe and koftas look yummy

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  5. Love this dish. It looks fantastic! :)

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  6. This recipe is new to me. But liked this way since it is different from the usual bottlegourd preparation. Super.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  8. Never tried lauki kofta curry..this sounds awesome..will surely give this a try.

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  9. Dear Santosh
    Thank you so much for this recipe. I have never tried to make ever but only eaten at others house ha ha .
    Now I will try your recipe!
    Have a great weekend

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  10. Yummy koftas. Different use of the veggie...

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  11. My most fav way to eat lauki ~ love it :)
    US Masala

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    DELICIOSO!!!
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    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijos.
    Brasil
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  13. Mouthwatering koftas... love it.

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  14. healthy vegetarian kofta looks wonderful

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  15. Delicious kofta's......
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  16. It looks great - well done!

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  17. Kofta looks great and yummy.

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  18. Kofta curry looks scrumptious.

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  19. Delicious kofta curry..nice recipe!

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  20. Delicious Kofta nd also good for health..sooper

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  21. Delicious and healthy koftas,looks so yummy.

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  22. Very innovative recipe. Bottlegourd kofta curry looks delicious and good for health.

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  24. thanks for lovely comment on my Space,
    kofta looks yummy , adding rava it will be more crispy know...

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