Bread Kofta Curry

Fried bread and potato dumplings in spicy tomato onion curry

Bread Kofta Curry

Fried bread and potato dumplings in spicy tomato onion curry

Category : Vegetarian, Curries

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By sonali S

Published On: 04 Sep 2002

Rating: 4
17 Votes, 15 Reviews
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20 Minutes
Served : 4
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

For making the koftas:
1)Pressure cook potato, peel and mash nicely.

Step 2

Soak bread in little water and squeeze out water from the slices.

Step 3

Mix together mashed potatoes and bread by adding salt, green chillies and chilly powder.

Step 4

Heat oil in a pan.

Step 5

Make small balls from the prepared bread and mashed potato dough, flatten a little bit and fry till golden brown.

Step 6

For making the gravy:
1)Heat oil in a pan.

Step 7

Add chopped onions and fry till translucent.

Step 8

Add ground masala and fry till oil separates.

Step 9

Add yoghurt and fry for a while.

Step 10

Add chilly powder and turmeric powder and fry for another minute.

Step 11

Add tomatoes.

Step 12

After a while, add about one cup of water and boil till the gravy becomes thick.

Step 13

Add prepared koftas just before serving.

Step 14

Garnish with finely cut coriander leaves.

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roshan

recipe looks easy n the comments r very positive..... so this is definitely my dinner tonight.. keep posting more of these kind ppl.. cheers

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Pradeepa

In the list of ingredients required it says 2 tbsp of onions to grind. Shouldn`t it be two 2 onions instead? It didnt turn out very well..It might taste well if I had two onions instead of 2 tbsp...

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deepu varghese

my friends like it very much. much different and tasty thanks for the recipie

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jag

Wow...Mouth watering...!!! Really taste very goood..!!!

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brindha

wow! it was great.

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D-star

I would recommend coconut milk instead of water and no tomatoes. Try this way.

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Dilip

This is an amazing recipe. Tastes great, easy to cook and best of all, it does not require any exotic ingredients that are difficult to obtain.

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manu

vow..sounds like a great recipe..may be it tastes even better...this is going to be my first recipe to be tried from pachakam.com...and i am positive it will turn out great...as it sounds!!!!

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Lovin

Wow, this receipe is great. When I can make as bachelor, then anybody can make it :))

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Seema

Delicious and very easy to make :-) Thanks for posting the recipe

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sheeja

it is really tasty and easy to make

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neha

it came out nicely..thank u very much..expecting more good dishes..

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she

Easy & Delicious

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Amitha

Tasty...easy to make too...but very high on calories

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Sneha

Comparable to Malai Kofta and comparatively less fatty! Easy to cook & very tasty to have! Thanks for the recipie!

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