Chicken Kofta

we do kofta in aloo paneer and bread. but in non veg we use chicken and fish too. this is chicken version. yummy taste too

Chicken Kofta

we do kofta in aloo paneer and bread. but in non veg we use chicken and fish too. this is chicken version. yummy taste too

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By Renukadevi Kumanan

Published On: 28 May 2015

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40 Minutes
Served : 2
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Ingredients

Directions (Click image to enlarge it)

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Step 1 Chicken Kofta Recipe

Step 1

Steam the chicken and peel into small piece

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Step 2 Chicken Kofta Recipe

Step 2

Boil the aloo with salt and smash it

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Step 3 Chicken Kofta Recipe

Step 3

In a bowl add aloo , peeled chicken, red chili powder, salt, garam masala white pepper, turmeric, maida , corn flour, green chili and coriander leaves and mix well.

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Step 4 Chicken Kofta Recipe

Step 4

Mix like a dough .Take some from dough make shape like ball or cylindrical shape

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Step 5 Chicken Kofta Recipe

Step 5

Heat the oil and put the chicken balls and fry it.

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Step 6 Chicken Kofta Recipe

Step 6

Now chicken kofta is ready . Serve with sauce

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