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Spicy meatballs in delicious curry sauce
Published On: 06 Mar 2006
telugu: Allam / Allamu / Sonthi
kannada: Shunti / Alla / Ashi Shunti / Ardraka
hindi: Adrak / Adu / Soonth
Gujarati: Aadu / Soonth
Urudu: Adrak / Adhrak
for more details, click the name of the ingredient
English: Chilli Powder
telugu: Erra Mirapa Kayalu / Yendu Mirapakayalu
kannada: Molaku / Kempu Menasinakai / Ona Menasinakai
hindi: Lal Mirch
Bengali: Paka Lanka / Lal Mirch / Lankamorich
Gujarati: Lal Marcha
Konkani: Sukki Saangi /Suke Miriyasang
Marathi: Lal Mirchi / Mirchya
Oriya: Lanka / Nali Lankamaricha
Punjabi: Lal Mirch
Kashmiri: Marach Wangun
English: Cilantro / Coriander Leaves
tamil: Kothamalli Ilai / Malli Ilai
malayalam: Kothamalli Ila / Malli Ila
telugu: Kothimeera / Kothamalli Kooraku
kannada: Kottambari Soppu
hindi: Hara Dhania Ke Patte / Dhania Patha
Bengali: Dhonay Patha
Gujarati: Kothmir / Dhana
Konkani: Kottambari Pallo
Oriya: Dhania Patra
Punjabi: Hara Dhania
Bengali: Laban / Noone
English: Coriander Powder
kannada: Kottambari Beeja / Haveeja
hindi: Dhania / Dhana
Bengali: Dhonay / Dhaniya
Gujarati: Dhana / Dhaniya / Kothmiri / Libdhaba
Konkani: Kottambari / Konpir
Marathi: Dhane / Kothimir
Kashmiri: Deaniwal / Kothambalari
telugu: Nirulli / Ullipayalu / Yerra Gaddalu
kannada: Ulligadde / Erulli / Neeruli
hindi: Pyaz / Dungri / Kanda
Bengali: Pyajj / Piyaz
Gujarati: Dungri / Kanda
Konkani: Sawalo / Piyavu
English: Turmeric Powder
kannada: Arashina / Harasina Pudi
hindi: Haldi / Hardhar
Gujarati: Hardhar / Haldi
Marathi: Halad / Halede
Oriya: Haladi Gunda
Punjabi: Haldar / Haldi
telugu: Tametokai / Ramamulaga (Pandu/Kaya)
kannada: Tomaato Hannu
Oriya: Bilati Baigana
For making the koftas:-1)Mix together minced meat, onion, garlic, ginger, chillies, coriander, salt and garam masala.
Shape into walnut size balls.
:- It will be easier if u use wet hands to shape them.
Dip balls in the beaten egg.
Fry in hot oil, till they turn golden brown.
Drain on an absorbent paper.
For making the gravy:-6)Heat ghee in a large heavy pan or wok.
Fry onions, garlic and ginger slowly, until onions turn soft and golden.
Add tumeric powder, garam masala and chilly powder and stir fry for 1 min.
Add tomatoes, chilly powder, salt and lemon juice and stir well.
Add stock and mix well.
Add koftas and mix well.
Cover and simmer for 20 - 25 mins, until the gravy is thick.
Add chopped coriander leaves 5 mins before switching off the flame.
:- Serve with rice or naan.
Iam making Kofta curry for the first time and it turned out very well.....My husband oved it !!!
the mutton balls hold together realy well if you follow this recipe.
Adjust the amount of chilli to suit your personal taste. the amounts in given in the recipe makes the dish medium hot.add more if you like it hotter.
I LIKED THE RECIPE,BUT WILL THE MUTTON BALLS STAY IN SHAPE WHEN YOU MIX THE GRAVY?
haven`t tried it.. but looks like a good one
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