Cabbage Kofta Curry Recipe – Step by Step

Cabbage Kofta Curry RecipeKofta, its a ball made up of minced stuffing mixed with spices. In its simplest form Kofta is primarily made of minced meat, however in Indian subcontinent, for the vegetarians, its mainly filled with Paneer or Lauki (Bottle Gourd). There are shrimp and fish koftas too, found mainly in coastal regions of India. Bored of normal veg kofta, I am making this Cabbage Kofta Curry.

Depending on where in world you are, you may find Kofta made as dry balls or can be with gravy (generally served with rice).

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Prawn Fried Rice Recipe | Your Food Fantasy

Easy Prawn Fried Rice recipe

Prawn Fried rice is a meal which can be made jiffy, not much of fuss and guess if you a prawn lover, you will love it. This recipe comes from my partner’s bag. He is the one who loves prawns and lately has passed on the taste to my little one. With two prawn lovers in house now, am out numbered, but still pleased that my family gets to eat what they love. This recipe is an Indian adaptation of Chinese prawn rice.

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ITC Maurya Style Dal Bukhara Recipe

“Dal Bukhara” ( दाल बुखारा ) is a velvety smooth dal in a tomato based gravy. The world famous Bukhara restaurant of ITC Maurya in Delhi serves the best dal Bukhara. Their Dal Bukhara is just ultimate. I had always fancied trying this at ITC Bukhara (from where this dal originated) ever since I learnt about this dal and I got a chance to try this dal in my recent trip to india. I also sneaked this opportunity to learn tips to make dal bukhara recipe from the chef there. Many people misunderstand dal bukhara to dal makhni, these are different dals.

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