Kofta Masala

Kofta in Indian subcontinent is a Curry based dish, where ground meat balls are added in the medium spicy gravy. Kofta is also quite popular in Middle Eastern countries. They also put the meat balls known as kofta in the gravy or sometimes they serve as Kofta Kebabs which is a dry dish. In India Kofta Curry is a delicacy and is usually served with Naans (Indian Bread). The recipes are very different from one region to another. It’s a nice replacement for a regular Curry when you are looking for something different. Lucky Masale Kofta Masala is a perfect blend of spices which enhances the traditional flavor of the dish. The aroma, the color and the flavors are simply unmatched. Some of the product details can be seen here :-

About The Product :

♦ Ready made spice mix for making kofta , the delicious meat ball curry

♦ Easy to use & Anyone can cook

♦ Low in Sodium/no MSG/no artificial color

♦ Adds the best flavor to your meat ball curry

♦ Net weight of the product is 50gms used for 1 kg of minced meat.

How to use Kofta Masala?

The recipe of Lucky Kofta Masala is pretty easy to follow and is clearly printed at the back of the packet. Summarizing the recipe in a nutshell.

For making Kofta you’ll need keema (ground/minced meat). Wash the ground meat and put it in the sieve so the excess water from the ground meat drains out. This process helps in making the perfect meat balls.

Fry chopped onions till golden brown, remove them from the pan and once cooled grind them into a fine paste.

Add ginger garlic paste, 1 tbsp of Lucky Kofta Masala mix, chopped coriander leaves, chopped green chilies, salt and 1 tbsp of ground onion paste to the ground meat. Mix it well, and make 20/25 meat balls (kofta) of it.

Heat oil in a pan and add the whole garam Masala (already in the Kofta mix Packet). Sauté it until they begin to crackle. Add the ginger garlic paste and let it fry for a couple of seconds. Add the ground onions paste, Lucky Kofta Masala mix and yogurt in the pan. Mix them well. Add a cup of water and keep frying till the oil separates and the spices are fried well. Slowly add koftas in it, and cover the lid. Let it cook for sometime till the koftas are firm. Add enough water and adjust the salt according to the taste. Lower the flame to medium low and let it cook till the meat is tender. Once ready, sprinkle the chopped fresh coriander leaves over it. The very delicious Lucky Kofta Masala is ready to be served!!

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