Thursday, May 21, 2009

Soyabeans Kofta Curry

Today I am going to share with you a recipe of kofta(balls of minced or ground vegatables) which has been made with soyabeans granules.Koftas are very popular dish in India.Koftas can be made in various process in defferent flavours.When Deep fried veggie balls in gravy it is called Kofta curry.Today I tried it some different way where I used Soyabeans granules to make it different in taste.Here,Soyabeans granules is used with potato and some veggies.You can use soyabeans balls by grinding in a mixture.After making koftas you can make curry
in your own process as you like.I make this curry some spicy with garam masala and ghee.So check out This Soyabeans Kofta Curry...

Ingredients :

Soyabeans granules 1 cup
Onion 1 small sized (chopped)
Green Chili 2-3(chopped)
Ginger (grated)
Garlic (grated)
Coriander leaves (chopped)
Tomato 2 (chopped)
Salt to taste
Turmeric powder 1 tsp
Cumin powder 1tsp
Garam masala powder 1/2tsp(only cinnamon and cardamom)
Red chili powder 1tsp
Oil to fry
Ghee 1tsp
Bay leaves 1-2

Method :

Soak soyabeans granules in little water.
Add boiled potato and smash it very well.
Add chopped onion,green chili,ginger,garlic and coriander leaves and salt to taste.
Make a dough of these.
Make 3-4 balls from this dough.
Heat oil in a pan.
Deep fry all the balls and keep aside.
Soak turmeric powder,cumin powder and red chili powder in some water.
Heat little oil in a pan.
Add bay leaves and tomato to it.
Fry for sometimes.
Add soaked masala and cook for sometimes.
Add ome water and come in to boil.
Add Koftas.
Add ghee and garam masala to it.
Give it some standing times.
And serve with warm rice.

This recipe is sending to siri-corner for the event of AWED : Srilanka .



Siri said...

This is a such neat idea to make kofta balls out of soya bean. Thanks for sending it over for AWED.


Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Pinky the koftas are looking divine... and the gravy is so tempting me!!! nice pic here dear!!!

Unknown said...

Thanks Mahimma and Siri for Your Nice comment...

Ann said...

I love Saya too :) Looks yummy.

Unknown said...

Thanks Ann But sorry for Belated Thanks bcz I just skip due to older post comments... Keep visiting again...Thanks



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