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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Paneer Kofta Gravy, Notice and an award



Dear Blogger Friends,
At the onset please accept my apologies for not being in touch with your blogs within last week due to which I missed lots of good recipes and couldn't express my views.
The root cause was a malware had been found in my blog (through one of my followers blog)which prevented smooth operations in my blog for both myself and fellow bloggers. However, from henceforth this problem has been gradually rectified and now I'm back in full swing to follow my fellow bloggers and post new recipes. Thanks to Nayna of Simplyfood for helping me to rectify this problem:-)

                                                        


Received this award from Hari Chandana. Did I not tell you that I love to have them in my kitty. He He He...Jokes apart, it's always nice to receive love and affection from my fellow bloggers who love my recipes. I really appreciate your encouraging comments because that keeps me working harder !!!! Thank you so much Hari for giving me this award!!!

Now there are some rules to follow:

1: Place the logo on your blog or within your post
2: Pass the award on to 12 bloggers !!
3: Link the nominees within your post
4: Let the nominees know that they have received this award by commenting on their blog
5:  Please share the love and link to the person from whom you have received this award.

I would like to share this award with........

Please accept this lovely award. Thank you once again for your lovely comments 
and wonderful support.

Now coming back to today's recipe "Paneer Kofta Gravy". This is a typical North Indian delicacy which is prepared during lunch/ dinner parties to treat family and friends. Hope all of you like this....It's very simple believe me....

                                                                               

Serves: 2, Preparation time: 30-40 minutes


Ingredients:
For Paneer Balls:
1 cup Paneer grated (Cottage Cheese)
1 tbsp plain Flour
2 small sized Potatoes, boiled and mashed
1 tbsp Cornflour
2 Green Chillies (finely chopped)
1 tbsp fresh Coriander leaves (chopped)
1 tsp red Chilli powder
Salt to taste
Oil for Deep frying


For Gravy:
2 Tomatoes
1 inch Ginger
1 pod Garlic
1/2 tsp Turmeric powder
1/2 tsp Cumin seeds
1/2 tsp Garam masala
1/2 tsp Red chilli powder
1 tbsp Coriander leaves
1 cup Water


Method:
To make Paneer Balls: Mix all the ingredients (above mentioned for paneer balls) in a large bowl, until potatoes are mashed and paneer is well mixed with the rest of the ingredients. Make small balls of the mixture. Heat oil in skillet (medium flame) and deep fry the balls until they are golden brown in colour. Keep aside.
                                                       
                                                      BEFORE FRYING


                                                           AFTER FRYING 


For Gravy: Make a paste of tomatoes, ginger and garlic in a blender/ processor. Heat oil in a saucepan, fry cumin seeds and fry until they start to splutter. Add the paste (tomato-garlic-ginger) and fry till it leaves oil. Add turmeric and chilli powder. Stir it. Add a cup of water, bring to boil and make a thick gravy. Put the flame off, add garam masala, paneer balls and coriander leaves. And let them soak in the gravy for atleast 10 minutes before serving. Serve hot with Pulao or Chappati.
                                                                     

                                                                      












38 comments:

  1. I love paneer in any form but given me a chance I would love to take away this plate to my home. Awesome!!!

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  2. Nice to know that your prob is solved,congraz on your award deepa...and paneer kofta curry looks delicious,nice idea to use paneer this way,looks awesome....

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  3. Thanks Sushma,
    Yeah you r right ....These kofta balls do give a new dimension to the gravy with maintaining the taste of the paneer.

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  4. Congrats on your award!! I had a this problem too,but now is ok..Paneer kofta looks delicious and tasty!!

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  5. I too had a similar problem once and couldn't blog for a month!...I hope yours is fixed now. Koftas looks so tasty in the gravy, nice clicks. Congrats on your awards :)

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  6. @ Jagruit: I was very dishearten not being able to access my blog:-(. Thank God it's over now!!!
    Do try this dish at home...... Next week I'll be sending u my entry for your event.

    @Gita: Very sorry to know that you couldn't access your blog for 1 whole month.

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  7. Iam drooling..pass me here..

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  8. Deepa,

    Malai kofta looks really good, i love it. congrats on awards

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  9. This is really yummy. congrats on yr awards....

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  10. Congrats for the award...the koftas look delicious ..Yummy one

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  11. That is an awesome prep..... Very tempting & yummy..... it looks very crisp & nice before it is dropped into the gravy..... Even after which it must be very DIVINE!!!! for sure......

    Kudos & thanks for that piece of TOFA......

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  12. I am so happy that you resolved your blogger issues.Welcome back.
    Kofta looks delicious and the gravy is awesome.
    Congrats on the awards.

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  13. Good to see you back..Kofta curry looks really yum..congrats on your award and thanks for sharing it with me..soon I'l post the award:-)

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  14. Paneer Kofta curry looks so yummy! Have Kaspersky
    Security software installed in your computer to prevent such problems.

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  15. Yummy Paneer Kofta curry..Congrats on u'r award

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  16. @Soma: Thanks a lot for your wishes:-)

    @AshKuku: Believe me it's very hard to resist after frying those kofta balls... I had to stop myself from munching them before dipping them into the gravy.

    @Nayna: Thanks a lot dear for helping me out!!

    @Nithu: U r most welcome.

    @Padhu: Thanks for your suggestion about the software

    @Ramya: Welcome to my blog. And hope you keep visiting.

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  17. Congrats on the award. Thanks for sharing it with me.

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  18. Mocha kata bhishon kothin r thiki bolechho khub sticky lage tobe khete bhishon bhalo lage jodio time taking.
    Heartiest congratulations for your awards. Thank a lot for sharing this lovely award with me.
    Paneer kofta curry looks delicious, spicy and mouth watering. Paneer amar khub priyo r tomar recipe ajkei try korbo. Dinner ta darun hobe.

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  19. @ Divya: It's my pleasure dear....

    @Babli: Ami khoob khusi hobo jodi tumi try koro ei kofta recipe ta. Do share your experience with me abt the outcome :-)

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  20. Deepa ,u have a wonderful blog....and love all the deliciousness oozing here and so happy u stopped by ....thanx a ton....
    congrats on ur award :-)))
    and ur malware does sound very familiar...how do u detect it?
    coz i have been having similiar probs too:-(((((
    Would love some tips too ...please ...
    the kofta curry looks fantastic :-)))0
    cheers and super weekend :-))))

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  21. My all time fav...luks perfect n delicious!

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  22. Congratulations on the Award !! You truly deserve the award for your outstanding recipes !! Great Blog posts !!

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  23. Kofta curry looks very nice. thanks for sharing the award with me...:)

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  24. Thanks a lot for ur encouraging words!! Do check my comments for the image gallery u had asked:)

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  25. flawless koftas ,love it in the spicy gravy:D

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  26. Dear Deepa
    Great recipe , as usual from you...I am reserving the gravy recipe for a meat kofta curry for myself and Paneer kofta for my vege friends when they visit.
    I think I will tell my management to give a better service apartment where it has a bigger kitchen else I quit.How can one do serious work in office without a kitchen at home ?

    bhalo theko
    Ushnishda

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  27. Thanks everyone for your lovely comments.

    @Yasmeen: Welcome to my blog:-)

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  28. I'm a fanatic of paneer kofta! This is so excellent and yummy! Munch!

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  29. Congrats!for the award...the recipe is superb..and pictures as well..this dish reminded me of my mothers home made koftas....my mouth is watering....

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  30. Hi! Malware..scary!!! But glad u came out of it.
    The koftas have turned out so well, yumm.
    Congrats on ur awards and thanks for sharing it with me.

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  31. congrats on ur award...curry looks awesome!!!

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  32. hey the paneer kofta looks so yummy..slurrp..such a mouth watering click..

    I am glad you are back and now everything is sorted..

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  33. Congratulations Deepa for the award. Kofta looks yummy

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  34. awesome kofta curry and congrats !!!

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  35. Kofta curry looks delicious..congrats on your awards.. and also glad that you have recovered your problem ...

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  36. pls collect ur award from my blog dear

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