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Healthy Kofta Curry - Be Fit Be Cool Aapi

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Healthy Kofta Curry - Be Fit Be Cool Aapi Recipe, chahna Sabji, How To Make Healthy Kofta Curry - Be Fit Be Cool Aapi Recipe

This recipe of kofta is a healthy twist to the traditionally deep fried kofta. Served with rice or roti.

Health meals are foods regarded as good for health in such a way which go further than an ordinary nutritious diet necessary for human nutrition. Think about a range of meals which were delicious, healthy and beneficial for your health - means, they assisted you keep a healthy body weight, enhanced your entire mood, and decreased your chance of developing diseases.

 

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Panir koora, Kuzhambu, Poneer chehna torkari

How to make Healthy Kofta Curry - Be Fit Be Cool AAPI

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Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
25 mins
Healthy Kofta Curry - Be Fit Be Cool AAPI
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Paneer/Cheese
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : September 04, 2017


Ingredients used in Healthy Kofta Curry - Be Fit Be Cool AAPI
• Paneer - 250 grams.
• Salt - 0 to taste.
• Garam masala powder - 1/2 teaspoons.
• Green chili (chopped) - 5 numbers.
• Cumin seeds - 1/2 teaspoons.
• Turmeric powder - 1/4 teaspoons.
• Onion paste - 1/2 cup.
• Ginger garlic paste - 1/2 teaspoons.
• Kasuri methi powder - 1/2 teaspoons.
• Coriander leaves (chopped) - 1/2 bunch.
Method:
1.In a bowl add grated paneer, salt, garam masala powder, chopped green chilly, corn starch, mix it like dough, and make a koftas.
2.Steam the koftas in a rice cooker for 10 minutes.
3.Heat a pan add cumin seeds saute it without oil and add green chilly, turmeric powder and add boiled onion paste while this is cooking add ginger garlic paste then add chilly powder, coriander powder, salt and add tomato puree cook this for 5 minutes.
4.And add cashew nuts paste, fat free milk mix it well and cook this for 10 minutes.
5.Adjust the consistency of the gravy it is too thick you add some water and adjust the seasoning and add some salt, garam masala, kasuri methi powder mix it well and cook it for 5 minutes.
6.Drop the steamed koftas in the gravy and cook it for 2 to 4 minutes, then add chopped coriander leaves.
7.Serve this with Naan, Roti or pulao.





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Health meals are foods regarded as good for health in such a way which go further than an ordinary nutritious diet necessary for human nutrition. Think about a range of meals which were delicious, healthy and beneficial for your health - means, they assisted you keep a healthy body weight, enhanced your entire mood, and decreased your chance of developing diseases.

 

Most Indian meals which are freshly prepared with fat free oil much less ghee are healthier. Indian cuisine has numerous products that are healthy and nourishing, a reliable meal. Such amazing and enhancing selections are transferred from one generation to another via oral custom in a manner that nutritious routine is grown right from childhood.

 

Classic Indian food like steamed rice, roti, a number of veggie recipes, dals, yoghurt and curries can be a balanced selection and healthy in nourishment. The morning meal recipes of South India such as the Kerala Puttu, Idli, Dosa, Pongal and much more wide variety are some of the balanced dishes. The important concept to possess a nutritious diet is usually to prevent extra ghee, butter, cheese and oils. Indian Flat breads such as the Naan, Rotis or Chapatti are better than other fried breads like Poori or filled Parathas. Roasted papads are healthier compared to deep-fried ones. Khandvi is definitely a well-known Gujarati Snack made out of Besan flour, quite simple to produce, and completely worthy of efforts! This can often have cooked on the gas stove or microwave.

 

Curries prepared in South India are much less oily compared to North Indian recipes. Dal (a lentil soup) is usually eaten alone or consumed with rice or Indian breads. Meat recipes like the Tikka (not creamy tikka masala) and tandoori meats are nutritious because they are oven roasted. Soup is usually known as a meal in the bowl; Many forms of cooking take away the necessary nutrient elements from the veggies, but soups preserve a lot of the important minerals and vitamins and produces a healthy as well as a nutritious meal.

 

North Indian sweets are extremely identical in taste because they are produced from milk pudding and therefore are generally soaked in syrup. Sweets from the south range from the Mysore pak along with the rich and creamy payasam. Healthy Smoothie Recipes! It's awesome what can be done with fresh fruits. This is perfect for cleaning and maintaining a proper colorectal.



 

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Mita Majumdar Posted on Wed Mar 19 2014

Now this is something to look out for. I love kofta curries, nothing like healthy kofta curry.?

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Mita Majumdar Posted on Wed Mar 19 2014

Can we bake the koftas, if we don't have a steamer??

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Vani Madgal Posted on Wed Mar 19 2014

This looks awesome! I have tried your Pumpkin curry, Pesarettu with quick ginger chutney. They all turned out great.?

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taneesha12345 Posted on Wed Mar 19 2014

Loving this healthy food series..thanks :)?

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Neththra'sVision Posted on Wed Mar 19 2014

Wow! cashew nuts paste!! would have tasted awesome! mouth watering dish for me. Thanks you so much chef Sanjay Thumma.?

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seema takur Posted on Wed Mar 19 2014

Chef how is a cup cashew paste lesser in fat than a few drops of oil??

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Max Landsborough Posted on Wed Mar 19 2014

Great series maybe do a remake I of some of the classics like tikka massala korma from ur old days?

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kokoro nagomu Posted on Wed Mar 19 2014

this looks really great but i am a herbivore/vegan so could i use tofu or tempeh with this??

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Miss GIJoe Posted on Thu Mar 20 2014

Please continue this series... You're food is so wonderful and now we can make such healthier versions :)?

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TheGodavari Posted on Fri Mar 21 2014

I like your simplicity in presentation which make your recipe more delisious.?

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Anuradha T Posted on Mon Mar 24 2014

Superrr.... ?

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