Sunday Recipe: Make special Dahi Paneer Kofta Curry at home on Sunday
Sunday is a special day for most people. Everyone likes to have a free day and spend time with family after working a whole week. When you stay at home all day, you want to eat something special. So for today's day, we have brought a special paneer recipe for you, which will make your mouth water as soon as you hear the name! By the way, paneer vegetable has a different place in Indian food. Its taste is very much liked by everyone and there are not only one but many ways to make it.
For Kofta –
Paneer 500 grams (grated)
one tablespoon flour
50 grams grated mawa
8-10 pieces of cashew nuts
pinch black pepper powder
salt to taste
a pinch of saffron (if desired)
oil as required
For Gravy –
1 tsp Fenugreek seeds
one teaspoon turmeric
two bowls of curd
half a tablespoon of flour
half cup cream
half a tablespoon of sugar
finely chopped almonds and pistachios
salt to taste
oil as needed
1 tbsp finely chopped coriander leaves for garnishing
Method of preparation:
First of all, add refined flour, salt, and black pepper powder to the grated paneer and mix it well.
Make small koftas from the prepared mixture and re-round all the koftas by filling cashew, saffron, and mawa.
Keep oil in a pan on medium heat to heat.
As soon as the oil is hot, fry all the koftas till they turn golden and turn off the flame.
Now whisk the curd well in a vessel and then add all-purpose flour, cream, turmeric, salt, and sugar and mix it well.
On the other hand, keep the oil in another pan for heating on medium flame.
Once the oil is hot, add fenugreek seeds. Add curd mixture as soon as the fenugreek is roasted.
After adding the curd, keep stirring it continuously so that the curd does not break. After it comes to a boil, add the koftas.
After boiling the koftas for about 5 minutes, turn off the flame.
Dahi Paneer Kofta Curry is ready. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot with roti or rice.