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Mam i want cook different type of veg kababs.plzhelp me.
Query posted by : shalley on 31-May-2009

Mattar Kabab (Peas Kababs)


A snack with peas and spinach

Recipe By : Niru Gupta

Serving : 8-10 pieces


Ingredients
Spinach, blanched and squeezed 500 g
Peas, boiled 500 g
Green chillies, chopped 2 or to taste
Ginger, chopped 1 tbsp
Salt 1 tsp or to taste
Powdered black pepper tsp
Bread slices, grated 2
Chick pea flour to dust kebabs
Oil to pan fry



Preparation
Place the peas, spinach, ginger, green chillies and bread in the blender and puree.

Mix in the salt and black pepper.

Shape the mixture into rounds and dust with the chickpea flour.

Heat a thin layer of oil in a frying pan and brown the kababs on both sides.

Serve garnished with onion rings.

hi neeru,
let me know how to make any veg. kofta or any other kofta sabji. thanks
Query posted by : sushma shah on 3-Jun-2009

just sent you one

let me know how to make kofta sabji .thanks

Query posted by : sushma on 4-Jun-2009

Paneer Kofta Saagwala (Cheese Dumplings in Spinach Gravy)

Ingredients: 1/2 cup paneer-grated, firmly packed
2 tbsp refined flour
1 cup potatoes-boiled and mashed
1/8 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
oil for deep frying
1 1/2 cups pureed spinach
1 tsp cumin seeds
1 bay leaf
1 tsp finely chopped ginger
1 tsp finely chopped garlic
1/2 cup onions-grated
1 cup tomatoes-chopped fine
2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp garam masala
1/2 tsp powdered red pepper
1 tsp powdered coriander seeds
cream for garnish

Method: Mash paneer and potatoes till no grains remain. Mix in the flour, baking soda and shape into smooth creaseless balls.

Heat 1/4 cup of oil, lower the heat and fry and fry paneer balls in it till brown.

Heat about 1 cup of oil and add cumin, when it splutters, add bay leaf, ginger and the garlic, and saute till a light brown. Add onions and saute till a golden brown, then add tomatoes and stir fry over medium heat.

When fat separates, add the salt, garam masala and the red pepper and stir till well mixed.

Add spinach and saut�or 2-3 minutes and add paneer.

Turn around a few times and serve hot garnished with the cream.

i saw the recipe for "whole wheat cake" in the Active Cooking on Tata Sky. The list of ingredients show 1/3 cup oil. However, despite watching the demonstration thrice, I did not see you adding the oil. Please clarify.
Query posted by : anila on 5-Jun-2009

If you did not see me adding it, it must be an omission of the camera, but the oil is certainly added.

Dear medam,
I saw your website and very impressed with your helping nature through the books.

What food we can cook for getting a good and healthy persanality. Now Iam staying in Dubai and I wish youevery success in your writting.

Thanking you,

Sivadas Kuruppath
Query posted by : Sivadasan Kuruppath on 6-Jun-2009

Thank you for your good wishes Sivadas. As for healthy food, any food which has less fat and lots of fresh vegetables should be good. Fiber is good for health too, so eat less of maida and more of whole wheat and lots of fruit too.
 
 

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