Malai kofta is a thing of the past, try this new Makhmali kofta.
Healthy food is quite the rage these days, with the demand for locally sourced healthy foods exceeding that of foreign ones. But with all the craze around eating healthy, is it really a sin to indulge in yourself once in a while? Several celebrities regularly share their love for dishes, which hit a sweet spot and aren't necessarily healthy or nutritious. So why don't we give a luscious edge to our regular home-cooked meals? This Makhmali Kofta made with Khoya is the perfect recipe if you want to cook something which is toothsome to the very last bite.
The thought of heading to a restaurant or ordering in is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of eating indulgent dishes. But why rush to restaurants when you can cook up the most delectable meals within the comfort of your own home? Makhmali Kofta is basically made by mixing khoya and maida, and deep frying until golden brown. If this wasn't enough indulgence, the Makhmali Kofta is served with a khus khus and desiccated coconut gravy, garnished with coriander leaves and cream to make the whole preparation finger-licking delicious.
Kofta curries are generally made with a grated vegetable base such as gourd or pumpkin. This is why the Makhmali Kofta is unique, as it has only khoya and maida as a filling. Every bite of the kofta will melt in your mouth and leave you wanting more. Whether it is had with rice or naan, roomali or tandoori roti, this Makhmali Kofta will leave everyone spellbound. So try this recipe at home and we promise you it will be one for the food hall of fame at home!
This Is How To Make Makhmali Kofta At Home:
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