In India Koftas are made with an assortment of vegetables, often served with a thick, flavourful gravy, which may be ladled over rice or served with breads such as Naan.
The idea of the Koftas have been taken from a dish by the same name prepared by Master Chef India 2013 contestant Khoku Patra. As it was noted from television hence could not provide link to the original recipe. The gravy is however my own creation.
COOK WITH ME IN EASY STEPS:
For the Gravy
1) Fresh Mint Leaves/Pudina Patte, 2) Fresh Coriander Leaves/Hara Dhaniya, 3) Almonds/Badam, 4) Melon Seeds/Charmagaz, 5) Cloves/Laung, 6) Green Cardamom/Choti Elaichi, 7) Brown Cardamom/Badi Elaichi, 8) Cinamon/Dalchini, 9)Onion, 10) Tomatoes, 11) Ginger Garlic Paste, 12) Green Chillies/Hari Mirch, 13) Salt, 14) Oil