>> Friday, August 10, 2012
However Malai Kofta has always symbolised richness in all ways. Though the Malai Kofta traditionally as served in all restaurant is white in colour, I decided a change in colour is not going to change the taste or the interest. So when my version turned out rich brown gravy, I was all fine! I was making the Paneer Biryani and I wanted another rich dish to accompany it. So I remembered Malai Kofta and looked up the versions I had with me. This was such a delicious treat for everybody at home.
I again made this for dinner and I had to make sure the lighting was just fine for clicking the brown pictures. I didn't want the pictures to end up looking too brownish or unattractive. I know I ended up falling in love with this dish, it turned out so well. you must try and enjoy!
Step by Step pictures!
I served some koftas that were fried crisp as a side, it gave a wonderful taste as a pakoda experience.
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