Malai Kofta Recipe

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Malai Kofta just like name of the dish this Kofta recipe is delicious and mouthwatering. To make Malai Kofta Curry creamy and rich preparation with cottage cheese while making Koft Read More

Malai Kofta just like name of the dish this Kofta recipe is delicious and mouthwatering. To make Malai Kofta Curry creamy and rich preparation with cottage cheese while making Koftas. Try this Malai Kofta recipe at your home. It is a perfect dish especially for parties and special occasions. You can serve it with chapati, naan, and jeera rice. Hide


1) 250 grams paneer

2) 1 teacup boiled green (fresh) peas

3) 2 tablespoons plain flour

4) 1/2 tspn baking powder

5) 2 chopped green chilies Oil/Ghee for deep frying Chopped Fresh

6) Coriander Grated fresh coconut Salt to taste

7) 4 large tomatoes

8) 100 gms fresh cream(malai)

9) 4 tbsp ghee/oil

10) 1 tsp chili powder Salt to taste (grind into paste)

11) 1 large onion

12) 2 tblps grated fresh coconut

13) 5 cloves garlic

14) 1 green chilli

15) 2 tsp coriander seeds (dhania)

16) 1 tspn cumin seeds (jeera)

17) 1 small piece ginger

18) 2 tblsp chopped coriander


1. Crumble the paneer and knead very well.
2. Mix the paneer, plain flour, baking powder, chillies, and salt.
3. Shape into small balls and deep fry in oil.
Keep aside these koftas.
1. Cut the tomatoes into big pieces, add 4 teacups of water and cook. When soft, prepare a soup by passing through a sieve.
2. Heat the oil in a vessel and fry the paste very well.
3. Add the peas and chillies and fry again for 1 minute.
4. Add the tomato soup, cream and salt and boil the gravy for atleast 10 to 15 minutes. Add Koftas to the gravy just before you serve.

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The picture of this Malai Kofta is so much appealing that I can't resist myself to make this dish in home and I have tried to cook this dish three times.
By: Ghania, Form: Karachi, on 23 Sep, 2015
Can I also freeze it for a week after making mince balls of malai korma? How cani do for the preservation of it, in it cream is include that’s why I want to confirm it. It is very delicious but not spicy.
By: maryam, Form: khi, on 17 Sep, 2015
Malai kofta recipe is very hard but I am trying to learn it because my husband really insist me to make koftay according to this recipe in the home, it is a very tasty dish but little bit heavy.
By: shaista, Form: khi, on 14 Sep, 2015
Can I also use milk cream packet instead of paneer to make malai koftay? Actually I don’t know why my husband not like the taste of paneer. If I don’t include the peas for the preparation, it becomes tasty or not?
By: fizah, Form: khi, on 08 Sep, 2015
Which cheese or cream is suitable to make malai kofta in a good taste? I am good to make kofta but this is such a unique kofta dish which I really like when I read the recipe of It, I will also want to make it.
By: faiqa, Form: khi, on 08 Sep, 2015
It is so hard to make your Khoftas so soft and tender like this picture, it usually does not prepare like that always. You can add Malai and cream to make it soft.
By: Samra, Form: Karachi, on 03 Sep, 2015
My appetite is now again start when I read the recipe of malai kofta in this site, I am noting the name of the ingredients which need to buy today because I will make it in the dinner today.
By: urshia, Form: khi, on 02 Sep, 2015
Wow the picture of this dish looking so appealing I will try this recipe in my home, whenever I get the chance of doing cooking in home.
By: Ariba, Form: Karachi, on 27 Aug, 2015
Malai Kofta is a delicious dish I ate it in my aunt home and she is a good cook she make every dish with full affection and love.
By: Huda, Form: Karachi, on 09 Jun, 2015
Nice and good method
By: farrukh, Form: quetta, on 26 Apr, 2013