October 18, 2013

Cabbage Channadal Kofta Curry | Side Dishes for Rotis & Chapatis

Happy to blog after a brief break. BM fever is on, and what better excuse to blog ? Today’s theme is Chef special. And I am here with a simple buy yummy and healthy Mughlai dish with Cabbage Channadal Kofta presented by Chef Sanjay Thumma aka VahChef.

 As I was looking for something new with Cabbage, I loved this video and I had some at home, and no one would touch the veggie with a barge pole in the normal dry curry form. 

The dish was creamy even with minimum use of spice and oil and went very well with rotis and pulav too. For those who don’t prefer a gravy, you could munch the koftas  in a dry form too, as an evening snack with tea. And to watch those carloies from deep frying, I switched to an abelskiever pan, and pan fried with very little oil.  

So, health bhi, taste bhi (as an ad jingle goes J) Do try this out and let me know how you liked it. Am positive that even cabbage haters (and there are a LOT of them !!) would like this dish.Use the freshest cabbage you find and it would be even yummier…

Linking this to Blogging Marathon # 33 under “Chef Special”

Prep time : 20 mins | Cooking time : 20 mins | Serves : 4


I followed the recipe here verbatim, so don’t think I should repeat it.. (except for the part that instead of deep frying the koftas, I pan fried them with very little oil in an abelskiever / paniyaram pan)

Also do check out the step by step recipe in the collage below for a pictorial explanation.



Bon Appetit !  

10 comments:

  1. wow thats a super yummy kofta curry :) looks so inviting !!

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  2. Sounds to be a delicious koftas..very nice and good to have you back..:)

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  3. this seems like a lovely combination Kalyani, and am yet not gotten over the lovely authentic traditional spread i had other day on your lil one's big day, thanks for it

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  4. interesting recipe, looks delicious!

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  5. Kofta curry is just inviting me to enjoy rite now with some rice.. Happy to see u back Kalyani.

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  6. I love cabbage so I am sure I would love this

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  7. I am sure I am going to make these pretty soon!

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  8. Very interesting koftas. Curry sounds yummy. I love watching Chef Sanjay too.

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  9. Looks wonderful! Healthy option for me to have in my dinner with chapati or paratha :)

    Your comment is awaited on http://cookingwithsj.com/2013/11/11/herbed-crackers :)

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Cheers
Kalyani

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