Lauki Kofta or Ghiya Ke Kofte is one of the best vegetarian curry recipe. Lauki Kofta Curry in which deep-friend koftas (round shaped deep fried spicy dumplings) made of grated bottle gourd and gram flour are cooked in spicy gravy of tomato and onion.
The koftas along with curry taste really yummy. Ghiya ke Kofte is also known as Dudhi in Gujarat.
For making Koftas (Round shaped Dumplings)
> Bottle Gourd (Lauki/Ghiya): 1 medium Size (Grated)
> Gram Flour (Besan): 6-7 TBS
> Red Chilli Powder: 1 TBS (For Koftas)
> Salt to Taste
> Cooking Oil
For making Koftas Curry:
> Onion Paste: 2 pcs
> Tomato Paste: 2 pcs
> Red Chilli Powder: 1 TBS (For Koftas Curry)
> Cumin Seeds: 1 Small TBS
> Turmeric Powder: 1 TBS
> Salt to Taste or 1 Small TBS
> Coriander Powder: 1 TBS
> Coriander Leaves for garnishing
> Cooking Oil
So, Watch this video with step by step procedure.
|Prepare time: 15 min||Cook Time: 60 min|
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