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Malai Kofta


1 Tsp : Coriander powder. 1 Tsp : Turmeric powder.1/2 cup : Tomato puree. 1 Tsp : Red chili powder.1/2 cup : khoya. 1/2 cup : Cream.1 Tsp : Garam masala.3 Boiled : Onions.3 Tbsp : Oil. 1 Tbsp : Ginger paste.1 Tbsp : Garlic paste.2 : Green chilies.4 : Potatoes. 100 g : Paneer. 1/4 cup : Cornflour. Oil : For deep fry.
Method of preparation :Boil the potatoes, cool it by pouring cold water then peel the potatoes and mash them.Grate the paneer. Chopped the green chillies finely. Peel onions and boil in a cup of water for ten minutes.Take out excessive water and grind them into a smooth paste. Mix well mashed potatoes, paneer, green chillies, cornflour and salt. Divide the mixture in equal sized balls. Deep fry in medium oil until slightly coloured. Drain and keep aside. Heat oil in a kadai. Add boiled onion paste and cook for fewminutes. Add to it ginger paste, garlic paste, chopped green chillies, coriander powder, turmeric powder and salt. Add very little amount water so the …

Punjabi cholay


250g : Kabuli Chana (Chick Pea).
2 : Onions Chopped .
2 : Tomatoes finely chopped.
2 : Teabags.
1 : Tej Patta.
3 : Cloves ( laung).
2-3 : Black Cardamoms.
1 : Small Cinnamon Stick (Dalchini).
1 : Tbsp Cumin seeds( Jeera). 1 : Tsp Coriander (Dhania powder).
1 : Tsp Cumin seed powder ( Jeera powder).
Red Chilly powder According to taste.
Salt According to taste .
1 : Tsp Anardana powder (Pomegranate powder).
1 : Tsp Amchur powder( Mango powder).
2 : Tablespoon of Choley Masala.
1 : Tablespoon of Ginger-Garlic paste.
2 : Green chillies chopped.
Chopped greenCoriander leaves.
Method of preparation:

Soak kabuli chana in the water a night before preparation.
In a presure cooker place the kabuli chana, tea bags, cinnamon stick, cloves and black cardamom, tejpatta cook the chana untill they are properly boiled.
when the chanas are cooked remove the teabags.
Keep the Chanas and water in which chanas are boiled aside.
Meanwhile take a pan, heat the oil add green chillies+cumin seeds.
When the seeds…