Well i am an extremely moody person specially when it comes to cooking .tongue emoticon
There are times when i don’t even feel like stepping into the kitchen whereas some days pass inside kitchen only. Yesterday was one such day when day i was the biggest enthu cutlet in my kitchen. Made hell lot of things for dinner and now enjoying the lazy day o my couch. Among many good things prepared one was PANEER KOFTA. Fried paneer balls in a creamy makhni gravy served with naan or zeera rice is sheer bliss!
Paneer kofta falls in the same family of Malai kofta. The only difference between the two is that malai kofta is stuffed with fry fruits and cream, so when we cut the kofta , fresh cream/malai oozes out. Whereas paneer koftas are simple fried paneer balls bnded with potatoes and chopped nuts. It’s quick and an idel party menu. I personally like paneer a lot so i really don’t bother much how it’s being served. Unless until it’s paneer…everything is fine to me.