Tempting Nargisi Kofta Recipe – Pakistani and Indian Food Recipes

For all the mince lovers, some tempting and delicious and last but not least easy to make recipes are all time favorites. They are best side and main course dishes for BBQ parties and get together parties. Nargisi Koftay are not only impressive in look dish but even very delicious cuisine, migrated from regions to regions because of its tasty texture and unique style. Pakistani’s enjoy this recipe quite often. For dinner parties and special occasion such traditional recipes are all time favorites and loved by majority of desi food admirers.


For Kofta:

Beef mince: 1/2 cup

Gram pulse/Chana daal: 1/2 cup

Onion sliced: 1 large

Ginger garlic paste: 1 tbsp

Cumin seed: 1 tsp

Whole dried chilies: 6

Red chili powder: 1 tsp

Salt heaped: 1 tsp

Water: 2 cups

For Gravy:

Brown onion chopped: 1/2 cup

Red chili powder heaped: 1 tsp

Yogurt beaten: 1/2 cup

Oil: 1/2 cup

Ginger garlic paste: 1 tbsp

Coriander powder: 1 tsp

Turmeric: 1/2 tsp

Salt heaped: 1 tsp

Water: 3 cups

Egg beaten: 1

Garam masala powder (all spice powder): 1 tsp

Green coriander chopped: 1/4 cup

Eggs: 4 boiled (cut in length)

Cooking Method:

For Gravy: Heat oil in a pan and add ginger garlic paste and 1/4 cup water and fry it. Add red chili powder, coriander powder, yogurt, turmeric and brown onion and 2 cup water. Fry them well and cook until the gravy thickens.

For Koftas: In a pan put mince, daal, onion and spices and water cover and cook until pulse get tender. Remove from stove and let it cool at room temperature. Chop this boiled mince in a chopper machine. Also chop green coriander, all spices powder, add both in mince and mix well. Add beaten egg and mix in mince mixture. Cover boiled egg pieces by mince mixture. Heat oil and deep fry till it turns golden brown. Pour gravy in serving dish put prepared koftas on gravy. Sprinkle coriander leaves and serve with naan. Enjoy this different nargisi kofta recipe and make your meals a bit more diverse yet having the same traditional touch of Asian cuisine.

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