Bread kofta in palaak gravy


4 slices bread
2 boiled and mashed potatoes
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp red chilli powder
1 tsp garam masala powder
1/2 tsp ginger paste
Finely chopped coriander leaves
1 cup finely chopped spinach leaves
1 green chilli
2 tsp oil

Dip the bread slices in water, squeeze out the water. Add mashed potatoes, salt, red chilli powder, bit of turmeric powder, little garam masala powder and coriander leaves. Mix well and make koftas. If you shape them as tikkis, roast them with little oil in tava. For balls, add a drop of oil in paniyaram stone and cook these balls till golden brown and crispy.

Cook the spinach leaves with little water till soft. Cool and grind it to a puree along with green chilli.

Heat the puree with some water to get required gravy. Add a bit of salt, ginger, turmeric powder, bit of garam masala and cook for five minutes. Drop the koftas just before serving.

Serve with hot pulkhas/ to make bread kofta, kofta curry, kofta varieties, north indian side dish recipes, palak gravy, spinach gravy dish,

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Neha said...

Gravy looks very simple, u didn't added anything except palak, to make it thick??
And the kofta's r looking like u can have them as such, as a snack.. yummy..

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow yummy.

Asha said...

Bread koftas, so easy and yummy to look at. Clever! :)

Happy cook said...

I would love to have the kofta just like that.
Not a palak fan.

Smitha said...

Bread kofta! sounds very rich and indulgent!

Akal's Saappadu said...

Phulkas, Kofta ans spinach, yummy treat

Valarmathi said...

Wow that's looks wonderful. Making koftas in paniyaram stone is a very good idea.

Varsha Vipins said...

I love all these..kofta's,palak gravy..yum..:)
Fist time here Maya..u got a lovely space..:)

Anonymous said...

My mom also used to make koftas in paniyaram stand. Its a great way to eat healthy koftas as they are not deep fried.

Your bread koftas look really yummy.

Namratha said...

Bread koftas...sounds interesting E, like the look of them too! :)

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