Thursday, April 9, 2009

Mixed Vegetable Koftas

Koftas with mixed vegetable, deepfried and served with ketchup!! yumm yumm, who will say no!!...i prepared this mixed vegetable koftas with all leftover veggies who were sleeping in my fridge, i used potatoes, carrots, zucchinis, french beans, cauliflower etc...its quite a better n best way to finish all the leftover veggies laying in our fridge, coz i was bored to prepare those veggies as stir fries, gravies..This koftas took just few minutes to prepare and with plenty of veggies they are very delicious also  prefect as starters r snacks..This is my entry for RFRU-Starters guest hosted by Sunshinemom of TongueTicklers , event by One Page Cookbooks...


2 cups Cooked potatoes, any vegetables(grated)
handful of Gram flour
1tsp Lemon juice
2tbsp Corn flour
1tbsp Chopped green chillies
Coriander leaves n curry leaves
Salt
Oil

Take a large bowl, add the cooked potatoes,salt, grated vegetables, gram flour, lemonjuice, corn flour,chopped green chillies, chopped coriander n curry leaves n mix everything together as thick paste, heat the oil for deep frying, drop the small balls of vegetable mixture n fry until they turn brown..

Serve hot with ketchup!

28 comments:

  1. Wow sounds yum. Simple and scrummy.

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  2. wow yum yum looks so simple and delicious

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  3. Very good snack for everyone ! Yummy Kofta priya!

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  4. making me hungry..what a yummy kofta thats !!

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  5. I can dip them in ketchup and eat them as they are, so yummy! :)

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  6. Easy and delicious recipe Priya, ideal evening snack for me :)

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  7. Hi Priya, I was about to make kofta's yesterday but made something else in the end. Thanks for bringing my attention to the event you are sending it to. I will also prepare something and mail it in.

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  8. Wow! Koftas looks yum.. you r tempting me to have right now priya:)

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  9. wow ! i love those nice recipe :)

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  10. Very yummy snack..Looks very tempting!

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  11. Hey Priya, how is that you make recipes sound so simple and they come out really well for you... Crispy, mouthwatering koftas..

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  12. I certainly could not resist these. I make a baked version of koftas that include chickpeas and lots of spice.

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  13. koftas are looking yummy priya...

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  14. looks yummy priya..good starter :)

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  15. uhhhhhhhh clever girl...love the idea...looks yumm...gr8 entry

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  16. Yummy kofta.....I add couple more veggies usually.

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  17. easy n yum da..I usually make flat fritters..:)

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  18. Priya, these surely look crisp n tasty! My kids wd love them! Tks for sharing!

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  19. I didn't think of making koftas and eating them as a snack... though my husband and I always eat one each before I drop them in the gravy :)

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