Monday, November 5, 2012

Low Fat Soya Aloo Kofta

For my third day of blogging marathon, am posting here a low fat version of kofta, prepared with soyachunks and potatoes.Usually koftas are fried either by deepfrying or shallowfrying, being a health conscious person i always goes for baked ones. Since a long,i want to give a try to this low fat version after going through some of my blogger's space.Finally i decided to prepare my koftas through appam pan with few drops of oil and am very satisfied with the final result.

Seriously these koftas turned out absolutely prefect with a crispy outer. Everyone at home just loved it simply with ketchup. With less oil,this koftas are definitely healthier than the deep fried ones,if you dont like baking this version will definitely helps you a lot. Please get faster your appam pan, if you get a nonstick appam pan you doesnt even need to add those few drops of oil too.Check out the marathoners running this 22nd edition of blogging marathon here.Sending to Kid's Delight-Healthy Makeover guest hosted by Rasi, event by Srivalli.


1cup Soyachunks (cooked & grounded as small pieces)
2nos Potatoes (cooked & mashed)
1no Onion (chopped finely)
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1/2cup Roasted gram flour/pottukadala maavu
Salt
1tsp Garam masala powder
Few curryleaves
Oil

Take the grounded soyachunks,mashed potatoes,chopped chillies,chopped onions,roasted gramflour,salt,garam masala powder and curry leaves together in a bowl.

Mix well and make small balls with this mixture.

Heat the appam pan,drop few drops of oil.

Once the oil is hot,drop gently the already prepared balls to the warm oil,put the flame in medium and cook on both sides until the crust turns brown.

Serve hot with ketchup.

43 comments:

  1. I will put this in gravy. nice one.

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  2. Koftas are always favorites... The low fat version will make us guilt free... Looks delicious...

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  3. That is so good Priya!!! well done!!
    Am bookmmarking it!!
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  4. Aloo kofta looks very tempting! Nice healthy snack priya!

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  5. Love these koftas, I can have them even with out any curry :)

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  6. lip-smacking koftas and like your idea of using appam pan.

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  7. Very interesting recipe priya. Nicely done

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  8. Nice healthy and yummy kofta !!

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  9. Nice healthy recipe..Why you are torturing me like this ? oops I am out of control.

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  10. Makes a healthy snack.. Looks yum.

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  11. A healthy dish...looks awesome.

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  12. Veryyy inviting. Cant wait to try the beautiful and crisp rounds <3

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  13. These makes perfect starter and also a good curry when made into a curry. love these Priya. U are great. Really amazing.

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  14. They look so perfect and the baked version is always a treat(guilt free indulgence). Priya wonder how you come up with so many dishes and blogging almost every day simply superb.

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  15. healthy snack.. and perfect texture..

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  16. I will definitely be trying this out tonight... looks absolutely yummy...

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  17. Healthy kofta...looks delicious..love it.

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  18. Wow looks and sounds too good..Loved the low oil version definitely must have been healthy and yum :)
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  19. Wow...that's an absolute delicious recipe.....

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  20. Yummy! I love healthy and delicious food like this.

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  21. i would love to use these for my next kofta curry, u indeed are innovative

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  22. still looks so nice and golden even without deep frying

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  23. Who would have thought : kofta paniyaram! Yum!

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  24. Voilà des boulettes kofta qui ont toutes les saveurs requises. J'aime beaucoup ce genre de plat.
    A bientôt

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  25. Perfect snack for me that too with less oil super....

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  26. Awesome looking koftas.. Healthy & yummy.

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  27. Very nice additions! Thanks for sharing them.

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  28. I luv this kofta s... I had a packet of soya chunks lying in my kitchen rack as my son is nt eatin them wen I use it fr biryani ..I was puzzled as hw to make him eat and I did this today and I can hear the munching sound :)... I used Kuzhi paniyaram pan to cook it... ;)

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