Palak Kofta /Spinach Meatballs Recipe

A healthy take on my fav meatballs...I love meatballs since childhood mom used to always make meatballs/ball curry once aweek ..this a healthy take on the same meatball  i have added palak/spinach puree to the meatballs/kofta which gives this koftas a lovely colour and also adds to the nutrients...
These palak kofta/meatballs are so yumm that they disappear  quickly..They make  a lovely snack and can be also seved as a starter in parties.
These palak koftas/spinach meatballs are crisp from out and soft melt in mouth inside



ingredients
250 gms mince
1 onion grated
5-6 garlic cloves
1 inch ginger
1/2 cup blanched spinach
 1/2 cup coriander leaves
 1-2tbsp pudina/mint leaves
3 -4 green chillies
4-5 pepper
1 tsp garam msala powder
1 egg
1 tsp gram flour
1 boiled potato
salt
oil to shallow fry

Method

  • Boil the potato,grate or mash it and keep aside.
  • Blanch a small bunch of palak /spinach and puree it
  • In a grinder /mixer add ,onion green chilli,ginger ,,mint garlic coriander leaves , black pepper , and grind
  • Then add mince ,garam masala powder and salt
  • And grind till all is combined
  • Now add  palak puree,egg ,boiled potato ,besan and  1 tsp lime juice/as needed and mix well.
  • Keep it in the fridge for 30 minutes
  • Heat oil in a  pan to shallow fry
  • Once oil is hot add kofta  and shallow fry till golden brown
  • You can even use Appe pan to fry
  • Serve hot as a starter with ketchup or any dip.



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6 comments:

  1. wow this is super cool snack for aftaar :) ramzan is over no worries i will make in eid :D thanks for sharing glori Love

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  2. U always rock with such beautiful combinations of non Veg items.. Love this finger licking snack. I will try soon. Thanks for sharing it dear

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  3. Delicious looking koftas, love the addition of palak...

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  4. Great innovative recipe ...beautifully pairing spinach and meat....!!!

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  5. Lovely combo, nice with spinach and meat. Love the crispy crunchiness.

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  6. I love these meatballs.. Spinach is the queen here, i think!!

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