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Posted by on Aug 1, 2013 in Vegetables | 1 comment

Vegetable Kofta / Sobji Kofta

sobji kofta


Try something different in this Eid. Enjoy. Everytime we cook someting for special occasion, meat gets too much priority that we donet get balanced diet. Nowadays lot of people are turning vegetarians. So for sake of balanced diet and give option to vegetarians vegetable kofta is the vegetarian alternative to meat kofta. just make sure that add kofta in hot gravy 10 minutes before serving, longer than that  will ruin the crunch of vegetable kofta.


For Kofta:

• 2/3 cup cabbage

• 2/3 cup Cauliflower

• 1/3 cup carrots

• 1/3 boiled Potato

• 2-3 green chillies chopped

• ¼ teaspoon turmeric powder

• ¼ cup Chickpea Flour (besan)

• ¼ Cornflour

• 2 tbs chopped onion

• ½ ts Salt

• Oil for deep frying

For gravy:

• ½ cup onion paste

• 1 bay leaf

• 1 ts Chilli powder

• ¼ ts turmeric powder

• 1 ts ginger paste

• 1/3 cup oil

• 2 chillies sliced

• 1 ts sugar

• Salt


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How to make:

1. Wash vegetables well, pat dry completely and grate in a grater or food processor.

2. Squeeze grate vegetables, remove the excess water and keep the juice (we will use juice for gravy).

3. Mix the rest of ingredients with the grated vegetables and roll into small balls.

4. Heat pan with oil for deep fry and fry kofta a small batch till it becomes golden brown.

5. Heat oil in a pan and add bay leaves, ginger, chilli powder, turmeric and green chillies and cook till oil is separated.

6. Add 2 tablespoons water and cook again till oil is separated.

7. Add the juice and bring it to boil.

8. Add salt, sugar and cook till you get your desire gravy consistency.

9. Remove from heat and add add the fried kofta  in hot gravy 10 minutes before serving.

10. Enjoy Vegetable Kofta / Sobji Kofta with rice or polau.


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Rownak loves to cook bangladeshi food and share her bengali recipes on her cooking blog. Rownak is determined to introduce all the authentic bangladeshi cuisine to the world and let everyone realise what they were missing out! She is based on sunny Queensland (Gold Coast) in Australia. Rownak writes for a number of bangladeshi cooking blog.

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1 Comment

  1. Your recipes are Fab. I will try every dish.All
    Your dishes are mouth watering. Thank you.

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