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Kofta curry, Masala, Gewürzmischung, Shan, 50g


50.0g | €2,58 / 100g
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Kofta Curry is a traditional dish from Pakistan. The main ingredients are tasty meatballs that are deliciously seasoned and cooked in a delicious sauce. Kofta Curry is served with rice or chapati .

Origin: Pakistan

Ingredients of the Kofta Curry Spice Mix: Coriander, red paprika, salt, paprika, roasted chickpeas, papain, cinnamon, dried onions, ginger, black pepper, caraway, mace, nutmeg, green cardamom, garlic, fenugreek leaves.

Product packaging: packed airtight

Storage: store dry & cool

Recipe suggestion - Kofta Curry (meatballs in a spicy curry):

1 kg minced meat, finely

300 g onions, grated

300 g yogurt

1 tbsp garlic paste


tbsp chopped green coriander 175-250g ghee / oil

Shan Kofta curry mix

1. Mix the minced meat, half of the grated onions, half of the yogurt, green coriander and 2 tablespoons of Kofta Curry Mix together and knead everything into a smooth mass. Now shape 40 small round meatballs out of this

2. Heat the ghee and fry the rest of the onion paste until it turns golden brown. Add the garlic, remaining yogurt, and remaining Shan Kofta Curry Mix. Fry everything for a few minutes while stirring and add 2-3 glasses of water. Cook this for about 15 minutes over medium heat.

3. Now put the meatballs in the sauce and set the stove temperature to low. Let the meatballs simmer for about 20 minutes until they are tender. (don't stir!)

Garnish with fresh coriander. Serve the Kofta Curry with simply boiled rice or chapati.