Naram Dil Kofta with Roomali Roti

As the name itself suggests, Naram Dil means soft heart. This delicious kebab has got the freshness of dill and sweetness of cranberries as a filling and creamy cashewnut base.

NARAM-DIL-KOFTA-WITH-ROOMALI-ROTI

INGREDIENTS

  • Paneer 160gms
  • dill leaves 2gms
  • dried cranberries 2gms
  • cornflour 2gms
  • gravy 250gms
  • Butter 10gms
  • cream 20ml
  • coriander leaves 2 gms
  • Spice powder 2gms
  • Roomali Roti 3

STEP 1 : PREPARE THE INGREDIENTS
Roughly chop the dill leaves and dried cranberries and add a pinch of salt and mix well. Mash the paneer with your hands. Make 6 portions. Mould them into round balls.

STEP 2 : MAKE THE KOFTAS
Take one ball, press to make it flat. Stuff with a little of the chopped dill leaves and dried cranberries into the center. After stuffing make into a round ball again and keep aside. Do the same with the rest of the portions. Coat the koftas with corn flour. In a deep pan, Add oil to deep fry and fry the koftas till golden brown. Remove and keep on a paper towel to drain the oil.

STEP 3 : PREPARE THE CURRY
In a saucepan, add the butter and 1 tbsp of cooking oil. Once the butter melts, add the gravy, spice powder and let it boil for 3 minutes. Add  a little water to get desired to the consistency. Add in the koftas and cook for a minute. Add 3/4th of the cream and turn the heat off. Add salt to taste.

STEP 4 : HEAT THE ROOMALI ROTIS
Warm up the roti on a hot pan with a drizzle of oil for 2 minutes and keep aside.

STEP 5 : PLATE YOUR DISH
Transfer the kofta curry in a serving dish. Garnish with the rest of the cream and coriander leaves. Serve with roomali rotis. Devour!

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