Cabbage Kofta Curry

Cabbage is one of my favorite veggies. It looks very fresh and has a cute shape of a ball. But when it comes to cooking it became repetitive with the same recipes being made over and over again. I was so bored that I had to try something different. My old recipe collection came to my rescue. Flipped flopped some pages and voila!!!! I got this spicy, mouth watering recipe. What a lunch it was..

So enjoy your meal with this spicy cabbage kofta curry!!

Ingredients –

Cabbage (sliced) – 1 ½ cups
Potatoes (cut into cubes) – 2 medium sized
Ginger garlic paste – 1 tablespoon
Tomatoes (finely chopped) – 2 medium sized
Onion (finely chopped) – 1 large sized
Coriander Powder- 1 teaspoon
Cumin powder- 1 teaspoon
Red chili powder – 2 teaspoon
Turmeric powder – 1 teaspoon
Bay leaf – 1 -2
Garam masala – 1 teaspoon
Kasuri methi – 1 teaspoon
Besan/ Chick pea flour – as per requirement
Salt – to taste
Sugar – ½ teaspoon
Oil – to deep fry and for the veggie

Procedure –

  • Boil the cabbage until tender, drain and keep aside to cool down.
  • In a bowl transfer the cooled cabbage and add ½ teaspoon red chili powder, ½ teaspoon turmeric powder, salt and add besan along with little water so that small round shaped balls (koftas) could be formed.

  • Deep fry these koftas on a low flame so that these get fried inside out properly.

  • Also fry the potatoes like finger chips.
  • In a thick bottomed pan heat 2 tablespoons of oil and add chopped onion and bay leaves. Sauté until the onion becomes transparent.
  • Add the ginger garlic paste and chopped tomatoes and fry well. Add the coriander powder, cumin powder, and turmeric powder and garam masala to it. Cook on a low flame until oil starts to separate from the sides.
  • Add little water to make the gravy according to the required consistency. Add red chili powder, salt and sugar to it and mix well.
  • Add the fried potatoes and let it cook.
  • Finally add the koftas and stir gently and cook for 2 minutes with lid on.
  • Serve hot with rotis or chapattis.

Tips –

One could also use fresh garam masala.
The koftas taste just like pakodas, so could be made as a tea time snack also ;).

19 thoughts on “Cabbage Kofta Curry

  1. Thanks for visiting my blog,ur comment helped me to take a peek at ur blog…I must say u have a catchy blog,all the recipes looks awesome and great clicks as well..

    Cabbage Kofta Curry looks very innovative n sounds delicious….

    Keep Rocking n Njoy Blogging…

  2. You have such a wonderful space, Deepa! The cabbage koftas look absolutely delicious … wish I had cabbage in the refrigerator to make these beauties, right away. And that photograph, wants me to lick my screen clean!

  3. Cabbage Kofta curry looks innovative…

    DIKHNE ME ITNA KHOOBSURAT HAI TO KHANE ME AUR BHI JYDA LAJAWAB HOGA!!!! thanks for sharing

    cheers

  4. Deepa, thanks so much for visiting my blog and your kind words! You have a lovely blog yourself…love your tagline (cooking aint rocket science :))

    I love kobi pakoras but adding them to curry sounds delicious and tempting!

    Cheers,
    Vinaya

  5. Totally agree with you about the same type of cabbage sabzi, its very easy to prepare hence prepared no. of times but does become boring after some time !

    Loved your version of Cabbage Koftas, haven’t tried this till now but will give it a try soon :)

  6. wow ,u have a very nice space.Cabbage kofta looks very yum and absolutey a new dish.
    Pictures are great.

  7. You have a very nice blog here. Thanks for visiting mine. I would love to make this mouthwatering dish. I got an Indian Spice box for Christmas and want a lot more recipes to use it with. Thanks again!

  8. Hellow Everyone,

    Thanks Rachana, Ramya, Renuka, Namitha, Sheetal, Jagruti, Siddhi, Vinaya, SE, Pj, Linda, Kanchan, Sushma, Jeyashri, Lyndsey, Simplyfood and Padhu for your wonderful replies.

    A warm welcome to all the new visitors, great to have you here. Look forward for more visits.

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