Kofta with Tomatoes. Add the canned tomatoes, sumac, cinnamon, saffron and red pepper flakes. Taste and season with salt accordingly. Bring to the boil, then reduce to a light simmer, uncovered and stirring occasionally, while preparing the kofta.
Fresh tomatoes are preferred but if you only have canned tomatoes those work too, it's all about ease and versatility in this dish. Kofta: Spiced minced meatballs in tomato sauce Kofta, meatballs in tomato sauce. Kofta is the quintessential South Sudanese soul food; rich, spicy, flavorful and just plain yummy. You can have Kofta with Tomatoes using 13 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
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Ingredients of Kofta with Tomatoes
- It’s 2 lbs of mix ground lamb and beef.
- Prepare 1 of chopped onions.
- You need 1/2 cup of dry parsley.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of dry coriander.
- You need 2 tablespoon of salt.
- It’s 11/2 tsp of all spices.
- It’s 1 teaspoon of each pepper.
- It’s of Nutmeg, turmeric, paprika, hot chili garlic powder, onion powder.
- It’s 1/4 cup of Italian crumbs bread.
- Prepare 2 tablespoon of yogurt.
- It’s Can of tomatoes sauce.
- You need 1 cup of water.
- Prepare of Vegetables of your choice I topped with carrots and mushrooms.
It is the first thing to go in a party. You know it is a special occasion when your mother cooks kofta at home. Kofta – meat patties – are something of an obsession throughout the Middle East. These meat patties can be baked, fried, grilled, braised; stuffed into pita and drizzled with tahini; or baked in a tomato sauce and served with rice.
Kofta with Tomatoes instructions
- Mix the meat with all the spices and spread it on tray our kofta we spread it we do not loge it sorry not meatloaf 😆.
- Lay vegetables on top cook add 1/2 cup water.
- Cook at 450 f for 10 minutes then add the tomatoes sauce change temperature to 350 and bake for 45 minutes enjoy it with yellow rice.
Scatter over coriander and serve with couscous. Kofta is a family of meatball or meatloaf dishes found in the Indian subcontinent, South Caucasian, Middle Eastern, Balkan, and Central Asian cuisines. In the simplest form, koftas consist of balls of ground meat – usually beef, chicken, lamb or mutton, pork, or a mixture – mixed with spices or onions. In Muslim areas, pork is not used, and in India, beef is not used. Malai Kofta is a very popular Indian vegetarian dish where balls (kofta) made of potato and paneer are deep fried and served with a creamy and spiced tomato based curry.