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Taste-wise, I really enjoyed this recipe. But it was kind of a 3 1/2 star for me. It really is a lot of work, but if you're a malai kofta fan, that's par for the course so I expected that. My first batch of koftas was fantastic, but after that they started falling apart ... not sure what I did wrong there. I managed to veganize this using a vegan cheddar in the koftas and plain soy in the sauce with a little flour to thicken. I agree that this makes double the amount of koftas you need. I like the suggestion of adding more raisins (which I chopped up), as well as the suggestion of adding tomatoes to the sauce. Very tasty sauce, altho I didn't think it needed as much salt as called for. Thanks for sharing! ZWT6 Zingo.

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magpie diner June 30, 2010

I made this for last night and it was so good! It was a little bit of work, but it was so well worth it. this is definitely something I will make again!

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Studentchef June 25, 2010

This makes a lot of Koftas. I would recommend halving the Kofta part of the recipe and leaving the sauce the same. Also, I would add more raisins. 2 russets ended up being about 3 cups mashed for anyone wanting to give instant potatoes a whirl.

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Renegade Chef April 29, 2009

This was a pretty good recipe! I made some minor changes based on what I had on hand, (peanuts instead of cashews and oil instead of butter) but made basically as written. The only thing tha I would suggest is that I added tomatoes to the sauce because there was not nearly enough sauce to cover all of the koftas that this recipe made. Thanks for posting!

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I Cook Therefore I Am September 02, 2008
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