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Came together easly - definately needs the salt and pepper. Will make again for sure.

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Mgnbos April 05, 2008

This recipe made great Kofta. I put all the ingredients, except the meat, into a blender and blended until smooth. Then I kneaded that mixture into the meat. This result in smooth- almost fluffy kofta. I was wonderful! Thanks for posting.

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UmmHumza August 23, 2007

Excellent recipe! Loved by everyone .. I followed your suggestion and served with yogurt cucumber sauce (with mint, garlic and cumin) thank you for a great recipe!

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najwa April 03, 2004

Lovely! I made this but cooked them in the fry pan with a little spray oil. Delish! Will be making again.

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redcrystal September 24, 2012

I made this for Hubby and Little Miss (DD) and they both enjoyed this recipe. Changes I made, I didn't use chillies so Little Miss is able to eat it and used ground coriander because I didn't have fresh ones at home. I can't comment on the flavour (I don't eat red meat) but there was no left overs, I like the fact it was easy to prepare and didn't have to "fry them in oil". Thank you canarygirl.

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Chef floWer August 12, 2009

These have a great flavor. Minty after taste. Nobody wanted dipping sauce, they just ate them as is. Wonderful appetizer

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gardenlady August 06, 2006

I made this, butter chicken, basmati rice, and naan one Sunday...divine! I used beef, but I think I will use lamb next. A+

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HesterX April 12, 2005
Spicy Indian Kofta