|February 17, 2023


Veg Kofta Curry is an exotic Indian gravy dish made from mixed vegetable dumplings dunked in an onion-tomato-based gravy.

Koftas are small round or oval-shaped dumplings made from minced vegetables, paneer, etc. along with mild spices that are deep-fried. These Kofta balls have a crispy outer layer and are soft from the inside.

Before serving, the Koftas are simmered for a few minutes in a rich onion-tomato-based gravy which is tempered with spices like cumin seeds, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, bay leaf, fennel seeds, etc.
Vegetable Kofta Curry is an exotic Indian gravy dish that comprises two parts Kofta and curry. The koftas are balls made out of minced veggies and spices that are deep/shallow fried and then added to a tangy, creamy, and spicy onion tomato-based curry. The Kofta's on their own too is very delicious and addictive and can be served as appetizers or snacks with some Green Chutney or Tomato Ketchup. This dish can be served with Rice or any Indian flatbread like Roti/Naan/Chapati etc.
Our Veg Kofta flavor makes for an excellent rich, creamy, and delicious simmer sauce that pairs well with deep-fried minced veggie balls.

    Let's Make Indian Veg Kofta Gravy. 

    Note: All ingredients in blue are available at alcofoods.com


    Veg Kofta is a cashew and tomato based curry with deep fried balls of minced up vegetables. Veg Kofta is an excellent vegetarian substitute for meatballs. Veg Kofta is best served with rice or naan.
    Print Recipe
    • Total Time - 40 minutes
    • Prep Time - 15 minutes 
    • Cook Time - 25 minutes


    • 3 cups - Water
    • 25g - Boiled Potatoes
    • 1/4 tsp -Salt
    • 1/2g tsp - White Pepper
    • 1tsp - Butter
    • 1 tbsp- Heavy Whipping Cream
    • 50g - Alco Veg Kofta Gravy


    • Add the Alco Kofta Curry Gravy (50g) packet to a bowl & mix thoroughly with water to create gravy.
    • Grate paneer and boiled potato. Mash boiled vegetables.
    • Mix paneer, potato, and vegetables with salt and white pepper. Make kofta balls and deep fry them.
    • Melt butter in a pan.
    • Add gravy & bring to a rapid simmer on med/high heat.
    • Add kofta balls in gravy.
    • Stir regularly until thickening or desired consistency for 8-10 min. Stir to avoid burning.
    • Remove from heat & drizzle in the cream. Let's sit for 3 min.
    • Served witsteamedam Rice, Naan, or Chapati.


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