56 thoughts on “VEGAN MALAI KOFTA | must-try Indian recipe

  1. Did it and the whole family loved it, even the father who’s more of a meat guy ! Amazing recipe, thanks !

  2. I just tried this recipe yesterday – it’s one of my all time favorite Indian dishes. This recipe was honestly the best Malai Kofta I have ever tasted! Thank you so much for this – will definitely keep it as one of our regular dinners!

  3. great recipe! the knife you use to chop the tomatoes looks so cool – getting through the skin is always a struggle for me! do you have a link to where you got the knife?

  4. Love, love, love your food! Indian food is my favorite. I wonder if we could put the kofta in the air fryer if we wanted an alternative to frying in oil. It works amazingly well with potato wedges, making them super crispy on the outside and soft and creamy on the inside. Hmmmm, , ,

  5. I am binge watching your videos right now! Being quarantined and sick, so lying on the sofa and watching amazing recipes with added nerdiness, humour and dances… it’s a total win in MY book! Thanks for making my quarantine a LOT more enjoyable! (And that little dance in the middle had me laughing out loud!)

  6. Thank you for showing me how to make vegan kofta! (Dairy allergy over here) Your videos have been literally life changing for me

  7. I am going to tackle this next after the success I have had with your red lentil curry. Not a big fan of tofu but I will try it in this recipe and see what happens

    1. @Rainbow Plant Life Thank you for the prompt reply..it looks amazing.
      My friend and I have decided to split our weekly diet into a vegan 3 day diet and the other 3 days to eat chicken and meat normally so I am very excited and looking for recipes.
      Your food looks amazing, thank you for sharing ❤️😍

  8. Malai Kofta is one of my all-time favorite Indian dishes. Whenever I go to an Indian buffet (I like the variety, what can I say!?), I will call ahead to see if they’re serving Malai Kofta. I’ve somewhat recently gone vegan, and certainly haven’t been to a buffet during the pandemic, and I was missing good, no, amazing, Indian food. So when I saw this video and read the recipe, I knew I had to try it. And although it does require some serious prep and cooking time, this recipe did NOT disappoint! Wow. Amazing! My taste buds were having a party in my mouth! It’s best to eat this fresh, but leftovers can be good as well. Thank you for sharing your amazing recipe, knowledge, and love for amazing vegan food with your growing audience.

  9. I love the humor snippets, it’s so much of a fresh air. I’m soooo into Indian cusines recently, and this one intrigued me the most alongside Aloo Gohbi when my brother teased me about it. I think Indian cuisine is a big check for vegetarians. The way they incorporate spices makes me not steer away from vegetables. I love how you dip that flat bread into the gravy, now I’m seriously craving for a Malai Kofta! 🥰

  10. Peace.. Shalom.. Salam.. Namaste and Thank You Everybody for All that you are doing to Heal our Mother Earth 🙏🏻 😊 🌈 ✌ 🌷 ☮️ ❤️

  11. whoa thats not low cal, lol! Just made that, didnt have the single spices, but a yet unopened bag of wohle-seeds garam masala mix that i threw in a coffee grinder – did the trick!
    I dont like fried stuff so i threw in tofu and coarsely cut cauliflower at the end, no less satisfying I think! (hey, as rich as the “gravy” is, …)

    I wonder, though: would it not preserve more aroma of the spices to do the onions first, then throw in the ground spice mix into the remaining oil for a few secs, instead of high-heating it alone and then some time longer with the onions?
    Anyway, I think I’ll need a fasting day tomorrow 😀

  12. Hello u inspire me for this dish but i made the balls from 3 kinds of beans like black, red and canneli . same spices and procedures. How can i send you the photo? So u can view also. Thanks again you’re a big help my family loved it.

    🙏 Namaste

  13. This dish looks like Heaven. I won’t stop thinking about it until I make it. BTW, thank you for showing the area of India where this is the specialty. I agree with the other comments that your dance was cute and your voice is very soothing.

  14. Just made this and it was delicious! We really loved the sauce especially. For a quicker meal (I know it isn’t traditional to this dish) ….I’ve just been making the sauce and adding canned chickpeas to it. My husband said it was the best curry dish and better than any vegan dish we’ve ordered at Indian restaurants.

    1. @Len same spice amounts as the recipe calls for. Just added canned chickpeas to the gravy and omitted the fried potato balls.

  15. Everything is amazing a nd you are amazing, but the only thing I don’t get is how can you do it all in the long sleeves

  16. okay i just have to post a comment – i’m Indian and i am always sceptical of an Indian recipe online – but OMG it was delicious! My parents loved it too. i also love your channel, i’ve already tried a few recipes, can’t wait to try all of them! 🙂

  17. So, can you explain the difference between dishes with the whole masala/aromatics approach versus oil seasoned with mustard seed, jeera and hing as the base layer? Are these just regional differences in how the curries are built or is there really a different flavor profile? Thx.

    1. don’t follow this recipe. Even vegan Malai Kofta is nothing like this. Damn she really spoiled the recipe. The gravy she made is fuckn raw. The gravy she made is sauted in butter with some spices and cooked for many minutes. Also the koftas (balls) are fckn dry. Kofta are deep fried in oil. Don’t why these chefs like to change the recipe and make it shitty.

  18. One of my favourite curries! I’m making this for friends and wonder if I can prep the kofta ‘dough’ a couple of days in advance so I can just cook them off on the day?

  19. that looks so yummy and how the heck do you manage to stay so fit after eating such heavy meal?

  20. This turned out delicious. I made it Jain without garlic and onion. Would love a vegan paneer makhani recipe!

  21. Yesterday I discovered your channel and got addicted to your videos… Can’t stop watching your videos and trying you recipes… 😌😘

  22. 😵😵😵😵😵😵 besides Masala Dosa I was hoping you’d have a video for this! 🤤

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