The word kofta (or kufteh) has its origins in Persian, and it means grounded or pounded. Any thing that is pounded and shaped like a ball and cooked can be called Kofta. You can have meat kofta, sparrow seafood kofta, chicken kofta or even a vegetarian kofta.
But today’s kofta recipe is one of the more popular dishes in Iran mixture of ground beef or camel meat and lamb blended with onions, garlic, egg, yellow split peas , plum, rice and vegetables including tarragon, parsley, coriander, savory, fenugreek, leek, basil, salt and pepper, saffron
HERE IS THE RECIPE FOR KOFTA. BE SURE TO SCROLL DOWN FOR THE STEP-BY-STEP TUTORIAL WITH PHOTOS :
Prep time: 30 minutes
Cook time: 2 hours
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