Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Meedo's Delicious Chicken Kofta & Sample Arugula Salad

Recipe by:meedo

500 g Minced chicken breast.
1 Onion, Minced.
1/4 cup Fresh parsley or Coriander, finely chopped.
1/4 cup bread crumbs.
1 egg.
1/4 teaspoon ground cumin.
1/4 ground black pepper.
Salt to taste.
olive oil for shallow-frying.

Frozen Mixed Vegetables (Carrots, pease, Corn)
Or any vegetables you want.

1)Mix all ingredients well.

2)Take about 1/8 cup of the mixture, Put about 2 teaspoons of the filling in the center and gently enclose it, Shape them into sausage shape.

3)Heat oil in frying pan, shallow- fry Kofta in batches until golden browned and cooked through.

Serve with basmati rice & sample arugula salad.

Sample Arugula Salad

Arugula leaves.
Coriander, finely chopped.

olive oil.
fresh lemon juice.

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Dori said...

That looks good, the salad is really pretty... Great dinner!

Yasmeen said...

AsSalaam Alaikum! Love the new look of the blog.Fresh green salad with spicy kofta and rice,I'm all hungry now:)

Anonymous said...

I love kofta! I've never had it stuffed with veggies before, but I will have to try it. Your pictures of the arugula salad are beautiful - so colorfu!

Yoli said...

I need to try this! What a great blog you have here!

Unknown said...

This looks so Yummy :) I love you girls :) I have tried some of your recipes and I have to say THANK YOU!!!! Loved, Loved your recipes, Heck everyone loved it the day I made it. I made your mom's Roasted Chicken with Basmati rice and the zucchini pancakes and some of your flat bread and hummus...Yummy, nothing was left! Thank you again and I will be trying this new recipe tomorrow :)

Ann said...

yeay - you guys are back!!! and the blog looks lovely. Thanks for the lovely recipe.

Ann said...

Yeay!!! you are back!! The blog looks lovely, good work! Thanks for sharing this recipe, looks as delightful as your other posts.

Mona said...

Asak Zainab and Hameeda, How are you guys doing? Nice to see you blogging.
I love to make minced chicken and lamb meat kabab and kofta in various ways. Inshallah I will try yours.
Jazakallah khair for sharing!


Unknown said...

glad to find your arabic food recipes. been living in jeddah for more than ten yrs. and me and my family used to buy cooked arabic foods, but now we're in canada and now that i've found this i have to try cooking following your recipes. everyone's gonna be excited for sure, we've been missing the taste of your food that we once enjoyed.thank you for sharing your recipes.

Cynthia said...

Ladies! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the new site design and those Koftas are a must-try!

Noor said...

Asalam Alaykum, its nice to see you all back again. MashAllah, I love the new site.

Unknown said...

I had to stop by and say that I tried this recipe, and I think I found a FAVORITE DISH :) It was truly Yummy :) I had to make some more for my coworkers. Now they want the recipe too! Since I can't keep you girls to myself, I went ahead and have them your web address, so they will be joining the club to AWESOMELY GOOD COOKING :) Bless you girls, have a good day :)

Miriam said...

I love your blog, I've been following it for months already and I really like its new design!

And this looks like a really good recipe for warmer days, chicken koftas... I shall try them.

Anonymous said...

Looks delicious ... and easy to make .. Laila .. http://limeandlemon.wordpress.com/

Chef Jeena said...

These look fantastic - I always love your recipes!

Great new look. :-)

NKP said...

That looks so delicious! How do you mince your chicken?

Arabic Bites said...

Thank you all for the comments :)

Glad you like the recipe :D

using food processor or food grinder,or buy it minced.

Noblese said...

Looks real yummy! Came to your blog and really loved it. Keep the good work going.

Unknown said...

What a tasty looking recipe! It is always neat to find food blogs with step by step pictures!

Anonymous said...

New look, same great recipes. I can't wait to try this latest one.

test it comm said...

Those chicken rolls look tasty!

ღ♥ღ Nesrin Designs ღ♥ღ said...

alsalam alaikom
it's a great blog from great Arabic blogger

go ahead :)


Kana said...

I have made lamb kofta before - thanks for this recipe!

Verve Verse said...


Anonymous said...

I just love the new site :) It is fabulous as are those koftas!

Selma - DUSBAHCESI said...

I've just discovered your blog! I will add it to my favorites. The chicken kofta looks very nice.

Rahin said...

love both... the new site design and the koftas

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

A fantastic meal! So delicious looking!



Anonymous said...

You take great pictures!

Anonymous said...

These pizza reminds me the ones I get everytime I go to Istanbul. So delicious, thanks for the recipe!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Delicious! A perfect dish for the hotter days!



MsGourmet said...

I have never tried chicken kofta before. This is a wonderful recipe and I look forward to trying it!

Nadia said...

I maade the chicken kofta for iftar yesterday, and it was great. Thanks for the recipe - looking forward to tring out other recipes on your website.

Nadia - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Anonymous said...

Assalamualikum sisters,

Tried Meedo's chicken kofta and the recipe is so simple and flavourful. I tried the recipe 3x already and everyone loved it.

Always wanted to buy minced chicken at our halal store, but didn't know what to make...so thanks for the recipe.

Take care,
Aisha :)

Ghassan said...

I tried this recipe tonight and it is really good. I do think that you need 3/4 cup of breadcrumbs, half cup of finely chopped onions and half cup of fresh chopped parsley. I also added paprika to the mix. The vegetable filling ads a balance to the taste of the meet. Well done.

Firdous said...

Tried the Koftas. Everyone at our place loved em. Stuffed some with mozzarella slices and my kids were very happy

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