Protein-rich palak paneer kofta is very easy to make at home and can find the topmost place in your list of varied kofta recipes. Here’s a step-by-step recipe for you.

As soon as the winters start, we spot more greens in our lunch and dinner plates. Palak paneer is one of our favourite dishes . Protein and iron-rich spinach gravy combined with creamy paneer pieces, which are also a great source of proteins, makes for a healthy, nutrient-rich dish for our Indian meal.


But  I prepared palak paneer kofta because  it’s very different in taste and healthy recipe for my family.  This crispy kofta made with both palak and paneer with a  tangy onion-tomato gravy brimming with flavourful spices.

Serve with steamed rice or chapatti.

Preparation Time-10 min
Cooking Time- 20 min.
Serve- 4 person
Type- main course


· 1 bunches Blanched spinach squeezed and chopped

·Besan or gram flour 2 tspn

·Salt to taste

·Green chillies finely chopped 4-5

·Paneer (cottage cheese) grated 1 cup

·Oil 2 tablespoons

·3 Finally onion paste

       ·Ginger and garlic paste 1 ½tbspn

·2 medium Tomatoes choppedor paste

·Red chilli powder 1/4 teaspoon

·Turmeric powder 1/4 teaspoon

·Garam masala powder 1 teaspoon

·Some Fresh coriander leaves chopped


take one bunch spinach wash and boil.

Add  boiled palak in grinder add green chilli ginger garlic and jeera make fine paste.

Add oil in pan add palak puree saute 2 min.

Add turmeric powder, redi chili powder, and salt mix well.

Add 2 tspn besan mix well,  saute till mixture dry.

Make a good mixture if need more gram flour for binding then add as per your need.

Mixture is ready.

Divide the spinach mixture into  equal sized balls. Stuff grated paneer into them. 

All koftas coat with corn flour.

Heat oil in pan add kofta and fry golden from both sides.

Deep-fry the koftas till golden brown. Drain onto an tissue paper.

Heat two tablespoon of oil in a pan or kadai. Add onions paste and fry till golden in colour. 

Add ginger and garlic pastes. Cook till oil surfaces.


Add tomatoes and cook for eight to 5 minutes.

 Add red chilli powder, turmeric, garam masala powder and salt. Stir and cook till leave oil in surface of pan.

Add one  cup of water. Bring it to a boil and simmer for few minutes on low flame.

 Add more water if  gravy is too thick.(as par your required)


Arrange all koftas in a serving dish and pour hot gravy on top and serve.

 Garnished with chopped coriander and some grated paneer.

Serve with steamed rice or hot chapati.

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