Shaam savera is basically a kofta in some rich gravy. The actual recipe is made using spinach and paneer balls- but in this video, Bhukkad Chef Kajal Sharma shows us how to prepare the same using some multigrain atta and moong dal as base, filled with some paneer and added to some rich gravy.
To make this interesting dish you’ll need:
• Garlic paste-1 tsp
• Ginger-1/2 inch
• Salt to taste
• Kashmiri red chili powder-2 tbsp
• Makhni gravy masala-2 tbsp
• Butter-2 tbsp
• Nourish ghee-1 tbsp
• Nourish moong dal sabut boiled 1/2 cup
• Green food colour-2-3 drops
1. To make sham savera balls – in a bowl add some sabut moong dal and multigrain atta along with some salt and green food color. Make a dough and then flatten out the ball.
2. Inside the dough add some rolled paneer and cover it out.
3. In a pan take some oil or desi ghee and then fry these atta balls.
4. For the gravy, you’ll first need to pressure cook onions, tomatoes, ginger garlic, green chilli and cardamom along with some water. Also add some cashews. Pressure cook for 4-5 whistles.
5. Once done, cool it down and then grind in a mixer along with some fresh malai. Strain out the mixture into a bowl.
6. Now in a pan add some butter and desi ghee. Next pour the gravy into the pan and add salt, makhni masala and red chilli powder. Cook this gravy until thick.
7. To plate the dish, pour some gravy on to a plate and then add the fried atta balls. You can cut it into half to give it a more aesthetic look.