Monday, 27 May 2019

Indian Style mince kebab Recipe

Hello Friends,

Its that time of the year again. Ramzan, the month of feasting and fasting. Every year I cook up a few Ramzan specials and serve up an Iftaar party. Just so you can recollect, this is my post from Last year.

Indian Style mince kebab Recipe


This year, I prepared a few dishes too, but today I wish to share with you am Indian style mutton mince Kebab Recipe.  The good thing about this recipe is that I purchased my mutton mince at Meatigo.com an online portal.  Meatigo.com brings you India's best selection of world-class gourmet meat and delicatessen products and delivers it right to your doorstep. Meatigobelieves on selling only the highest quality meats from great farms & partners, the using precise preparation methods and a scientific approach in the way meats are cut, packed, stored and delivered. 






Ingredients

For the first Step
500g lamb mince
½ cup soaked Channa Dal
1 tsp ginger garlic paste
1 tsp crushed Cumin seed
3-4 whole red chilies
Dry whole Garam masala Spices
Salt to taste

Second Step - Marinade
1 green chilli, finely chopped
½ tsp red chilli powder
1 tsp garam masala
Handful of chopped Mint leaves,
Handful of chopped coriander leaves
2 eggs 
 Oil for frying

Indian Style mince kebab Recipe

Method


1.      Wash the mince well, but since its meat from Meatigo, it was clean and totally free of fat. Just one wash and mince was ready to be cooked.
2.      Add ingredients from set 1 - ginger garlic, salt, dry whole spices, and cumin seeds and washed channa dal to the washed mince.
3.      Put this in a pan on slow gas and cook until the water evaporates to make a dry paste. This will take 15-20 minutes to dry completely. Switch off the gas and let the mixture cool.
4.      Now add this mixture to a blender and blend till it becomes a fine pasty mixture.
5.      Place the lamb mince in a large bowl and mix together using your hands to ensure all the spices are evenly distributed.

6.      Now add finely chopped onion, green chili, coriander, mint, and beaten eggs.
7.      Make round palm size flat discs of the mince mixture and shallow fry in the pan till brown on both sides.
8.      Serve it hot with mint chutney and onions rings.

Note - You can add a boiled potato instead of channa dal but the taste changes completely.  Cut the spices if you are not used to it. Only garam masala and ginger garlic are enough to flavour your kebabs.

Indian Style mince kebab Recipe


 My Iftaar Table had falooda, Mango cream, vegetable sandwiches, channa masala and of course delicious lamb kebabs. Such an easy yet tasty recipe to do. Do let mekow in the comments below how you make your kebabs. 

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for this detailed recipe. The dish looks stunning and I'm going to try it soon.

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  2. It's so tempting and you have explained the recipe so well and in detail that I could try my hands too.

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  3. I love the way you have explained about the recipe I'll try the same thing with Soya chunks, as we don't eat non veg. Could you suggest on how would that taste ?

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  4. I always love reading your stories 😊

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  5. Wow these kebabs look absolutely delectable! I must try them at home soon.
    Noor Anand Chawla

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  6. Really a great recipe. You have really made it very easy to make. This is definitely gona be my iftar tomorrow..

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  7. Wow that looks so delicious and the instructions are so easy to follow

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  8. This is such an infomative blog post. Thanks for sharing it with me 🙂

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  9. It looks so yummy . I will try out this recipe.

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  10. That looks super yummy... I will share the recipe with my husband... Coz I m a vegetarian but he loves non-veg

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  11. Really looks tmyummy n tasty.. Am going to try it for sure

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