6/27/2016

Recipe: Yummy Seekh Kababs






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Photo: Oh, Lady Mania

Seekh Kabab are meat based kababs with lots of spices. Mostly these kababs are cooked as a BBQ dish at special events or picnics. The procedure for bbq is a little bit lengthy and tiresome and this is the reason many people avoid bbq.

Today, we are sharing an easy recipe to enjoy Seekh kabab without any difficulty. The recipe is very easy to follow and would not require any particular ingredients that you have search on store shelves. All you need is meat mince of your choice and regular spices.

Photo: Oh, Lady Mania

Let’s start the quick recipe of Seekh Kababs:

Ingredients

Mince 750gms, (mutton, beef or chicken)
White onion 1 tbsp, finely chopped
Bread slices 2, soaked in water or milk
Ginger and garlic paste 1 tbsp each
Lemon juice 2 tbsp
Green chilies paste 1 tbsp
Red chili powder to taste
Salt to taste
Black pepper powder 1 tsp
All spice powder 1 tsp
Egg 1, lightly beaten
Oil for frying
Charcoal piece

Method

Marinate mince with all the above mentioned ingredients except oil and charcoal.
Marinate the mixture for 40-50 minutes. Keep it in fridge.
After marination time is completed, shape the kababs as shown in photo. You can thread them on a skewer (seekh) and after smoothing like a kabab, carefully remove them from the skewer onto the plate. Their shape should be like a Seekh kabab.
In a frying pan, heat oil 4-6 tbsp and gently place the kababs for frying.
Cook kababs 5 minutes on each side or till tender.
Take extra care while you turn them in pan during frying.
Seekh kababs are ready to serve.

To have a good BBQ aroma, just add a lit coal piece in the center of the kababs and add few drops of oil on it. Immediately cover the kababs with a lid or anything so that Seekh kababs can have a nice coal smell.


Serve Seekh kababs with a chutney of your choice.



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69 comments:

  1. Will try this if I have time, thanks!

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  6. This looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing! xx

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  7. These look delicious. I would love to try the recipe on Eid. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. I really like kebab too, so this recipe will be really useful, definately, I'll use it in the future ;)

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  10. These are my favorite. A good BBQ cannot be done without these on the table, so delicious!

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  11. This recise seem so yummy!!! To try asap! :)
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  12. Thank you so much my dear :)

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  13. I don't eat fried food, but I might try preparing this for my husband:)

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  14. ohhhhh they look tasty^_^

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  16. are really so yummy... please leave me a couple of them cause I still haven't had my dinner yet!! :)
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  17. Have a great evening, dear :)

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  19. Looks yummy and its easy as well, though I am not a fan of seekh kebabs
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