Sunday, July 14, 2013

Mutton Keema(mince) Kebabs: Recipe

Kebabs in itself, I must say is a cuisine to me.!!! What a variety of colour and flavour in it's family, be it veg or non veg.

Kebabs always have to be a staple order if you are visiting a restaurant, atleast my research says that.
You will always see a list of Kebabs flowing in the menu, I can't resist them, so I always have to order 1.

And the Pakistani buffets here in Dubai, I just visit them mainly for their great variety of beef,mutton,chicken and fish kebabs. Each of their Kebabs will taste totally different and unique. I would review one of these restaurants soon after Ramadan.

Kebabs just drag my mind to mughlai,, but I have seen a variety of maharashtrian kebabs too.
Especially in Mumbai you get Kebabs almost made up of every organ of a goat..LOL

This Kebab recipe I am sharing with you is again very easy to make,and easy to take inside your tummy too.


Mutton mince (250gms)
Gram flour (2 tbspn)
Finely chopped Onion (1 medium)
Finely chopped Coriander
Green chilli paste/ grounded 2tspn
Ginger garlic paste 1tspn
1 egg
Salt to taste
Garam masala powder/all spice powder (1/2tspn)

Preparation Time: 40 mins


  • Mix all the above ingredients in a big bowl except the gram flour and the egg. Keep aside for 10 minutes to marinate.You can also squeeze half a lemon to it.(optional)
  • Now add the Gram flour too the mixture and mix well.
  • Keep the oil for heating, you need to deep fry these Kebabs, as we are using raw mince.
  • Add 1 beaten egg to the mixture just when you are ready to fry, and mix very well.It will look like this

  • Now make small, flat, round tikki, and leave them in the oil. Fry on medium flame.
  • Don't make the tikkis too thick as it will leave them uncooked from inside.
  • Once the tikkis are dark brwon in colour, remove them in a plate with tissue paper over it. This will help by soaking the excess oil.
  • Serve with green chutney, or tomato ketchup. You can also serve with Indian bread (paav).

They look tempting right????
 They are actually tasty, crisp from the outside, and tender mince on the inside, with juicy flavours of green chillies, ginger garlic and also lemon.
Do try it!!


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