Saturday, February 16, 2008

Chicken Kabob


Ingredients:

2 chicken breast ( cut in to thin cubes)
2 tbs ginger and garlic paste
7 green chillis
1/2 bunch cilantro
1/2 cup sour cream
salt
1 cup bell peppers, onions ( cubed)
3 tbs oil

Method
Soak twelve 6-inch wooden skewers in water for 30 minutes.

Grind together green chillis and cilatro into a smooth paste ( with out adding water)
In a bowl take chicken cubes, ginger and garlic paste,salt, green chillis and cilantro paste,sour cream,bell pepper and onion cubes,oil .Mix everything and marinate for 1 hour .
Now thread chicken , bell pepper and onion cubes in to wooden skewer and arrage in a baking sheet.
Pre heat oven to broil mode and broil chicken 8 to 1o min on each side.
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Serve hot .


19 comments:

Asha said...

Beautiful dish Sagari, love the collage too!:))

Uma said...

Looks colorful!

Nina's Kitchen (Nina Timm) said...

Thanks for dropping by on my site. These kebabs look delicious - can't wait for our next barbecue.

vimmi said...

That looks so yummy. Have been meaning to try kababs. will do it on monday. I also have a great recipe for seekh kababs, have to try them too.

Pooja V said...

Simply Superb. Very tasty and colorful.

Meera said...

Those kababs look delicious! Thanks for sharing

Lavanya Raj said...

sagari..i love your blog..beautifull dishes are here..iam drooling here..

vandana rajesh said...

sagari Thanks for dropping in at my cookery corner.These kababs look real good. will try.

Purnima said...

Sagari, the kababs look great! Thks for your lovely comment at my blog!Hv a fundo weekend!

Rosie said...

Oh I do feel hungry viewing those wonderful chicken kebabs Sagari!! I can't wait for summer to try these out on my BBQ or can I wait that long and use a griddle pan?!?!

Thank you for sharing with us :D

Rosie x

Maya said...

Delicious looking kababs Sagari..Yumm..

Homecooked said...

These look so yummy!!! Liked the collage of the different stages too :)

Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said...

Sagari, it makes me feel so hungry. Sitting and browsing in the afternoon around 4 and suddenly your post flashes by click of the button. A good one !

Happy cook said...

Love them. Really delicious looking this

shriya said...

Perfect and yummy Kababs sagari. Love it. Pics looks great.

Dhanggit said...

oh i love these!!

Laavanya said...

I must probably try this marinade with paneer pieces.
Nice looking red bell pepper chutney too.

Pravs said...

this looks so yummy !

Kribha said...

Yum. Sagari, your presentations looks like the one we see in restaurants. Kabobs are my favorite. It's been years since I made this. I remember that you have posted a recipe for the kabob dipping sauce too. Got to try both sometime.