Thursday, May 1, 2008

Hara sheek Kabab



Ingredients

1 pound ground meat ( I used chicken ,u can use any meat )
2 tsp ginger garlic paste
1/2 cup bread crumbs (approx)
1 tbs garam masala
1/2 cup onions ( very very finely chopped)
2 to 3 tbs oil
salt
Wooden skewers ( soak in water before using )
Baking tray lined with foil
Lemon juice before serving

Grind to a smooth paste

1/2 cup cilantro
10 mint leaves
4 to 5 green chillis



Method

Add ground meat , salt, ginger garlic paste , cilantro , mint and green chilli paste, garam masala,
oil, finely chopped onions , bread crumbs to a bowl ,Mix everything
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Take a lemon size ball of meat and SHAPE like as shown in above picture on to a wooden skewers
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Preheat oven to 450 f
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Place the prepared meat skewers on a baking tray and cook for 12 to 15 min on one side then turn the skewers and cook another 12 to 15 until meat is cooked completely
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Done
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Squeeze lemon juice and serve hot

U may also like Chicken Kabob

25 comments:

kamala said...

I am going to make this weekend sagari.It is very tempting

Cham said...

really tempting ur kabab! Looks yum:)

Uma said...

Congrats on your award, Sagari!

Kalai said...

I am so making these! Phenomenal, Sagari. Congrats on the award!! :)

Rachel said...

Congrts on the award!

The kababs look so inviting....

meeso said...

I'm so excited to see recipes like this as it gets warmer outside...they look delicious!

sunita said...

Sagari, those kebabs look very tempting :-)

Mona said...

Wow, those look so good! I love kababs, and keep trying new recipes, thnx for sharing your version! And congratulations on the award!

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Divya Vikram said...

thats is mouthwatering sagari..Thanks for honouring me with the award..

Pearlsofeast said...

wow sagari, This a great recipe,Thanks for considering me and I feel so happy to be honored.

It feel so great and thrilling !!!!!!!!

By the way I am hooked to ur sponge cake and I enjoy ur photographs.

Shilpa said...

Where can I get ground chicken in US?

Meera said...

Looks very tempting.

Sagari said...

Shilpa---U can get ground chicken in any grocery store near ground beef I think

IF not u can just add boneless thighs and breast(cubes (half cup once) in a chopper and pulse it 2 to 3 times

Pravs said...

congrats on the yummy award and hara sheek kabab looks simply yummilicious :D

Sig said...

Those look totally yummy Sagari, you deserve the yummy blog award :)

Asha said...

Well deserved award, Sagari. Looking at the Kabab, you need another award!:))

Prema Sundar said...

Wow... looks lovely.. wanted to try this with soya granules..thanks for sharing rhis wonderful recipe.
congrats on the award dear.

Madhavi said...

Congratulations Sagari for award, u deserve it:))

Priya Balchand said...

My hubby likes kebabs and I love chicken kebabs... the colors and the dish tells you all the ingredients are mixed perfectly and done perfect... Will try this soon. Thanks for sharing...I would like to add your link in my blog.

farida said...

Congrats on your well deserved award!

Oh, my! I love shish kabab and I am drooling over your post and pictures now.

Passionate baker...& beyond said...

Oooooooooh sounds finger licking good! This is just the right season to make these yummies...CONGRATS on the award; your blog is truly YUMMY!!

Maya said...

Congrats on the award Sagari and kabab's looks really yumm. I have tagged you for a MeMe, please check out my blog :)..

vandana rajesh said...

That's a yummy kabab . On a vacation now would definitely try it as soon as i get back.

Shilpa said...

These turned out awesome. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe.

Naz said...

This kabab receipe is excellent i tried it when we did barbeque on the beach, it was a instant hit. Thanks for this lovely receipe.