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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

     My hubby is a great fan of kebabs,he always loves it..I have tasted kebab only once and had no idea about the recipe. And When I tried this kebabs at home for the first time,even I loved it and no doubt my hubby loved it too! So will make this very often here after in weekends.

SEEKH KEBAB

INGREDIENTS

Recipe Source: Nita mehta’ s cookbook

Split moong dal/paasi paruppu 1 cup
Ginger 1” piece
Garlic 8-1- flakes
cumin seeds/jeera 1 tsp
Garam masala 1 tsp
Red chilli powder 1 tsp
Bread 3 slices
salt 1 tsp(adjust)
Chopped finely,3 different colours of capsicum 2 tbls each
Onion 1/2,chopped
Oil 3 tblsp

SEEKH Kabab

Method:

  1. Soak dal for atleast 2 hours. Drain water and grind it along with ginger,garlic and cumin seeds to a thick paste.Soak the skewers for an hour,too in water if you are using wooden skewers.
    grind ground
  2. Heat a heavy bottomed pan or a non stick pan with oil and add the ground paste. Keep stirring until the dal changes in colour(gets cooked) and the mixture becomes dry.It should not stick in the pan.
    fry in a pan note the colour change
  3. Remove the brown crust in the bread slices and give it a quick dip in water and squeeze out the excess water. Mash it and add it to the dal mixture. Add the masala powders,salt and mix well.
    Add bread,powders Mixed
  4. Pre-heat the oven 230oC meanwhile.
  5. Divide into 12-15 equal portions.Take a portion of the dough and stick it in the skewer along the length as shown in the picture. Lastly press the mixed,colourful capsicums and the onions on the outer of the kebabs.
    Stick to skewer Stick the capsicum and onion
  6. Brush generously with oil and arrange them in the tray lined with greased aluminium foil. Bake it for 15 minutes or until the ends of the kebabs starts turning golden brown. Turn it over in between(take care not to keep the oven wide open for long time,and also dont get hurt by the hot oven).
    colourful kabab ready to bake
  7. serve hot with green chutney and vegetable salads!

Sheek Kebab

Notes:

  • The original recipe calls for massor dal instead of moong dal,I tried it with moong dal.
  • Also the original recipe ask you to deep fry. You can either deep fry or bake it. If you dont have oven also you can try it on grill pan,stove top method too!
  • You can use ginger garlic paste too insted grinding it along with the dal.
  • Gulnar means ‘soft’ and the kebabs really do justice to the name –its very soft inside and crisp outside…
  • As I am making for the fist time,please dont mind the uneven shapes ..hehe
  • I made less quantity than the mentioned recipe above.

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72 comments:

  1. A great cook with great pictures. Luv it

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  2. I never did with pasi parrupu kebab, they are quiet colorful and perfect!

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  3. colorful post.Love tat serving plate :)

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  4. Oh wow!! the Kebabs look so inviting. Very well presented :)

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  5. This is brilliant Raks! Will try soon :)

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  6. Wowwwwww! I have seen only chicken and mutton kebabs so for. this is really nice. Will try it for sure! :)

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  7. happy V'day Raks.. this looks better than the hotel served kababs... superb snaps.. :)

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  8. Seekh kababs r my favorite too raji..I tried wid chana dal...might be my next try would be with masoor dal like u mentioned in d original recipe..looks super cool your platter

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  9. sounds interesting dear...
    will soon give a try :)

    wonderful clicks !!!!!

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  10. Mouthwatering pics..Should try it some time. Have been thinking of making it and your pics are tempting enough to give it a try.

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  11. the picture is so colourful and so pleasing..looks yumm...

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  12. tempting pictures..looks good

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  13. Will u believe I havent tasted kebabs at all...never tempted me but now seeing urs I m way too tempted to try n taste it...Ckirame try panitu solren :) Looks so perfectly done, luv the last tiled pic very much

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  14. Yummy kebabs, Raks..Loved the recipe and the pics..

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  15. Looks so inviting and colourful . I have to try them soon...thanks for sharing these with us.

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  16. Kebabs look so inviting And Tempting..Nice Click!

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  17. Kebabs looks absolutely yummy, will try out soon.. Raji i tried out ur potato murukku last sunday,i have posted it today,they came out super delicious dear, thanks yaar..

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  18. Awesome one. When u posted this in FB i was waiting for this recipe.Though i dont have an oven i will deepfry this one (atleast once in a while ok,he he).
    Beautiful pictures

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  19. Wowo they look perfect and so so delicious. Drooling here.

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  20. very yummy kababs.........i used to visit and try many of ur recipes even b4 i started my blog........very nice blog u hav.......pls visit my blog also vn u get time........happy 2 follow u.........
    http://experimentswithtaste.blogspot.com/

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  21. Great veggie kebabs..They r healthy too..Awesome clicks...

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  22. Hai
    Lovely blog.I would like to share an award which I received from Shilpi. Please collect it at my blog.

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  23. your seek kebabs pictures are making me crazy !!! Well made and looks inviting

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  24. I love kebabs and this one calls for a making in home...

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  25. Kabab are my hubbys fav too.. looks very tempting .. nice resentation..

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  26. Looks just way too awesome and tempting. The color, the texture and the same tempt me too much Raji :) love it totally and your pics, I have no other go to keep letting you know that you rock :)

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  27. pics are awesome raks,felt like having it now...

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  28. Wowww!! I love kebabs. The way you presented rocks. Will make it sure.
    http://myexperimentswithfood.blogspot.com

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  29. This looks so perfect and royal , will try this... with masoor or moong dal as mentioned by you !

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  30. Looks awesome dear and not deep frying is nice twist you did ...very colourful

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  31. this is goegeous .. very nice

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  32. Hi. Have tried these kababs with masoor dal and had loved it. I love seekh kababs and have been experimenting a lot with them.
    Love the bright clicks.

    FOODELICIOUS

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  33. Waiting for the recipe dear! luks really nice...will try it.

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  34. wow what a lovely kebabs and excellent pictures... by the way where you get those plates????
    Dish Name Starts with F
    Learning-to-cook
    Regards,
    Akila

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  35. Love your presentation, Raks. And am sure we will also love these when I will try your recipe from here.

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  36. I've not made these kebabs before... thanks for the recipe. Looks awesome Raks.

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  37. clicks are awesome Raji, I too am yet to taste Kebabs. some how it is instilled in me that it would be a non-veg fare but urs is awesome.

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  38. hey Raks, First I thought it is non-veg and did not think of commenting:) Such an interesting veg kebab!! looks so good.
    I wanted to ask you a question- what is paruppu keerai called in english?

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  39. Raji Exactly as you said I have done only using masoordhal..with moong i have never even thought ..but loved it seeing urs..sure will make it using moong dhal soon. KEbab was also in my to do list for posting ..I am seriously tempted Raji.

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  40. Never tried any kabab...this looks superb dear..

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  41. I love it Raks, the pictorial is simply superb...

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  42. Mouthwatering..this looks superb dear.

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  43. thats a really nice recipe...and the kababs look very good!...yummy
    Smitha
    http://smithasspicyflavors.blogspot.com/

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  44. Seekh kabab looks delicious.

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  45. Thumbs up for this post..awesome kababs!!

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  46. Love it...Simply superb..>veg version looks so tempting...

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  47. Lovely kebabs...beautiful!!

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  48. That simply superb Raks bookmarked.

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  49. Omg, habab makes me hungry..Soo tempting!

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  50. hi raks, great clicks and looks so tempting..)..I have never tried making these, hence asking, where do u get the wooden skewers to buy from?

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  51. wow.kebab looks so awesome and delicious...very tempting clicks..

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  52. I can just feel how yummy it would have been, looks very tempting.


    US Masala

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  53. priya, if you are from Singapore then I bought it from Fairprice...its the 'Home proud' brand....
    You can find this in any store in the section where they keep baking needs like baking tray,baking tray liners and all...:)

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  54. Wonderful post..lovely clicks.I am a addict of ur pictures

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  55. wow....I am drooling here...looks so yummy. bookmarked it dear..nice clicks as usual.

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  56. healthy and colourful! beautiful presentation and click!

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  57. Hello.. Raji :)
    It is such a delight to be back here.. and i love the recipe, seems so tempting.. once again i loved the pictures..today I want to tell you another thing which I felt-

    Your step wise pictures, are compelling for a person to try the recipe :)

    I enjoyed! (I hope to try the recipe soon.. )

    Love,
    Megha... Let me hop on and see other recipes that i have missed .. while i was not around ;p ..

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  58. I love all your recipes. I am looking for a good oven to try all these baking recipes. Can u tell me your oven name and model? I checked in mustafa and confused with so many brands and price range.

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  59. Hi, nirmala,mine is a built in oven, it was there when we bought the house,we dint buy it,anyway the model is Panasonic Dimensions4... :)

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  60. This sounds very good. It is always nice when the people we love enjoy our food. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  61. Awesome..both recipe and pics.Very inviting!

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  62. wow!!very innovative recipe..looks so delicious!!

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  63. Lovely pictures and a great recipe Raks

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  64. This looks sensational! I've never tasted a veggie kebab, ever. You know, each time I stumble upon your blog I'm totally in awe of your pictures and recipes. I'd love to have your feedback on my blog, when time permits :) Thanks!

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  65. Hi,

    In which mode did you cook these Kababs? in microwave or convection?

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  66. What a delectable kebab, I certainly will go for this recipe.

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  67. hi, i did veg cutlet ...... too awesome by ur pic guidelines......... like ur recpies loooooooooooot and make me to do it .......... as am an beginner in cooking

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