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Monday, June 13, 2011

       After trying Gulnar seekh kebab, this is my second kind of kebab attempt at home. As my hubby is very fond of kebabs, I really want to try different kinds of kebab. This is a recipe I took from a cookbook like my last kebab recipe. Just did few changes to suit our taste. Very simple, I have made it in combination oven,even if you don’t have oven,you can try grilling in pan or just deep fry or shallow fry them as the original recipe calls for.
Corn seekh kebab

Ingredients

Corn 2
Potato 2
Bread slice 4
Corn flour 3 tblsp
Onion 1
Coriander leaves,Chopped 2 tblsp
Mint leaves,Chopped 1 tblsp
Lemon juice 2 tsp
Melted butter 1 tblsp
Pepper powder 1/2 tsp
Garam masala 1/2 tsp
Red chilli powder(optional) 1 tsp
Salt As needed(or 1 tsp)
Oil 2 – 3 tsp
Corn seekh kebabn1

Method

  1. Grate corn roughly. Boil potatoes,peel and discard the skin and mash it.Crumble the bread slices freshly in mixer.
    grate corn
  2. Mix everything except oil in a bowl. If the grated corn is too watery discard the juicy milk from corn. No need to squeeze out,just let the extra water go.
    ingredients
  3. Pre heat oven to 230o C.
  4. Mix well and make a dough. Make sure it is not too soggy, add more bread if needed. (only if needed).
    Dough
  5. Soak the wooden skewers 3 hours before if you are using wooden. Take a big ball of the dough and press it along the middle of the skewers to make kebabs. Make sure the kebabs are not too thick. roll to make it thin and smooth.
    Before bake
  6. If you are going to bake over a rack, foil it and drizzle oil  and arrange the kebabs over it. Bake for 20-25 mins or until the edges get golden brown.Turn in between in the middle of baking carefully without hurting yourself in the hot walls of the oven.
    Baked
  7. Brush with butter or oil. Do any one ask why one of the kebab is only half? Yes yes I tasted it Tongue.
Enjoy with green chutney or simply chilli sauce. Enjoy when its hot ! 
Corn Kebab2
The corn,butter,pepper,onion,coriander and mint,lemon makes a wonderful blend of flavours!

Notes:

  • You can deep fry simply if you want, without baking.
  • I dint add garam masala and red chilli powder, still the spice level was ok with the pepper powder. But you can add garam masala alone if you want that flavour.
  • Don't skip coriander or mint,it gives a lot of flavour to this…

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64 comments:

  1. Lovely kababs......looks yummy...even I love kebabs..:)

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  2. Wow supera iruku, luved the first click very much. Luved the way the kebabs has turned out...You rock Raks! :)

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  3. Its a yummy yummy kabab.Dfntly will try once.While grating the corn the outerlayer of the corn will also come.Is it ok to have it.

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  4. OMG..Lovely kababs...love the presentation...

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  5. Lovely kebabs..they look just like the kind we order in restaurants..perfectly made and a keeper recipe.

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  6. Lovely kababs. Your method is so easy to make method I suppose and it has also come out well. Nice clicks

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  7. Wowwww sooooper kebabs :) I am badly drooling right now. You have made me feel so damn hungry :)

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  8. Great veggie option... looks great..

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  9. I have not tried kebab yet but thanks for the recipe...I shall try it out sometiem soon :)

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  10. Very yummy looking ~ the shape n color is so perfect!
    US Masala

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  11. Hi sudha, if you click on the picture in which I have showed grated corn and the cob, you can see skin which is still there in the cob itself almost 50%. Only the top half gets grated. Not the bottom part. That upper part is 100% edible. It won't do any harm to tummy...

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  12. Wowww..lovely and delicious corn kebabs.. looks simply perfect.. love the onion carving too :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  13. Lovely and truely tempting..perfect shape,love it.

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  14. Love the way the kababs have turned out. totally yummy.

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  15. am surely going to try this one..looks awesome..

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  16. Stupendously delicious seekh kabab dear. Already drooling just by looking at the clicks.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  17. A good recipe with corn, am getting lot more ideas to munch on ...Thanks for sharing Raks and it is done to perfection..as always

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  18. Looks lovely and delicious.. love the presentation too :)

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  19. they look very tempting and delicious..lovely clicks..

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  20. wow, that looks absolutely delicious.

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  21. Love corn anytime and this is a flavorful & healthy way to enjoy corn.

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  22. Such tempting, flavorful kebabs!!! Got to try this out soon!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  23. yummy kebab .. looks yummy .. didn't knw making this was soo easy

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  24. Super tempting and delicious kebabs, simply irresistible..

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  25. Wow!!! The kebab looks fabulous!!! I loved the onion flower!!!

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  26. innovative delicious kebabs

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  27. Awesome recipe....nice tempting clicks...

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  28. Lovely kebabs dear .. never tried them till now .. looks so yummy.

    Vardhini
    Event: Dish it Out - Spinach and Garlic
    Event: Healthy Lunchbox Ideas - Broccoli

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  29. Yum..the kebabs look delicious,lovely job with Onions:)

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  30. Yummy kebabs....great looks...I need some help from u....hv planned to get an oven ...just confused which one to buy...so can u plz help me out...

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  31. wow....
    kebabs looks delicious dear...
    love the onion carving, looks cute...
    nice clicks as usual :)

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  32. wow! corn kebabs! what a wonderful and yummy snack!

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  33. Those corn kebabs look fabulous!

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  34. What a lovely presentation! Looks delish!

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  35. Looks yummy. hope anna & aj njoyed it a lot. will try after buying a MW ;)

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  36. வாவ்...ரொம்ப நல்லா இருக்கு ராஜி...நானும் இதே மாதிரி தான் கட்லட் செய்வேன்...

    கார்னினை துறுவியது கிடையாது...அப்படியெ மிக்ஸியில் போட்டு அரைத்துவிடுவேன்...அடுத்த முறை இப்படி செய்து பார்க்கிறேன்..

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  37. That looks awesome:-) Even i love kebabs...Great pictorial as well!!

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  38. even iwas planning for a long time to try out ur seekh kebab. Making with corn is a kids friendly version and neat presentation with the onion flower

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  39. Gorgeous kebabs raji, wish i could eat them all :)
    Cool pics as always.

    http://sanscurryhouse.blogspot.com

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  40. wow just beautiful and lovely kababs Raji, its been such a long time I am away from the blog have missed many of ur posts will have a look at all of them :)

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  41. The kebabs look delicious! Love the corn in it.

    Lite Bite

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  42. I love kebabs too and this looks yum ...nice pics

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  43. I love kebabs too and this is too good!!

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  44. Wonderful corn kebabs..those looks super yummy!

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  45. Lovely and yummy kebabs. You rock Raks. Onions flower looks great. Loved your presentation as usual.

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  46. Raks...got a query and wanted to get it clariifed...I have got an oven...normal basic model of IFB...I have medium,high and low options for teh heat settings and timer settings...apart from the above 2 options I don't have any options...Will I be able to bake or prepare pizzas using it?I am totally ignorant and just curious to know...Have not tried baking though...Thanks in advance.

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  47. Hi annapoorani...may I ask you what kind oven it is? If its a microwave oven then I am afraid you cannot bake ... If its a combination oven then sure there should be some specific temperature settings... But there are recipes you can find online to.cook in microwave oven. You can try out those.

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  48. Hi rev, I am using a Panasonic oven here. So far its great. My MIL has an LG combination oven. That's also very nice... I am also very new to baking and all these ... Never tried or heard much about ovens from others too... Sorry I can help u only this much...

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  49. Each time I visit and see you kebab recipes I'm like -- I need to try them now!! These look so good and I'm intrigued by the ingredients too.

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  50. Very good - they look wonderful!!

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  51. Thank you so much Raks..It is a microwave oven...I shall find out recipes from net :) Thanks again

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  52. That onion flower looks really cute! Nice kebabs Raji!

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  53. Yea y sorry and all...thanks a lot for ur info...and thanks for replying...

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  54. Beautiful clicks..looks so yumm!!!

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  55. visiting your blog after a very long break..very delicious kebab..love it..I am happy to invite you to participate in our "Quick and Easy recipe mela". http://www.spicytasty.com/misc/quick-and-easy-recipe-mela/

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  56. That grater of yours reminds me of home. Beautiful step wise pics and ofcourse I love those kebabs. They are one of my favorite appetizers.

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  57. These look incredibly delicious.

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  58. I love the onion flower - looks beautiful. Even I like Nita Mehta's recipes. It is a great starting point for trying out new things.

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  59. Best recipes of corn kebab on net.

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  60. I have tried this many times but everytime the masala gets stuck to the botttom and break to pieces because the sticks comes out everytime.help me raks

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  61. You grease the aluminium foil? Do you take out when it is hot or after it cools down?

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  62. Tried it today came out very well. I am thinking of adding pander next time.
    Thanks!

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