Vegetarian Seekh Kababs

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Preparation Time:: 30-45 mints.


•    4 large  Boiled potatoes
•    6 slice of whole wheat bread
•    1 tbs dry mango powder
•    1 tbs ginger garlic paste
•    2 tbs all purpose flour
•    1 onion finely chopped
•    ½ cup finely chopped coriander leaves
•    ½ cup boiled peas
•    ½ tbs fresh lemon juice
•    ½ tbs Black pepper powder
•    ½ tbs Red chili powder
•    Salt to taste
•    Oil for frying


In a large bowl mix boiled potatoes, boiled peas, mango powder, ginger garlic paste, all purpose flour, chopped onions, chopped coriander leaves, lemon juice, black pepper powder, red chili powder, salt and one tbs oil. Soak bread slices in water and extract extra water from each slice and add to the bowl.
Mix all ingredients and make a fine paste. Apply little oil on your palms, take mixture and apply with little force on the seekh or skewer. Now deep fry the kababs’ till golden brown.
Garnish with finely chopped onions, tomatoes, cucumber, carrots etc.  Serve hot with ketchups or sauces.

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•    You can add boiled vegetables and corns to the mixture. Vegetables add fiber and nutrients to the yummy recipe.
•    To make the recipe more healthy and low fat, one can grill; roast or shallow fry the kababs on non stick griddle.
•    Before serving sprinkle kababs with few drops of lemon juice.

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  14. Gaurav says:

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