Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Sheek Kabab



INGREDIENTS:
  1. Minced meat (kheema) 1/2 kilo
  2. Red chilli pwdr 2Tspns
  3. Turmeric pwdr 1/4th Tspn
  4. Ginger-Garlic paste 2Tspns
  5. Black Pepper pwdr 1/2Tspn
  6. Almond Powder 2Tspns
  7. Garam masala pwdr 1Tspn
  8. Grated Cheese 1Tbspn
  9. Nimbu 1
  10. Coriander leaves 1bunch
  11. Saffron pinch
  12. Salt to taste
METHOD
  • Mix all these Ingredients except saffron with minced meat.
  • Add keep mixing this paste to a smooth dough with your hands for 10-15 minutes(do not grind it)
  • Take Sheek or stick that you get to make kababs and roll the meat in your hands or with a help of a plastic cover and insert it into the sheek.
  • Brush oil mixed with saffron on the meat and cook it in the microwave at 180degrees for 20-30mins till both the sides turn golden brown in colour.
RECOMMENDED COMBINATIONS:
Roti,Rice,Any kind of daal or can also be had as a side dish or a snack.

11 comments:

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow looks yummy. Thank u for the links. Inshaallha i will post them soon and let u know.

Dershana said...

this is my first visit to your blog and the kababs look real good!

Yasmeen said...

Anjum ,Your kababs look so rich with spices ,Almond powder and cheese too.

Armina said...

Aapke kabab par ek sher arz karti hoon:
'Is chaman main kabab ki boo hain..
Kisi Bulbul ka dil jala hoga..'
Incase u dont appreciate urdu shayari.. simple words main tareef karti hoon.. I looooved ur recipe.. looks mouthwatering!

Zee said...

I was just bout to write reg the almond powder and grated cheese just like Yasmeen. This is an inetersting twist to a kebab. Will surely try out this one. I can't stop drooling over your kebabs:D

syeda said...

aaaaaaaah,my mouth is watering anjum, this is my husband's favorite, will definitely try it out!

Umm Salihah said...

Assalam-alaikam Anjum,
I have never heard of almond powder or grated cheese in kebabs, I think I might try this idea out.

Umm Salihah said...

Assalam-alaikam Anjum,
I have never heard of almond powder or grated cheese in kebabs, I think I might try this idea out.

rahin said...

hey Anjum , Assalaam alaikum , u have great blogging goin on here :) , i love ur recipes , Ramadan Kareem to you n your family

strangerinthisdunya said...

Salaam,

Masha'Allah they look fabulous although I think I would try making them with minced chicken instead. :)

Malar Gandhi said...

This is what I was looking for!!! One of my American friend here.....fixed it, in his party....calling it 'Sheesh K-bob' & what not!! Imagine Hyderabadi recipe with wonchester's sauce and jalapenos.....