Friday, June 22, 2012


Seekh kabab is a popular snack from Middle Eastern Countries and is supposed to be brought to India by Moghul rulers. Seekh Kabab is made with minced meat and spices. A small portion of this mixture is flattened and moulded around the skewers and baked in a tandoor. At home we can make them in the oven. 

Boneless chicken ... 250 gms
Onion ............... 1 small
Green chillies - 1 or 2
Garlic paste ...... 1 tsp
Ginger paste ..... 1 tsp
Corn flour ........ 1 tsp (or) bread crumbs ... 1 tbsp
Red chilli powder ... 1/2 tsp
Cumin powder ..... 1 tsp
Coriander powder .. 1 tsp
Garam masala powder .. 1/2 tsp
Tandoori colour ........... a pinch (optional)
Salt ....................... to taste
Oil ......... few tbsps for frying.


1. Wash the chicken and cut into pieces. Transfer all the ingredients except oil into a chopper or a food processor and grind to a paste.

2. Take a portion of the mix on your palm and bind it around a skewer or a chopstick. Wet your hand and keep pressing the kabab to give it a smooth texture. Slide it out and keep in a plate or baking tray. Apply a little oil on the skewer/chopstick before you start making the kabab so that it slides out easily. Make all the kababs in this way. This quantity makes 10 kababs.

3. Shallow fry them in a pan with little oil turning the sides to fry evenly.

4. If you want to bake them in an oven put them in a greased baking tray in a pre-heated oven at 200 C  turning once until done. (It takes about 15 - 20 mins.

5. Serve with kachoomar.

How to make kachoomar:
Slice onions and soak them in salt water for 10-15 minutes. Squeeze out from the water and add a little salt, vinegar and red chilli powder or green chillies.

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  1. Fully enjoying in Chicken Recipes I guess..... Yummy Kababs

  2. I am enjoying your yummy recipes just by looking at those pictures. Great work!

  3. Shik kabab looks so tempting....u done so perfectly:).

  4. Hi Shobha ,

    You are not kitchen Queen ,

    You are Bloggers Queen :)

    Almost and all blogs you are the

    first commentator Shobha ,

    I Love your Attitude, and

    chicken kebab looks AAwesome

    as usual:-) You Rock Dear:)

    1. Ha ha Punitha.. thanks for making me a queen of blogging :)

  5. These are perfect, tempting kebabs...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  6. yummy seekh kebabs,all the flavours just there...perfect!

  7. Mouthwatering here.lovely kababs.

  8. These kababs look good. WIll have to try them soon:)

  9. My husband will love these minced chicken kababs. They look so good.

  10. first time to your blog.. lovely an ddifferent recipes.. glad to follow you .. :)

  11. this looks wonderful lovely filling meal and side to serve thank you for linking

    1. Yes, if served with rotis it can make a filling meal


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