Here is a delicious recipe of Khumb Kabab or Mushroom Kabab. It is a non spicy recipe and kids are sure going to love it. It is also perfect for those people who avoid lot of spices due to health reasons. This is a great party snack as well and really tastes like a non veg kabab. You can use any variety of mushrooms available. If you wish to add spices you can go ahead and do that.
Mushrooms .... 200 or 250 gms
Onions ......... 1 cup (finely chopped)
Oats .............. 3/4 cup
Milk ................. 150 ml
Crushed black pepper ..... 1 tsp
Salt ......................... to taste
Mint leaves ............ handful
Coriander leaves .... handful
Green chillies .......... 2
Oil ........................... 4 tbsps
1. Wash the mushrooms well and pat them dry with a kitchen cloth.
2. Mince them in a chopper. (Do this just before adding them to the pan to avoid discolouration)
3. Dry roast the oats and set them aside.
4. Heat 2 tbsps oil in a pan and saute the onions until translucent.
5. Add minced mushrooms and stir fry until the moisture is dried up.
6. Now tip in the oats and mix them well with the onion mushroom mixture.
7. Add the milk and cook on medium flame stirring it until the oats are cooked.
8. Season with salt and crushed pepper.
9. Add the finely chopped coriander and mint leaves and the green chillies.
10. Saute until golden brown.
11. Remove the mixture and cool it.
12. Make the kababs.
13. Pan fry them with 2 tbsps of oil until done flipping the sides carefully.
14. Serve hot with any chutney of your choice.
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About the group:
Shhhhh Cooking Secretly is a monthly challenge in a facebook group where we are paired with a different partner every month. Two secret ingredients are chosen by each partner for the other one and we prepare any dish with those ingredients based on the selected theme of the month which was "Kababs" suggested by Sujata Roy. Her Kaju Curry without onion and garlic is worth trying.
My partner of the month was Priya Iyer who gave me CORIANDER LEAVES and MILK as my 2 secret ingredients and I made these delicious KHUMB KABABS. Check out her recipe of MAKAI KABABS which she made with the secret ingredients that I chose for her ( KASOORI METHI and GARAM MASALA )
addition of oats to these kumbh kebabs is a fab idea. these look so scrumptious, ShobhaReplyDelete
Mushroom Kabab looks so soft and delicious. Best part is that you used oats as binding agent and didn't use much spices. A super healthy treat for kids and adults both. I will try it soon.ReplyDelete
Thanks Sujata. Yes the taste is so good even without any spicesDelete
It's such a different yet easy to do recipe. The kababs look delicious.I loved the idea of using oats and milk. Makes it very nutritious. I can't tolerate much heat, so a wonderful recipe for me.ReplyDelete
I am so glad you liked it. Even my hubby is like you. He prefers mild and bland dishes.Delete
Mushroom kababs with oats looks delicious and ideal to serve as an appetizer. My son will be happy to have them.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jayashree. I am sure your son will like them.Delete
We tried this out after we saw the youtube version. My children loved it, we paired it with a cup of masala chai for snacks.ReplyDelete
Wow, so glad to hear that you made and enjoyed.Delete
Wow I am loving this recipe with Mushrooms. We get so much mushroom here and kids would not eat it. This one is a good way to sneak in and they might not realize even. I would love to try this one.ReplyDelete
Renu yes they will not come to know that these are mushroom kababs. Make for them. I hope they enjoyDelete
This mushroom kebabs are just too tempting. I am a big fan of anything with mushrooms. Am sure this is going to be on my menu soon.ReplyDelete
Good to hear that Mayuri. Make and enjoy.Delete
We love mushrooms and these kebabs would be a hit at my place. Best part is that you have used very little spices smd Oats for binding which makes it all the more healthy and perfect for kids who do not like spicy food.ReplyDelete
Yes Poonam. My hubby loves mild food and this is one of his favourite snack. Do try it for your kids.Delete
I love mushrooms, so I'm pretty sure I will love these kebabs. They look so delicious and tempting! Definitely trying out your recipe. 😊ReplyDelete
Thanks Priya. Yes They are a treat for mushroom lovers.Delete
Mushroom kebabs looks very inviting, liked the way you used oats, milk and minimum spices to prepare these kebabs. Not only kids, surely everyone loves to have these kebabs.ReplyDelete
Thanks dear. Though the spices are not used they tasted so good.Delete
I love mushrooms and will definitely try these melt in mouth kebabs with the goodness of oats..thanks for sharing the recipe.ReplyDelete
Make and enjoy dear SwatiDelete
Mushroom Kababs looks so delicious. I have bookmarked it and I am definitely trying it. Being non spicy, I am sure my kids would love it.ReplyDelete
Yes Anu, they will surely love these kababsDelete
Shobha Mushroom Kebabs looks super tempting. loved the idea of using oats and your recipe is so simple and easy.ReplyDelete
Thanks Meera. Oats help in binding them and also add to the nutritional valueDelete
Mushroom Kebabs look super tempting. Adding oats sounds fabulous .These non spicy kebabs will steal the show when served in any party. Lovely presentation.ReplyDelete
Thanks Preethi. Yes they are so tasty and sure to steal the show.Delete
Mushroom kebabs with oats looks so delicious and tempting !!! An ideal choice to serve as an appetizer.ReplyDelete
Thank you Sasmita. Do try them sometimeDelete
Hubby loves mushrooms and he orders these mushroom kababs everytime we dine out or order take away..now your healthy and lipsmackimg recipe is my ready reckoner to please the mushroom lover.ReplyDelete
Ok , then you must make these for him. If you want add some spices too if he loves spicy food.Delete
Mushroom kebabs looks so delicious and inviting. Love the idea of using oats for binding instead of using potatoes. it gives that crunchinessReplyDelete
Yes dear, a healthy option. ThanksDelete