19 July 2011

Chicken Seekh Kebab/ Murg Seekh Kebab

I know I have been missing all the activity in the blogosphere for sometime now. Its just that there has been so many things happening around which needed my attention. 

Our dear Scooby passed away. He was a dalmation. Showered us all with so much unconditional love and left us for good. Still cannot believe that he is no more. Even the day before he left, he made sure he was close to us inspite of the fact that he could barely move. Dogs are such wonderful creatures. Just love us so much and expect so little.. may be just a pat. We all miss you dear Scooby. 

Just trying to get busy and keep away from thinking of him. 

I know its been days I haven't visited any of my friends blogs. I hope to keep up with everyone soon.

One of my hubby's requests has been long pending. So I thought of making it. So here it is.. Murg Seekh Kebab. Let's go right away to the recipe.

MURG SEEKH KEBAB



INGREDIENTS

1 Kg Chicken
1 Egg
1 tsp Cumin powder
1 tbsp  Chilly powder
1 tbsp  Coriander Powder
2 tbsp Ginger finely chopped
2 tbsp Garlic
1 tsp Garam Masala
1 cup crisp fried onions
5 tbsp green coriander finely chopped
salt to taste
Butter (unsalted) for brushing



METHOD

Mince the chicken along with ginger, garlic, coriander powder, garam masala, fried onions, chilly powder.
Whisk the eggs, add cumin powder, salt. Add to the mince and mix well.
Add the coriander and mix again.
With wet hands wrap along the skewer.
Preheat oven of 10 minutes.
Roast in the oven at 150 degree C for 8 minutes/ until golden brown in colour.
Remove from skewer and brush with butter.
Serve hot with onion rings and lemon wedges.




Tips:
If you find the mixture not binding enough just add little bread crumbs.
Add more chilly if you like it spicy.
Can add 4 tbsp pounded cashew nuts.
Bast with little oil just once.

25 comments:

  1. Dear Rinku,
    So sorry to hear about Scooby. Keep yourself busy...
    Your chicken kabab is making me go crazy here. So neatly done. And wonderful clicks

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  2. I can just say one 2 words looking at it "Bookmarking it"......

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  3. Kebab looks so perfect... you could send this to the grilled event happening at my blog.

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  4. Wow makes me drool..perfect

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  5. wow amazing kebabs...love the clicks and the colour combos u have used

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  6. These look so delicious!
    Mimi

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  7. Woww.. Rinku, these look so restaurant-like.. Awesome :D

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  8. wow perfect kebab,luks very tempting...

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  9. Perfect seekh kebab very tempting.

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  10. Wow mouthwatering kebabs,looks so tempting and lovely presentation.

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  11. So sorry to hear about Scooby! I too lost my dog earlier this year :( And still feel sad when I think about her....

    The seekh kebab looks wonderful and perfect!

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  12. Rinku.... this looks amazing.. bookmarked your recipe..came to see ur to your blog from another blogger friend.. you have a beautiful space... snaps are amazing :)

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  13. Yummy ....looks so fab and lovely clicks

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  14. sad about scooby ..........pets always have a special place in our hearts. this recipe looks so easy ...........i must try this - shall keep u posted :)

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  15. Oh so sad, i’m so sorry for your loss..
    Kebab looks perfect and so tempting!

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  16. Chicken sheekh kababs look perfect and tasty...came across your blog and following.
    Do visit my space sometime.

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  17. Hi...First time here...lovely space...
    Sorry to hear about scooby..
    Kebab looks super...

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  18. love ur perfection dear..save some for me..I'll be right over..:P
    Tasty Appetite

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  19. You've done the kebabs to perfection, Rinku! I'm sure your hubby was bowled over. So sorry about Scooby dear...

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  20. Rinks I donno how I missed this post, I was wondering why you were so silent...so sorry to hear about ur loss - pets are family and i've had them as long as i've walked on this earth so I know how it feels. Hope u feel better soon knowing that life goes on. Hugs! And wish u a very happy birthday (23rd Jul). Love u, muah!!

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  21. want to taste it now itself... photos are soooo inviting....

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    Regards,
    Akila

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  22. Chicken lovers will definitely grab it all ~ they came out perfect!
    US Masala

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  23. That looks really scrumptious. I'm drooling :)

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  24. oh wow...those look so prefect....:)

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  25. Awesome!! Nice food at affordable price!!!nice blog and thanku for this!! Chicken Seekh Roll Recipe

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