India's love affair with food is no secret to the world. The country's food culture is a melting pot of several traditions, cultures and cuisines. From North Indian cuisine To South Indian cuisine, West Indian and more, every regional cuisine has a tale etched in history. One such cuisine that contributed a lot in making Indian food scene what it is today is Mughlai, which was introduced by Mughals. Used to be prepared for royals and emperors, this cuisine features flavourful meals that combine the traditional spices, flavours, meat, veggies and oodles of ghee and butter. Some of the most popular Mughlai dishes include ever so popular biryani, kofta, pulao and kebabs.
There is nothing like the flavour of soft, succulent and delicious kebabs. One of the most loved party snacks, kebabs are smoky, flavourful and indulgent to the core. So, if you are looking to amp up your dinner spread, kebabs can be a blockbuster option. Here we bring you an easy and simple recipe of making mutton seekh kebabs at home. This recipe of mutton seekh kebab is so decadent, fiery and lip-smacking that we are sure it will become everyone's favourite at the dinner table. So, what are you waiting for? Let's head on to the recipe of this delicacy. Read on.
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Homemade Mutton Seekh Kebab Recipe: How To Make Homemade Mutton Seekh Kebab
To begin with the recipe, marinate the mutton keema (minced mutton) with a few tbsp of vinegar, fenugreek leaves, garlic paste, ginger paste, salt and black pepper as per taste. Refrigerate the meat mixture, covered, to marinate for some time.
Now, take it out and leave for 15 minutes. Once done, start shaping the mixture with your hands. Shape them into long 'tubes' around the skewers (seekhs) and place on to a grill over a drip tray.
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From blazing tandoor to right on your plate, this fiery and yummy Seekh kebab recipe is definitely a hit. Wear your chef's hat and try this recipe at home to rest your cravings of Mughlai food and do not forget to tell us how they turned out in the comment section below. Bon Appetit!