Seekh kebabs are a popular Indian snack - first off, they are juicy and delicious; and secondly, they are easy and mess-free to eat. Seekh kebabs are served on seekh (skewer) making them the perfect 'just-pick-and-eat' snacks. These kebabs are made with finely minced meats or vegetables wrapped tightly on wooden skewers, which are put in a tandoor (a large clay oven), or in the grill or oven. The smokiness in the kebab makes it a delectable eat; a side dish of pudina or dhania chutney makes it even better!
If you thought seekh kebab is not the kind of food you can make at home, you may be wrong. In fact, seekh kebab is quite easy to make, and it would be a great idea to try making it these days during lockdown due to Coronavirus scare.
5 Easy Seekh Kebab Recipes To Try In Quarantine:
1. Chicken Seekh Kebab
Minced chicken is suffused with a host of hot spices and some lemon juice for a refreshing tang. This chicken seekh kebab is perfect for an easy non-veg snack.
2. Vegetable Seekh Kebab
If you like you plate brimming with veggies, go for this snack. The seekh kebab is made with a variety of vegetables like carrots, beans and potatoes. Add some khoya and grated cheese for bouts of creaminess.
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Vegetables filled in seekh kebab makes for a healthy snack.
3. Sheesh Kebab
This recipe lets you experience the mystical flavours of the Middle East. Made with succulent pieces of meat and some discerning spices, this seekh kebab is a must-try.
4. Bhutte Aur Khoye Ke Seekh
This superb corn snack is nothing like you've had before. Bhutte (corns) are steamed and finely chopped to make kebab dough along with khoya and common Indian spices.
3. Sabudana Seekh Kabab
Give a unique spin to your regular snack with this sabudana seekh kebab. Mashed potatoes combined with sabudana (sago) are mixed with groundnut powder, curd, chopped coriander leaves, rajgira flour, chilli, salt and a pinch of sugar, to make a vibrant seekh kebab.
From blazing tandoor to right on your plate, these fiery and yummy seekh kebabs will amp up your evening snack time with your family. Do try these kebab recipes during this lockdown to rest your cravings for restaurant-like food.
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