The weekend is here, and it's time to relax and unwind after a week full of hectic schedules and work deadlines. If you're a foodie like us, there's nothing more satisfying than indulging in some yummy delicacies. However, that doesn't mean we love spending hours in the kitchen. You might be wondering how we enjoy our favourite foods then. Do we order them from restaurants? Actually, no! Instead, we choose hassle-free recipes that can be made in very little time and are super delicious too. The internet is loaded with many such recipes; all you need to do is pick the right one and try making it at home.
We recently experimented with one such kebab recipe, and it turned out to be a hit among our friends and families. Therefore, this weekend, we thought of sharing it with you. It's a simple chicken kebab that can be made in no more than 30 minutes. Don't believe us? We suggest you try the recipe today and decide for yourself. Find out how to make this easy chicken kebab below.
How to Make Chicken Kebabs at Home in 30 Minutes:
Start by chopping an onion, chilli, tomato, and coriander leaves, and mince the boneless chicken pieces. We understand that cutting and chopping ingredients can take a lot of time. That's why we used an automatic chopper to prepare our vegetables and a mixer to mince the meat. Easy, right?
Next, take all these ingredients in a bowl and add ginger-garlic paste, salt, pepper, cumin-coriander powder, and chaat masala. Mix them well with an egg and some maida for binding. You can also add some lemon juice for tanginess. We add some oil to the mix to ensure the fats mix well.
Now, all you need to do is heat a pan, drizzle some oil, and shallow fry the kebabs over low-medium flame. That's it.
Serve the dish with some green chutney or ketchup and a side of onion salad. If you want to make it a wholesome meal, serve it with some paratha on the side. Click here for the step-by-step recipe for quick and easy chicken kebabs at home.
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About Somdatta SahaExplorer- this is what Somdatta likes to call herself. Be it in terms of food, people or places, all she craves for is to know the unknown. A simple aglio olio pasta or daal-chawal and a good movie can make her day.