Thursday, April 9, 2009

Round shaped Chicken Kebab

Chicken kebab is a perfect party food. When I was in Aberdeen, I was surprised to see loads of kebab shops...in every corner..they serve kebab with pita bread and veggies. After Fish & chips, kebab is the most liked fast food in UK. I never liked the taste of it. I was going through Sailu's site and found this awesome recipe. My hubby was overwhelmed by the taste of it. My friends appreciated me for making such a wonderful dish.

Thanks Sailu...Ur recipe is Tried,Tasted & Certified: Excellent.

I made this chicken kebab as a appetizer,The plate was empty within few minutes..The picture doesn't do any justice to the taste of the dish. I had no time to take further pictures coz 'hungry eaters' waiting for appetizer.. Next time sure to get good click of the kebab!!!

(Recipe source)


Ingredients:


1/2 kg boneless chicken pieces, cleaned and washed
1/4 kg onions finely sliced
8-10 fresh green chillies
5-6 dry red chillies (adjust according to your choice)
15-20 garlic flakes
3″ piece ginger chopped
small bunch coriander leaves, chopped
4 tbsp coriander seeds
1 1/2 tbsp cumin seeds
2″ cinnamon stick
3 green cardamoms
5-6 cloves
20 cashewnuts
salt to taste
oil for deep frying




Preparation:


I didn't do any modification, Just followed the recipe as mentioned by sailu!!!


1.Heat a tbsp of oil in cooking vessel. Add the cumin seeds, coriander seeds, cardamom, cloves, Cinnamon, red chillis and cashewnuts and stir for a minute till a nice aroma emanates the whole kitchen. Be careful not to burn the spices. Cool.



2 .First grind the roasted ingredients along with ginger, garlic and green chillis to a coarse paste. Next add the chopped raw onions, coriander leaves, chicken and salt and grind further to form a smooth paste like shown in the picture above.2 Add a tbsp of oil to the ground mixture and mix thoroughly before shaping into small lemon sized balls.



3 .Heat oil for deep frying. Once its piping hot, reduce flame to medium and place these balls in the oil and fry them to a crisp, golden brown color.



4.Serve hot with tomato sauce or green chutney.

9 comments:

Asha

Looks so good. I saw that post at Sailu too long time ago, wanted to try these and then forgot! :)

Poornima Nair

The kebabs look scrumptious. very tempting.

Akal's Saappadu

looks appetizing, rich (love the addition of cashewnuts) and delicious! No wonder the plate was empty within minutes....

Sapna

Looks delicious and mouthwatering! Thanks for posting this recipe. Quick question- do u think I could use ground chicken(store bought ground chicken/turket breast) instead of starting with cut chicken and grinding it?

Desmone007

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Ashwini

Hi Sapna

Ofcourse u can use ground chicken. U can grind the rest of the ingredients and finally add ground chicken. It should be fine!!!

Lemme know how it turned out!!!

Srivalli

those sure looks great...

Kitchen Flavours

Wow awesome. Looks aromatic and flavourful.

Sushma Mallya

Hi ashwini...thanks for visiting my blog....u too have a nice collections of recipes and this one is one of my favourites and surely looks mouth watering....

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