Monday, October 14, 2013

I came across this recipe for very easy to prepare and extremely tasty kababs on my cousin's facebook page - Rimzy's Kitchen. She loves to cook and has some excellent recipes. These kababs are full of flavors and I bet you cannot stop after eating just 1. 

You can make these to snack on with tea/coffee or serve as a starter/accompaniment. 

Here is the recipe..

Makes 12-15 kababs depending on the size.

Ingredients :
Mutton mince - 250 gms (can use chicken mince or beef mince)
Onion - 1/2 medium finely sliced
Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 Teaspoon
Red Chilli Powder - 1/2 Teaspoon or as per spice level
Pepper Powder - 1/4 Teaspoon or as per spice level
Cumin Powder - 1/2 Teaspoon
Garam Masala - 1/4 Teaspoon
Cinamon Powder - 1/8 Teaspoon
Salt to taste
Yogurt - 1 Tablespoon
Coconut Powder / Paste - 1/2 Tablespoon
Cream - 1 Tablespoon
Almonds - 4
Coriander Leaves - 1 Tablespoon chopped
Sesame Seeds - 1 Teaspoon 
Oil as required

Method :
1. Soak the almonds in warm water. Discard skin and keep aside. I microwave the almonds for a minute.
2. In a small pan heat one tablespoon of oil, add the sliced onions and fry till they turn golden. Do not burn them. Remove from oil and let them cool
3. In a mixer add the almonds and the fried onions and grind to a smooth paste with just a little water. Keep aside.
4. Wash and clean the mince and using a colander or mesh remove all the water.
5. In a mixing bowl add the mince without any water, the ground onion & almond paste and all the other ingredients except oil. 
6. Mix well to combine. 
7. Shape this mixture as desired into portions. I made round patties.
8. Heat oil for shallow frying in a pan. Arrange the prepared kababs and shallow fry on both sides over medium low flame till golden and cooked. 
9. Remove onto absorbent paper. Serve hot or warm.

Enjoy Reshmi Kabab.

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Notes :
1. The mixture can be prepared and shaped into kababs and refrigerated for several hours in advance till ready to be fried.

Recipe adapted from the facebook page Rimzy's Kitchen

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  1. Reshmi kababs!! I can eat at least 5 but I prefer chicken.:))
    This one does look yum.

    1. Thanks Meena. Try with mutton mince and they taste quite good.

  2. I love those kababs, Very tempting

    1. Thanks.
      Take a virtual bite till you make them.

  3. yummy kababs...............looks very inviting.

  4. As your blog name you are cooking well. All your post are fantastic..
    mouthwatering kabab...

  5. My mom use to make these, nice recipe.

    1. Thanks Subha.
      Mom's recipe is always the best.

  6. Im seeing these for 1st time :) I guess i missed the pst in rimmy'z space

  7. First time here. u have a cool space. Lovely recipe :)

    1. Thanks Chitra and welcome to my blog.
      I hope you continue to like what I post.

  8. Seriously i want that plate of reshmi kababs, just makes me hungry.

  9. delicious kababs, tempting me badly :-)

  10. Would be great on burger buns. yum

  11. Love this inviting and tempting kebabs...

  12. Thanks for these scrumptious kebab. I cant wait to try this. I am going to make this soon.

  13. Just out of curiosity, did you ever try making them without blending the sugar? I'm not a fan of crackly brownie tops, so am wondering if they'd turn out with the same texture etc and a flat top if I left out that step?!Leaking Sink Toronto

  14. Tremendous blog for the person like me. I just loved the way you prensented the guidelines for making the dishes easily. I can't but give you a big thanks.tried and true recipes