You all must be wondering about the tile 😛 Yeah Yeah, I know I hate cooking 😛 You all know the holy month of Ramadan is going on. Though I don’t like to cook during normal days, Ramadan is an exception 😀 And during this month I love to experiment with the cooking 😀
So, I was just lying down few days back, reading a book (A Storm Of Swords :D), all of a sudden, I thought about making kababs for the iftar. My sister Bushra makes the most delectable Shami Kababs 😀 but as the sun was about to go down, there was no chance of getting any meat. And I wanted to eat kababs so badly 😛 😛
What to do now??? So, I gave a long thought to the problem before me and asked my sister how would it be if I make potato kababas????? She was like 😀 😀 So, I got up and made these kababs. I didn’t imagined them to be too good but they turned out to be so delicious 😀 😀
I thought to share this formula 😉 😉 😉 with you all as well 🙂
I bet, just looking at the pictures will make your mouth water 😛
- Potato- 2 medium sized
- Split Gram (chana daal)- 2 cups
- Cumin- ½ tsp
- Onion-1 bulb whole, 2 bulbs chopped
- Garlic-1 bulb
- Whole Red chilli (dried)- 4
- All spice powder (Garam masala)-2 tsp
- Ginger- finely chopped
- Coriander leaves-finely chopped
- Green chilli-5-6 finely chopped
- Red chilli powder-as desired
- Salt-as desired
- Oil for frying
- Take potato, gram lentil, cumin, whole red chilli, salt, ginger, and garlic cloves in a pressure cooker.
- Pour 2 and half cups of water. Boil the mixture then put the lid on and cook on simmer for 15-20 minutes.
- Take it off the stove and let it cool slightly.
- Turn the mixture in a food processor.
- Add chopped onion, green chilies, coriander leaves and all spice powder. Mix well.
- Take a small amount of the mixture, make a ball and flatten it. Shape into round flat kebabs and shallow fry in hot oil.
- Serve with onion rings, tomato slices and green chatney.
Thanks for taking out the time to go through this 🙂