Monday, March 19, 2012

Moong-Paneer Seekh Kebab

A very delicious veg kebab recipe......sometimes we (the non-vegetarians) get surprised with the veg delicacies whenever we try a new thing. This kebab is one of those surprises. A perfect recipe for a party.I loved it...and  when I am updating the pictures of this recipe right now, my husband  is telling me that he wants those kebabs once again!!

Ingredients :

1. Moong daal (split)- 100 gm
2. Paneer- 100 gm
3. Salt to taste
4. Green chilly- 2
5. Bread (wheat)- 1 slice
6. Black pepper powder- 1/2 tbs
7. Cumin powder- 1/2 tsp
8. Oil- 1 tbs
9. Garlic- 2 cloves
10. Ginger- 1/4" stick
11. Ghee/melted butter

Procedure :

Soak the daal in water for 3 to 4 hours and drain it. Grate the paneer. Blend the moong daal with garlic , ginger and green chilly. The paste should not be too smooth. Take the bread slice and make dry bread crumbs from it(put it in the blender and blend for a minute). In a large mixing bowl , add all the ingredients except the oil and mix well. Now heat a non stick pan and add the oil. When the oil is a little hot , add this mixture and keep stirring it with a spoon. Keep the flame on medium. Mix the moong daal mixture well and turn off the gas when it turns a little dark. It takes hardly 5 to 7 minutes. Let the mixture cool down a little. Put some oil in the seekh. Take medium sized ball from the mixture and make kebabs in the seekh. Brush a little oil all over the kebabs. Pre heat the oven at 450 F and place the kebabs on the rack. Bake for 20 minutes or until they turn brown. Change the side of the kebab in between. When it is done, take out the kebabs from the seekh and brush with melted butter or ghee. This will help the kebab to retain a moist texture.

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  1. very delicious kebabs..looks yummm

  2. lovely kebabs..delicious n healthy ones..

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  3. delicious low cal. and easy to the idea of baking ..


  4. Baked kebabs, very healthy..

  5. Great recipe... Bookmarked:)

  6. Nice kebabs.. never made with moong..I always use chana dal.

  7. Yummy Kebabs. Would love to try these soon.
    Love Ash.

  8. kababs looking Great and lovely presentation. Very very nice!

  9. Thanks All

    @ Anjana....yes even I loved the baking I always crave for some baked kebabs

  10. This sounds great!! I loved the recipe. Your blog is full of yummy delicacies...drooling!

  11. These kebabs look yum...I always bake my kebabs, they are healthier and also I think taste better cos of the slower cooking...

  12. one of my fav kebabs.. thanks for linking it :)

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  13. super yummy, n the clicks r so fabulous....


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