Chicken MalaiSeekh Kabab Recipe/Malai Seekh Kebab Recipe.

how to make seekh kabab
 Soft succulent melt in mouth seekh kebabs with some mint chutney and a naan..Wow what at treat......
I love Love seekh kababs , as a kid i use to enjoy this with naan bread which we used to get with this...Since beef is banned in Mumbai I have never tried seekh kababs home and was missing them terribly
I thought of making Chicken Malai seekh kabab a recipe which was in my mind since long I made spicy mutton biryani on sunday and aslo made these melt in mouth Chicken malai seekh kabab..

Though i have a segri to grill the kababs i tried these on wooden skewers n pan fried them...they were equally good to get the bbq taste i gave a dum of coal to the mince n then made kababs
Do try them atleast once and I bet you will stop buying seekh kabas from out.


Ingredients
1/2 kg chicken mince
1 onion chopped
5-6 green chillies
5-7 black pepper
1 inch ginger
7-9 garlic cloves
1/2 tsp garam masala powder
1 1/2 tsp coriander cumin powder
1 tsp lime juice
2 tbsp fresh  cream
5-7 cashews
mint leaves chopped
coriander fistful
salt
1 egg

Method:

  • If you have chicken mince then you  can use it ,I have used boneless chicken pieces and then ground it.
  • Along with the ground mince add chili ,pepper ,onion,coriander leaves  and ginger garlic cashews egg and grind till smooth paste.
  • Remove in a bowl then add coriander cumin powder,garam masala powder salt and lime


  • Add the cream and chopped mint leaves and mix well
  • Refrigerate for 30 mins.
  • Heat the coal and place an aluminium foil on the mince then place the hot coal and just add a drop of oi on the burning coal immediately cover the bowl with another vessel so that no air escapes and the coal aroma enters the mixture.
  • Soak the wooden skewers for 1 hr in water
  • Oil /wet your hands take the mixture in your hand and shape it into kebabs on the stick
  • I kept in the fridge for 20 mins so that they were set.



  • Heat a pan add 1 tsp oil and pan fry the kebabs from all side till they are brown.
  • Serve with mint chutney and onion rings.






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19 comments:

  1. A new recipe for me..... lovely n yummy chicken kabab...... :)

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  2. They look mouthwatering delicious. I can almost get a whiff of the gorgeous aroma and sense how soft these kebabs are. I am already savouring them virtually. Very nice dear.

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  3. That looks so soft and juicy! So tempting!

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  4. First is the delicious chutney. So loved though no fault finding with the kabab. Yum.

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  5. Just woow..what a mouthwatering dish..perfect for weekend

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  6. they have come out very nice ...perfect for a party

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  7. jazakallah dear...

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  8. o wow i am in love with these malai kababs <3

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  9. Yum Yum... send some for my tummy!

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  10. Can I use the same recipe for even beef....

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  11. wow...the kabab looks delicious...drooling here

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  12. wow amazing and tasty recipe, i like seekh kabab very Much. And thanks for sharing ingredients and method.

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  13. Hi,

    Can they be made vegetarain? They truly look melt in the mouth delicious.

    Thanks,

    Ritu

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    1. Thanks Ritu,
      You can make it with soya granules..boil them squeeze the excess water ..grind it well and proceed with the same method as mentioned..
      Hope this helps..

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  14. Thank you so much for the prompt reply. Will let u know how it turns out

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