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Indian Kebab

ingredients

serves 4
450 g (1 lb) finely minced beef
1 egg lightly beaten
5 g (1 tsp) coriander seeds, ground
2.5 g (1/2 tsp) chilli powder
2.5 g (1/2 tsp) cumin
2.5 g (1/2 tsp) garam masala
2 cloves garlic, crushed
salt to taste
1 onion, grated or liquidized
breadcrumbs (optional)
30 ml (2 tbsp) oil
1 lemon, sliced, pips removed
1 onion, sliced into rings
1 tomato, skinned and sliced

method

1. Mix the lightly beaten egg and beef in a bowl.

2. Add the spices, salt and grated onion to the beef and use breadcrumbs to stiffen and bind the mixture if necessary.

3. Oil your fingers and the skewers.

4. Wrap the meat around the skewers in cigar shapes.

5. Brush the meat with oil and cook under a moderate grill until evenly browned.

6. Serve garnished with lemon, onion and tomato slices.

What did you think?

34 people have helped to review this recipe. Thankyou!

Indian Kebab
posted by Tay @ 05:05PM, 10/07/07
I don't see egg in ingredients! Very confusing for a complete cookery novice like me. Recipe sounds good though, I'll try it tomorrow.

Whoops! Fixed
Indian Kebab
posted by sol.touray@googlemail.com @ 09:20AM, 12/01/07
I like challenges this reciept will do just fine for me,am now going to the kitchen to get things started, so will let you know the results tomorrow
Indian Kebab
posted by Kenny @ 03:15AM, 2/23/08
Tried it. Found it pretty bland
Kuta dish
posted by tere baap @ 07:44AM, 10/19/08
Ghatiya dish hai
kuta bhi nahin khay ga
sale kyun likhi
apni maa ko ja ke khilayu
haramiiiii
Nice
posted by COOKuK @ 01:51PM, 10/21/08
Was nice, just made them and they we're enjoyable. lovely with some lemon juice on them and shredded lettace.
Indian kebab
posted by jojo @ 11:05AM, 1/29/09
I made mix as recipe stated, then cooked a teaspoonful 1st, to test the seasoning, my family like it pretty hot and spicy, so after tasting l doubled up on spices, then they were perfect!! my advice is to do a taste test 1st.
Indian kebab
posted by jojo @ 11:06AM, 1/29/09
I made mix as recipe stated, then cooked a teaspoonful 1st, to test the seasoning, my family like it pretty hot and spicy, so after tasting l doubled up on spices, then they were perfect!! my advice is to do a taste test 1st.
Indian kebabs
posted by grant muller @ 03:30PM, 12/16/09
Definitely could do with a bit more spice. Good basics to the recipe though.
INDIANS/ASIANS Take notice !
posted by wolvie @ 09:26PM, 12/17/09
If your pallet is acquainted with hot spicey food regularly, like most asian/ indian food is, a good idea is to double the masala and spices, add a little few more spices and walaaaa,,,kebebs,,,tasty
Bang bang
posted by mufasa @ 02:03PM, 4/20/10
Not just indians like spices your just too light with the spice nd garlic sort it out
Spice hut in powai
posted by Rakesh @ 04:45AM, 8/30/10
Murg bagani bahar
Triple spicey?
posted by The Master @ 06:07PM, 7/01/11
I just tripled all the spices and toasted them in a dry frying pan before adding the to the beef, and thoroughly enjoyed the outcome with a salad, a sqeeze of lemon juice and a spoonful of humus. Enjoy.
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