Quick Eve Snacks: Try This Amazing Kebab Recipe

Made with black chickpeas which are a rich source of protein along with calcium-rich dahi, the simple recipe is a must-try.

Shivani Arora

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Published on 28 Jun 2020 10:55 AM GMT

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Evening snack is the most toughest food to decide. So,here we have a good option for you. Who doesn’t love kebabs? The sumptuous Punjabi household favourite doesn’t just make for a filling snack but is a healthy option for those craving something savoury and ‘chatpata’. And if you are fond of vegetarian kebabs, full of plant protein, here is a simple recipe that chef Anahita Dhondy recently made.

Take a look!

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Chane ke Kebab

Made with black chickpeas which are a rich source of protein along with calcium-rich dahi, the simple recipe is a must-try.

Ingredients Required :

1 cup – Black chana (black chickpeas) soaked overnight, pressure cooked in the morning with 4-5 whistles till cooked.

3tsp – Curd (dahi, or as much required to grind it into a smooth paste)

1 no – Onion, finely chopped

3-4 no – Green chillies, finely chopped

1 small piece – Ginger, finely chopped

1/2tsp – Ginger garlic paste

Finely chopped coriander to taste

Dry spices:

1/2tsp – Garam masala, Red chilli powder, Jeera powder

1/4tsp – Coriander powder

1/2tsp – Amchur powder

1/4tsp – Chaat masala

Salt to taste

Ghee for cooking

Serve with mint chutney, onion and lemon

Method

Grind the chana with the dahi in a blender/mixer.

Add all the finely chopped ingredients and mix well.

Add the dry spices and mix well.

Heat a pan, add ghee and make the kebabs.

Serve hot with garnishes.

Follow these Pro tips:

Once the black chana is pressure cooked, cool down the stock and keep it separately to either cook rice in or make a soup as it’s extremely healthy and for #zerowaste.

Add more dahi if the chana and dahi mixture is not lump-free. But don’t add water.

Cook the kebab in ghee as it makes the kebabs more flavoursome.

Are you going to try it today?

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