As the tite stated, this is the first time that I am blogging about a cooking recipe. For so many weeks, I have been promising you guys on making some kind a traditional South Indian Recipe.
Read More to learn about the exact technique (ingredients + procedure) to make this kebab.
List of Ingredients
- Boneless Chicken Breast (700 Grams)
- White Pepper (1 Teaspoon)
- Salt (Varies)
- Black Pepper (1 Teaspoon)
- Coriander Leaves (5 Grams)
- Onion (1)
- Coconut Powder (2 Teaspoons)
- Coriander Powder (1 Teaspoon)
- Cumin Powder (1.5 Teaspoons)
- Garam Masala (1 Teaspoon)
- Garlic (4)
- Green Chillies (3)
- Butter (100 Grams)
- Oil (Shallow Fry)
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Estimated Time: 40 minutes
Expected Number: 32 – 40 Kebabs
- Chop the onions to small pieces and peel the garlic.
- Put the boneless chicken breast, white pepper, salt, black pepper, coriander leaves, onion, coconut powder, coriander powder, garam masala, garlic, green chillies, and butter in the food processor.
- Grind all these ingredients in the food processor for a few minutes.
- Once you grind them, take it out and put it in a separate bowl.
- Now, apply some oil on your hands, and take a handful amount of the grinded ingredients.
- Make an ovoid or an egg-shape in your hands.
- Once you make the right shape, place them on a separate tray.
- After making these kebabs until the last bit of the mashed ingredients, put a tawa pan on the stove and set the flame to medium-high.
- Make sure to pour some oil on the pan for a shallow fry.
- Once the oil is hot, start placing the ovoid shaped kebabs onto the pan.
- Flip the kebabs when one side is slightly brown, and wait until the other side gets the similar color.
- After both sides are fried to a certain extent, make sure to take them out of the pan and place them on the tray.
- Using the remaining oil, brush each of the kebabs with a little bit of oil for some flavor.
- Put the tray full of kebabs into the oven and over bake them for 10 minutes at 200°C.
Reshmi Kebab is Ready!
I just realized while blogging that I didn’t get a good photo of the final result. I apologize for this little slip 😬
If you have any questions/thoughts about the Reshmi Kebab recipe or if you just had something to say, feel free to leave them down in the comment section below and I will get back to you ASAP.
Also, please tell me if you have tried this recipe and how the dish came out!
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