Baked Seekh Kebabs

Ingredients:

2 pounds Beef Kheema (Minced Beef)

½ an onion

½ cup fried onion

½ cup bread crumbs (to make my life easier)

¼ cup oil

Handful chopped cilantro

1-2 green chillies (depending on taste)

½  tsp red chili powder

¼ tsp cumin powder

¼ tsp coriander powder

¼ tsp turmeric powder (haldi)

1 tsp ginger paste

1 tsp garlic paste

Salt as per taste

1½ tbs of Shan Seekh Kabab Mix – (As you all probably know by now I use a lot of Shan and National Spice mixes but rarely follow directions. Mainly because I don’t like garam masala and most of these spice mixes have a lot of it, so I tend to put tbs or tsp as it adds flavor to the dish).

Method:

Mix above ingredients very well. Let it sit for 30 mins.

If you have the time, grind up all the spices (except minced meat and oil) together. (I did not hence have used chopped onion and cilantro). But the ground spices will probably give it a more authentic look!


Wet the skewer

Wet your hands slightly

Shape the kebab’s into a ball.

While holding the skewer with your right hand, use your left four fingers to change the shape of the kebab ball into an oblong shape. (Rotate the kebab but hold the skewer straight – works better). 

Let it sit till you are done shaping all the kebabs


Spray the pan and kebab with Pam and baked at 350° for 30 minutes turning over once and spraying the kebab once more on the flipped side with Pam.

You can fry it on both sides if you like.


The kebabs slightly shrink so make the ball bigger if you want longer kebabs.

Serve with green chutney or hot sauce.

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