Carrot Kebabs (RAMADAN SAVOURY)

Monday, May 25, 2015





There are so many kebab recipes, and as much as the classic traditional recipe is always made and kept in the house its better to try new ones out to give more variety for your food.
Now we tried 2 new kebabs recipes, and as this is kebab week I shall be sharing them.
Making all your ramadan prep easy, remember ramadan special savoury month is upon us and I will be sharing 3 savoury recipes every week Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. 


METHOD:


1 kg chicken fillet (minced)
2 carrots 
2 onions
2 green peppers
Green Masala (ground green chillies and fresh coriander)
Tumeric
Salt
Dry ground coriander
Ground Cumin
1 tsp black pepper
2 Tb lemon juice
2 slices soaked white bread (soaked in water - squeeze the water out before adding it to the mix)
Fresh coriander
Fresh parsley




    • Mince/finey chop the carrots, peppers and onions before adding it to the minced chicken fillet.
    • Bind all the ingredients together and mix well. 
    • Shape into whatever shape you would like to use for your kebabs as shown down below. 
    • You can use some little olive oil in you hands to make the shaping much more easier. 









    • Than dip into egg and the breadcrumbs.





    • Pack into your tupperwares or styrofoam and place them in the freezer. 
    • When needed, take our some hours before frying. 







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    8 comments

    1. These look very tempting, Masha'Allah.

      I will definitely try out this recipe, thanks for sharing it with us :)

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      1. Jazakallah for the sweet comment (: my pleasure please let me know how it turns out :D

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    2. Very different & seems yummy! thanks a lot for sharing the recipe :)

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      1. aww thank you (: my pleasure I love sharing new recipes

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    3. How many kebabs on average will this recipe make?

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      1. To be honest we never count, because it usually depends on the size of the kebab you're making. But I will estimate and say more a couple of dozens

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    4. This seems like an excellent way to hide the veggies for kids mashaAllah, great recipe!

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      1. Jazakallah ...I know with kids you have to be super sneaky because they come mini masterchefs with their critics and palette lol best to keep it chopped finely or give a different name or make it look pretty but its a phase most grow out off - usually I make it look pretty or hide it with other ingredients - or the old trick of no sweets if you don't eat your veggies

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