Baked chicken and veg seekh kabab
What if you come to know that you can enjoy your favourite kebabs without worrying about the weighing scale? Even though it is baked, there is no compromise in its delicious taste. To make this mouth-watering delicacy more nutritious and healthier I have given a twist to it by adding veggies to it. No more controlling those urges for some kebabs, make these healthy kababs and satiate your hunger pans.
- Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
- Whisk the egg and add red chilli powder, salt and pepper powder.
- Mix the whisked egg with the minced chicken and keep it aside for about 10 – 15 mins.
- After 10 – 15 minutes add the onion, garlic and the ginger garlic paste to the minced chicken.
- Add the oil too with the mixture.
- You can add chopped coriander too if you like.
- Add the seekh masala and mix thoroughly well with hands.
- Keep the mixture in the fridge for at least 1.5 hours.
- Later, apply some water on your hands and form a ball with the minced chicken. Use wooden skewer and press out a kebab.
- Now take a baking dish and apply oil, butter or ghee on it.
- Place the kebabs on it and bake for 10 minutes.
- Turn side, brush with a little oil till charred and cooked. (another 15 minutes.)
- Serve with lemons and green chillies.
- Chicken keema – 100 gms
- Capsicum – 20 gms
- Carrots – 15 gms
- Spring onions – 10gms
- Onions – 1 small size (chopped)
- Garlic – 1 small piece (chopped)
- Green chillies – 2-3
- Ginger garlic paste – ½ tsp (heaped)
- Egg - 1
- Seekh kabab masala or Garam masala powder - 2 tsp
- Salt – As per taste
- red chilli powder – ¼ tsp
- pepper powder – a pinch
- oil – 1 tsp
ENERGY – 251 Kcal
PROTEIN – 32.5 gms
CARBOHYDRATES – 10 gms
FATS – 12 gms
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