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(Disclaimer: Since I am Pakistani, my references made on the blog are towards Pakistani weddings -BUT, more or less, all brown weddings are generally the same.) Attending a brown wedding should be on your bucket list; they are probably the most lit weddings you’ll ever attend. The food, the décor, the dances, the customs, the […]

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Myths about Desi Cooking — Elegant Blogger

Desi cuisines are a blend of South Asian and Central Asian region. It encompasses a wide variety of some of the regional as well as some of the traditional recipes. Their specific taste is due to moderate climate, traditional style and cultural practices of people. It’s a part of Mughals legacy as they have ruled […]

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Hara Bhara Kabab Easy Recipe

Hara Bhara Kabab

Cuisine: Indian Snacks

Serves: 2pax

INGREDIENTS

  • Peas 100gms
  • Potato 2-3pcs
  • Green Chilly 2pcs
  • Coriander 50gms
  • Salt to taste
  • Garam Masala to taste
  • Red chilly powder to taste
  • Maida 100gms
  • Vegetable oil for frying
  • Beans 50gms
  • Capsicum 1pc

METHOD

  1. Boil the potato, beans and peas separately
  2. Chop the green chilly, coriander and Capsicum
  3. Mix boiled potatoes with all the other ingredients
  4. Add all the spices along with maida
  5. Make patty and keep in the refrigerator for minimum 10min
  6. Take a pan add oil and deep fry the kababs
  7. Server hot with mint Chutney

Chef Tips:

  • After boiling the potato take them out of water immediately so that it doesn’t soak water
  • Try to boil the potato 80% so that while grating then you can do it easily
  • Spices can be added according to your taste
  • You can shallow fry too in a flat pan

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Mutter Ke Shaami Kabab Easy Recipe

Mutter Ke Shaami Kabab

Cuisine: Indian Starter

Serves: 2pax

INGREDIENTS

  • Green Peas 200gms
  • Besan(Gram Flour) 100gms
  • Maida(Refined Flour) 100gms
  • Salt to taste
  • Red chilly powder to taste
  • Garam Masala to taste
  • Chaat masala for Garnish
  • Lemon for garnish
  • Jeera whole(Cumin) 1tsp
  • Refined oil for frying

METHOD

  1. Take a pan, add oil, then whole jeera, then green peas
  2. Sauté the green peas well, then add besan and cook well
  3. Add all the spices and then take it out in a plate to cool
  4. When the mixture cools up add maida to bind it before making tikis (Flat Patty)
  5. Take oil in a pan, then shallow fry it till golden brown
  6. Serve hot with Ketchup or Chutney

Chef Tips:

  • Make sure the peas are nicely cooked, don’t add water in it
  • Keep it as dry as possible, spices can be increased or decreased accordingly
  • After making the patty keep it inside the refrigerator for atleast 20min
  • It’s a Vegan recipe so anyone can try

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