Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Chapli Kebabs

Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu!

This recipe is for Chapli Kebabs. There are so many different kinds of kebabs out there, and this one has it's name because it's supposed to be thin like a chapal (Pakistani slipper). Mine were thin but could have been thinner - but oh well! They tasted really good anyway!



A Simple List of Ingredients:


1. Lamb Mince
2. Coriander Seeds
3. Spring Onions
4. Green Chillies
5. Fresh Coriander
6. Salt
7. Red Chilli Powder
8. Vegetable Oil

Bismillah, let's make kebabs!


To start, roughly chop 1 bunch spring onions.



Take 5 whole green chillies.



Take a handful chopped fresh coriander.




Place the spring onions, chillies and coriander into a food processor.



Blitz until finely chopped. 



Next, take 2 tablespoons coriander seeds.



Grind the seeds in a spice grinder until a coarse powder is formed. You could use normal ground coriander too, but this recipe does require a much coarser powder than normal.



Take 1 and 1/4 teaspoon salt.



Take 1 and 1/4 teaspoon red chilli powder.



Add all the spices to the blender.



Blitz again!



Add 1 pound lamb mince.



Blitz once again! (How easy is this recipe? The blender does most of the work.)



Dump the mixture into a mixing bowl, and give it a quick stir by hand to make sure everything is combined.




Shape the kebabs into patties, and try and make them as thin as possible. Fry in hot oil until cooked all the way through.



Serve straight away with a salad and pitta bread!

Wasalaam!

12 comments

  1. Wa'alaykum asalaam. Omg, these looks amazing! I need to try these. Once my exams are over, I will be trying your recipies! <3

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  2. Asalamualaykum this Kabab is from my area in Pakistan you didn't add anar Dana

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  3. Oh also the corriander seeds are whole and it is lacking a tomato I am not trying to be rude and nice try I make these all of the time please refer to my blog on Wordpress

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    1. Wa alaikumus salaam! Thank you for your comments - I will definitely give your version a go sometime, insha Allah. :)

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  4. Do you wash the meat? If so how?

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    1. With lamb mince, a super quick rinse is all.

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    1. Amazing recipe thank you

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    2. So glad you enjoyed the kebabs! :)

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  6. ASA! Just found your blog and loving it! As someone who is trying to get better at cooking your blog is super helpful! Can you substitute the lamb for chicken?

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    1. Wa alaikumus salaam! Thank you so much for all your kind words. You can sub the lamb for chicken but I also have a few chicken kebab recipes on my blog.

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