Seekh Kebab – Indian Non Vegetarian Appetizer Recipes

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Detailed Recipe: http://showmethecurry.com/2009/03/05/seekh-kebab/

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Heed K says:

Seekh Kabab came out very good.i just adjust the seasoning as per our
taste.´╗┐

Rakesh Kamble says:

nice´╗┐

Trust NoOne says:

Mango powder? i have never come across this I wonder if I would be able to
find it. Fried onions? Do you just fry onions in hot oil?

ameenkn says:

I have been following many of your recipes. Thanks for that Showmethecurry.
But why is that the audio level in too low to be audible in ALL your
videos. Please improve this.

kirk7524875248 says:

Jeeeez that looks good.

Indiacalcutta says:

I have a hard time looking for a spice grinder that is removable. What kind
is the one you have? can you share the name. Thank you for all your
wonderful shows. I appreciate it.

ShowMeTheCurry.com says:

@ameenkn : Thanks for your feedback and support. This is an old video – we
have upgraded our sound and video equipment since then.

ShowMeTheCurry.com says:

You could substitute potatoes. You can skip the marination part and adding
the egg. It would be close to aloo tikkis.

YoLninYo says:

you know, maybe it’s just me, but I always feel like there is this unspoken
tension and underlying hostility between the two hosts …

Arsenal1508 says:

Thanks so much. A new recipe to try out.

FARAH A says:

sorry what do you mean by putting the oven on ‘broil; thanks

ShowMeTheCurry.com says:

The one we use is a Hamilton Beach Custom Grind Delux and is available in
stores like Target. It is actually a coffee grinder but works very well
with spices (have kept this one just for grinding spices)

isha chaudhari says:

Nice recipe but why is it that anuja always does the hardwork rather than
hetal ? lol just kidding :)

ShowMeTheCurry.com says:

You can find mango powder (amchur, amchoor) at your local Indian grocery
store. Fried onions are are also available there. They are ready made crisp
onions. They are a big time saver, but if you can’t find it, you can saute
some onions in oil until brown.

AfghanpowerNL says:

You two are the best aunties:) thanks so so much for all your great advices.

LegitKhajiit says:

yyyyyyyyyyyyyuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmm

armolana says:

i dont really have that particular grinder, so i thought, what if i just
substitute those seeds with ready made powders: coriander, chilli,black
pepper.

urangaswamy says:

nice recipie

Aby Mathew says:

If we are using ground beef, what fat ratio do you recommend – 10/90, 20/80?

Knight Walker says:

I love the way you prepared the spices, however this is not really seekh
kebab, its more like fried kebab! Seekh kebab MUST be made on the seekh for
it to be called seekh kebab. 2 Egg is not really required by adding it you
are taking away from the taste. 3. Fried Onions should never be used, cut
onions into small pieces dry them out by taking out all moisture out and
then mix, anyway i guess different people have different technique. I just
like more traditional technique better.

Trust NoOne says:

Fabulous, I was making kebabs the other day and was rather thinking how to
taste the salt but was not sure if it was healthy to taste it raw but I did
put a bit and then spitted it out. So next time I wont taste the raw meat I
will just take a guess on the salt. I will try this recipe next time…

LegitKhajiit says:

yyyyyyyyyyyyyuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmm are use punjabi

MrBj2020 says:

Hi ladies, what’s the model of coffee grinder you have..I’d like to get one
too. i have one attached kind…no fun.

Shaheen Saiyed says:

It seems the recipe only worked for you two and no one else. And I wasn’t
implying there was haleem in your recipe I was saying that’s what store
bought fried onions are commonly used for and never for kabobs. I love
looking up recipes on YouTube and it’s great that you ladies post them but
when recipes don’t work it’s best to just remove them so others don’t go
through the hassle of making a bad dish.

purespirit9 says:

Mmmmm…Thx Hetal & Anuja…can you be my cooks in my home…lol…kidding!
5/5

ShowMeTheCurry.com says:

@farahm07 “Broil” is a setting on ovens that makes the heat come only from
the top. There are usually 2 temp settings associated with broil – high and
low.

engafaf says:

@farahm07 In arabic SHAWEE or TAHMEER :)

Shaheen Saiyed says:

This was a recipe for disaster. I used all the ingredients mentioned and
the kabobs were extremely bland. I used store bought fried onions in currys
and haleem, never have I heard them being used in kabobs. I wish you ladies
would just take this video down.

ShowMeTheCurry.com says:

@MrBj2020 : It is a Hamilton Beach. It is very old and infact very, very
old and they have stopped making this one and the new replacement is not as
good. Hence we are keeping this broken one :)

Indiacalcutta says:

Thank you to two wonderful ladies.

Trust NoOne says:

Indian cooking makes sense when its the indian people cooking it and
presenting it.

ShowMeTheCurry.com says:

@Shaheensultanasaiyed : Sorry you do not approve – it came out wonderful
for us. FYI – There was no haleem in the recipe. Cheers :)

Neil Shah says:

Hetal/Anuja A question I am a vegetarian and i wanted to know if u guys cud
make a Vegetarian kebab recipe vid. Moreover wat i substitute boiled mashed
potato with meat u used would that help ?

ebutuoymai says:

Im not being rude but this is the worst seekh kebab recipe iv seen! They
are just lumps of ground meat fried in oil! Seekh kebabs fried in oil
whattt??? AND dried fried onions??? you tell me you couldnt cut up a fresh
onion and saute it yourselves? Your supposed to be “chefs”. Not everyone
has a Tandoor granted but at least make them look like real seekh kebabs
and BBQ them or at worst under the grill. This is lazy cooking. Very poor
attempt sorry.

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