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Dahi Ke Kebabs | Curd Cutlets – Recipe No. 66

Today I am sharing with you all a recipe of creamy and soft Dahi ke Kebabs. It is basically a North Indian recipe. It is very easy and yummy recipe which requires a mixture of hung curd, some veggies and spices. Rice flour is used as a binding agent and makes kebab crispy. I have made healthy version of it by shallow frying it. It can be best served as an appetizer with green chutney or tomato ketchup.

Step – by – Step Tutorial of Dahi ke Kebab

 

Serving – 12-15 Kebabs

Ingredients –

  1. Hung Curd – 2 Cups
  2. Finely Chopped Capsicum – ¼ Cup
  3. Finely Chopped Cabbage – ¼ Cup
  4. Chaat Masala – 1 Tsp.
  5. Black Pepper Powder – ½ Tbsp.
  6. Salt to Taste
  7. Rice flour – 4 Tbsp.
  8. Breadcrumbs for Coating
  9. Oil for frying

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Method –

  1. Take hung curd in a mixing bowl
  2. Add in finely chopped capsicum and cabbage
  3. Add in salt, chaat masala and black pepper powder.
  4. Add in rice flour and mix all ingredients properly
  5. Make kebabs from dahi mixture (shape and size of kebabs depends on you)
  6. Coat all kebabs with bread crumbs and keep them in a fridge for 15-20 mins.
  7. Now shallow fry all kebabs till both sides turn brown in color.
  8. Serve Dahi ke Kebabs with tomato ketchup and some cabbage salad.

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Notes –

  1. Vegetables like onion, carrot, red and yellow bell peppers, beans can also be added.
  2. Spices can be adjusted according to your taste.
  3. Instead rice flour, gram flour can also be added.
  4. You can deep fry or shallow fry kebabs according to your choice.
  5. If the mixture sticks to your hand then add more rice flour.
  6. Apply oil on hands while making kebabs as it will not stick on hands.

Enjoy this yummy appetizer with your friends and relatives and share your feedback with me.

Happy Cooking!

Stay Happy!

Stay Healthy!

Surbhi

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