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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Dahi Ke Kebabs / Yogurt Patties


I will straight come to today's recipe as I need to study :-P Yes preparing your kid for final exams is not an easy job ! I had learnt this recipe at a food demo, probably Aditya Bal's NDTV good food.

Ingredients:
1 cup Hung curd ( take a cheesecloth and place 1 1/2 cup yogurt and join the ends to make a 'potli'. Hang it over a sink tap for 5-6 hours)
1/2 cup grated Paneer /cottage cheese
1 big boiled potato, grated
1/2 tsp grated Ginger
1 tsp Cumin seeds
1-2 Green chilies, chopped
1/4 tsp Pepper powder
1/2 tsp Garam masala
1/4 cup Cornflour + 2tbsp cornflour with little water to make a smooth batter separately
1/2 cup Breadcrumbs
12-14 Cashews
Cooking oil
Few springs of chopped coriander (I didn't have it)
Salt to taste

Method:
Take hung curd, paneer and potato in a large mixing bowl and mix everything very well. Heat 2 tsp oil on low flame and add cumin seeds first. Once cumin seeds crackling add grated ginger and green chilies. Fry for a minute and immediately turn off the flame.

 Add this to the paneer-yogurt mixture and mix thoroughly. Add salt, garam masala, pepper powder and mix well. Kebab mixture is ready. Now divide the dough into 12 equal parts by making small round balls. Using your palms slightly flatten a round ball and put one cashew in the center and roll again to make a smooth ball. Grease your hands with oil if working with sticky dough is bothering you too much.

 Take cornflour in a plate and coat this ball evenly.  Like wise make all kebabs. Now here you can fry them as it is in hot oil or you can double coat it for crunchier texture like I did. Mix a little cornflour with cold water to make a smooth white batter for coating.

Dip the balls in cornflour liquid batter and sprinkle some breadcrumbs over them. Heat oil in a non stick pan and fry the patties from both sides, till golden brown. Place the patties on an absorbent paper and serve them with chutney of your choice. I generally serve these patties with Coriander chutney or Onion chutney.

34 comments:

  1. I have always wanted to try this .. Looks really good and am going to try them soon.

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  2. the snaps looks awesome... i do understand teaching kids these days is as good as parents recieving free education... :)

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    1. Bingo Rafeeda ! It's like I am going back to school again...:-P Many a times I google search for clarifications

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  3. Yummy and I saw this recipe once in a video.this came out super perfect

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  4. totally feel like making these right away.. looks yummmmoooo

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  5. nice click.. like the first one.. have never tried this kabab.. would love to try it..

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  6. The kebabs Looks awesome Deepa.And that plate is simply gorgeous :)

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  7. looks absolutely delicious... would love to grab them...

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  8. love this ... So tempting clicks.. Never tasted this before.. bookmarked it

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  9. Quick question - how many kebabs did this make? I want to make it on Sunday for a group of 10 people and so I am trying to figure out the quantity I would need to serve atleast 2 per head.
    Devi, Toronto

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    1. Dear Devi,
      As you can see in the pictures that I have made kebabs little bigger in size hence this above quantity fetched me 8 kebabs. So you can double the quantity and best would be if you try this before the D day as practice session with half quantity.

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  10. I have been wanting to do this for a long time,tempting clicks

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  11. so beautiful and delicious. I might make some this holi too :)

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  12. Wow these looks amazing... Bookmarked

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  13. looks delicious yes teaching kids are difficult process.

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  14. Lovely recipe...i too saw a recipe for dahi kebabs on TV sometime back!! Turned out yummy!!

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  15. Love your pics...I have made and posted this long time back..but haven't made in a long time now..Your pics are tempting me to make some

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  16. I know teaching kids is not a easy job, i have crossed all those tough times, thank god mine are grown up now and they are doing their studies alone.

    Dahi ke kebabs is in my to do list since a long, now its time to pull myself to make some, but am drooling over that crispy crust Deepa.

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  17. Thanks Deepa for your suggestion re. ingredient quantities.
    For some strange reason, I was not able to reply to your response above.
    Devi, Toronto

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  18. awesome click sis..patties looks crispy

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  19. These look fantastic… they have such a nice and crispy crust...

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  20. perfectly crisped up patties. yummmm

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  21. kebab with yogurt looks very delicious dear.

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  22. These pictures are so good, you're making me feel hungry ;)

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  23. when i read the title; i was surprised how can we make kebabs out of yogurt that post really fascinated me to make some :) very nice :) lovely clicks :)

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  24. Thats a lovely kabaab & I can imagine the taste. yummm... Long time since I visited your space. Loved every click in your post.

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  25. Perfect snack,love the recipe,thanks for sharing

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  26. Deepa, welcome to exam month ;-)
    The kababs look so good, and your step wise instructions make it so simple and doable. Lovely pictures too!

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  27. Feel like eating everything. looking great.

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