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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Cheese Finger Kebabs

Recipe Source  :  My Diary
I tried cheese finger kababs which was a disaster at my first attempt a few years back. Today I made a second attempt of the very same dish.  It was to my surprise to find out that it comes out perfect this time. I guess the credit goes to my experience.  Hope you must also love it.......


Ingredients
For Kababs
Grated Cauliflower             1 Bowl
Grated Lotus Stem               1 Bowl    
Grated bottle gourd            1/2 Bowl
Grated Onion                      1
Besan/Chickpeas flour        1 1/2 tbsp
Cottage Cheese                   250 gms
Turmeric Powder                1/2 tsp
Red Chilli Powder              1/4 tsp
Coriander Powder             1/4 tsp


For the Gravy
Onions                                2
Garlic cloves                     5-6
Ginger                               a small piece
Curd                                  1 tsp
Fresh cream                     2 tbsp


Method
for the Kababs
Combine all the grated vegetables in a bowl.  Add in besan and mix well. Heat 2 tsp in a pan and saute the grated vegetable mixed besan till the water evaporates and they change their color into slightly brown.  Switch off the gas.  Add in salt, turmeric powder, coriander powder and red chilli powder. Mix well.  Let it cool. Meanwhile cut the paneer in finger like shape (approx 5 fingers). Now take cheese fingers and coat its one end with the ready mixture (as shown in pic). Prepare all cheese fingers in the similar way. Now heat sufficient oil in a deep bottom pan and deep fry the cheese finger kababs till golden brown in color. Set aside.







For the gravy
Grind onion, garlic and ginger to a fine paste. Boil tomatoes and peel the skin off and pureed them.
Heat oil in a pan, add the paste, saute it until they turn into pink. Tip in turmeric powder, coriander powder and red chilli powder.  Add pureed tomatoes... saute well. Add curd and fresh cream. Cook until the oil ooze out. Now, add salt and one cup of water for the gravy.  Simmer the fire. Cook it for 15 minutes. Add cheese finger kabab to the gravy. Switch off the fire. 

                           





Dish out the gravy in the serving bowl. Garnish with coriander leaves and garam masala. 

Serve and enjoy with roti or naan....


20 comments:

  1. What an awesome recipe, very well explained too, can't wait to try it :)
    Thanks a lot for linking to bookmarked event :)
    US Masala

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  2. WOww.. very interesting recipe.. looks really good and tempting.. thanks for the recipe :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  3. Thanks friends for the sweet comments.

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  4. woow lovely recipe...looks soo delicious and mouthwatering...will soon try it..:)

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  5. wow such an awesome dish.. so much of patience.. perfect hats off...

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  6. This is a very nice recipe Deeksha...would love to make it for my guests.

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  7. Very interesting and tempting recipe.. looks absolutely delicious.. thanks for sharing !

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  8. This dish stands out because of it's look and shape. Excellent recipe

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  9. wow wow very interesting and perfectly made dear !!

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  10. Hey Deeksha..!!! Glad i got a chance to drop into urblog..U have a mouthwatering collection of recipes!!! Glad to follow U & keep rocking!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  11. I am loving it. Great recipe dear, sounds like a perfect party or potluck entry :)

    Thanks for linking it to our bookmarked event.

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  12. Wow!Delicious kababs and gravy.

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  13. Sounds like an interesting recipe with cheese. My kids love cheese and I know they'll love this kebab curry!

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  14. Excellent recipe,looks so yummy and tempting.Wonderful preparation.

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  15. Thats a very cool idea! nice recipe!

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  16. We all have kitchen disaster but I must say your second attempt is a major success....dish looks superb!

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  17. oh my what a mouthwatering recipe!! cant wait to try it out!

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