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Mutton Seekh Kebab

This is a dish in which minced meat and spices ground together bound with egg and then baked/grilled.


Serves (4 to 5)


500 grams                   Mutton (minced) 

50 grams                     Chicken (minced)


Ingredients (A)

10 grams                     Ginger (finely chopped)

5 pieces                       Garlic (finely chopped)

50 grams                     Onion (chopped)

1 piece                         Green Chilli (chopped)

10 grams                     Red Capsicum (chopped)

10 grams                     Green Capsicum (chopped)

1 teaspoon                  Cheese

2 sprigs                       Coriander Leaves (chopped)

2 teaspoons                Chilli Powder

1 teaspoon                  Meat Curry Powder

1 teaspoon                  Garam Masala

2 teaspoons                Chicken Powder

1 small                        Egg

As necessary             Salt


Ingredients (B)

Sprinkling on it

As necessary               Butter

As necessary               Lemon Juice



1. Mix all the Ingredients (A), together in a bowl.

2.Then put the mutton and chicken inside the bowl and mix well.

* Reason for adding chicken is because, it helps to bind.

3. Then put it into the refrigerator for 1 hour or so.

4. Then take it out from the refrigerator, and leave it for it to defrost, before cooking. Check the salt content, add in if neccesary.

5. Take a handful of the minced meat, about the size of a big egg and roll it into a sausage with length 3 inches.

6. And grease the tray with cooking oil and place the kebab on the tray.

7. Preheat the oven at 250oC before placing the kebab into the oven. 

8. Cook it in the oven for 8 minutes at 200oC.

9. Remove the kebab from the oven and strain off any liquid found on the tray.

10. Then smear it with butter and place it again into the oven for 8 to 10 minutes at 220oC.

11. Once it is done, smear it with Ingredients (B).

12. Serve with mint or barbecue sauce.



* If you have a skewer, you can use too.


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Mutton Seekh Kebab.