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Recipe of Dahi Batata Puri

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Dahi batata puri a typically famous Indian street food , this snack basically chaat, comprises of crisp puris , filled with boiled potatoes, ragda with toppings of different delicious  chutneys and beaten curd and sev . Its a must have on the streets of Mumbai ( India ) , In fact if you have chutneys and puri ready , then  its very easy to make . You have to eat it immediately other wise the moisture in the chutneys and curd will make the puri soggy .

INGREDIENTS:

12 puris
1/2 cup boiled , peeled and chopped potatoes
1/2  cup Sweet chutney ( meethi emili chutney  )
1/2 cup  mint and coriander chutney
1/2 cup  boiled dried white peas 
1 tsp red chilli powder
1 tsp chaat masala 
1 tsp roasted cumin powder
1/2 cup thick curd
1 tsp sugar
5 -6 sev
coriander leaves for garnishing
salt

METHOD: 

1.Beat the curd and add salt and sugar , keep it in refrigerator.


2. In  a bowl add salt , 1/2 tsp red chilli powder, 1/2 tsp chaat masala , 1/2 cumin powder with potatoes and white peas ( ragda).


Recipe of Mutton seekh kebabs

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Mutton seekh kebabs are juicy , delicious made with any mince meat you like , but again seekhs are best when made with beef mince meat. Mutton mince mixed with onions and spices to form this lip smacking mutton seekh kebabs, are served with mint and coriander chutney and raw sliced onions, in fact now days chicken seekh kebabs are also being served but the amount of taste that exceeds from mutton seekh kebabs are just awesome which chicken fails to do so, when you have chicken seekhs they are dry whereas mutton seekhs are moist and juicy , but that doesn't mean you cannot have chicken seekh kebabs , its just your preferences what you like , I prefer mutton seekh kebabs over chicken anytime, ...here is my lamb mince seekh kebabs recipe , delicious , tasty , lip smacking, yummy, extra ordinary and so on and on .....














INGREDIENTS: 

250 gms lamb mince
( with fats)
1 onion chopped
4- 5 green chillies
2 tsp Red chilli powder
Few mint leaves
1 tsp Roasted Cumin powder
1 tsp garam masala…

Recipe of Kebab Burgers

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Burgers are always an attraction for kids as well as for elders and youth. Every time one cannot have outside for sum or the other reason ,so if you really hungry and your hunger is for burgers like me, then you are on the right blog , here is the way how to make your burger more delicious and more tastier with mutton mince kebabs ( you can repace it with chicken pattice or veg patty ) . I was craving for burgers but due to Ramadan ( The holy month where Muslims fast for 30 days) not able to have them outside at burger joints so thought of making some kebab burgers in my kitchen, I have used shaami kebabs because have always had chicken burger but never tried with mutton pattice , this recipe is my Innovation -burger with a fusion , hope you enjoy this recipe of mutton burger with Desi tadka.





INGREDIENTS:
Mutton pattice ( shaami kebabs)
( or chicken / veg  pattice )
Burger  buns 2
1 tomato 
1 onion
4 tbsp mint and coriander chutney
( refer )
2 tbsp mayonnaise
2 slice of cheese
1 t…

Shammi kebbab Recipe

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Shaami kebabs are popular cuisine served all over India specially served as an appetizer during festive season of Eid, teamed with mint and coriander chutney. Shaami kebabs are best when made with beef , but I prefer lamb mince, its combined with spices and chick peas with egg to hold it together.






 Shaami kebabs are a popular snack all over India, they often garnished with lemon wedges and raw onions, this is a classic cuisine which over the time never changed in fact I a having it since I was a kid , the only thing changed in shaami kebabs is before a piece of boiled egg use to be place in between kebabs and was covered with the mince blended mixture, rolled into beaten eggs and then fried, where as now shaami kebabs are made into flat patty without boiled egg and shallow fried with eggs in the kebabs mixture it self. Its a must try recipe ......






INGREDIENTS:
250 gms lamb mince ( keema )
2tbsp ginger garlic paste
1/2 cup split Bengal gram 
Few chopped mint leaves
1 onions finely cho…