Kache keema kebabs | minced mutton kebabs

Kache keeme ke kebabs are basically mutton minced and mixed together with  few spices and is deep fried .Minced mutton ( keema ) gets cooked while deep frying it where as the spices added before frying gives that much needed taste and authentic flavor . Keema kebabs are teamed with mint coriander chutney , its quick and easy but to bind the kebabs, is really a big challenge for some people. Its a traditional south Asian meat dish called  keema which is served in different forms and .Kache keeme ke kebabs are one of them, Do try it , I am sure my recipe would do the binding trick .....

INGREDIENTS:
250 gms boneless lamb minced
( mutton keema )
4 tbsp gram flour ( besan )
2 tbsp ginger garlic paste
2 -3 tbsp coriander leaves
1 tbsp mint leaves
1 onion finely chopped
1 tsp garam masala powder
1 tsp cumin powder
3 - 4 green chillies finely chopped
3  tbsp coriander seeds
salt
oil



METHOD:
  1. Wash the mince ( keema ) and squeeze it slowly with your hand so that the excess water is drained out.
  2. Roast coriander seeds and crush it .
  3. Now in a large bowl place keema  , add salt , crushed coriander seeds , onions , gram flour , ginger garlic paste , coriander leaves, green chillies, garam masala powder, cumin powder and mint leaves.
  4. Mix everything well , pre heat oil in kadhai and slow down the flame, lightly take a small portion of  keema mixture and make  into a medium size kebabs with the help of your palm and fingers.
  5. The shape should not be exact round , a bit elongated, in fact when you start making keema into kebabs , you will see you finger prints on keema , that's the time fry it into slow flame until its completely done from inside and outside , both sides.
  6. Serve with green chutney.


NOTE;
It will take time to cook on low flame so do not rush and remove them as they might remain uncooked from inside.
The shape isn't a problem , you can shape up as per your choice.
Do not press too much with palm and fingers, when making kebabs.



                                                 PREPARATION TIME : 40 Minutes.
                                                                            Serves: 4 - 5 Persons

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