Whenever you think of kabab you think of delicious food with smoky smell to be enjoyed with a bunch of people on a lazy evening. For me it reminds me of narrow alleys in Hyderabad where kababs are roasted over coal and enjoyed during Ramzan. Kabab or Kabob were originated in the Middle east and are originally made with meat. I was delighted when I found this vegetarian version which is packed with protein and very easy to make. It is a great addition to kids lunchbox as it feeds them with the goodness of spinach and other vegetables.
- Potatoes(boiled)--4(medium size)
- Spinach -3 cups
- Garbanzo beans or Chole boiled--2 cups
- Bread crumbs--1 cup
- Corn Flour--2 Tbsp
- Ginger Garlic paste--1 Tbsp
- Chat masala-1/4 tsp
- Garam masala--1/4 tsp
- Amchur powder(dry mango powder)--1 Tbsp
- Green Chillies chopped fine
- Salt to taste
- Oil for frying
Cut the Spinach roughly and blanch them (put them in boiling water and take them out in about 2-3 minutes)drain them and keep aside. Mash the potatoes and the boiled garbanzo beans and mix it all together with spinach. Add Ginger garlic paste,Bread crumbs,Corn Flour,Chat masala,Amchur powder,Garam masala and salt to taste. Add chillies and shape them with your hands gently. Shallow fry in oil on a low flame. Serve with chutney or ketchup.Enjoy!