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IntroductionSteamed chicken kebabs are very famous in and around Kerala. People will die to have this unique and tasty dish. This dish will drive you crazy and take you to a spicy and delicious world. This is very easy to prepare and takes very less time to complete.
It is guaranteed that every age group will love to have this tasty dish made at your home itself. If required you can make some small changes in this preparation by introducing capsicum and other vegetables so as to add more taste. It depends on the taste of people. Try this dish and see the magic of it.
Ingredients 1) Minced chicken - 500 gm
2) Clove - 5
3) Red chilly - 2 to 3
4) Pepper corn - 10
5) Cardamom (large variety)- 1
6) Salt - to taste
7) Fat - 30 gm
How to prepareFirst make sure all the ingredients are available for you in front and set yourself to start the dish. Now grind the chicken, spices, and salt all together. Take small amount of meat and roll them into a sausage fashion. Finer the meat the more will be it's taste. Lay them gently side by side in a wide shallow pan. Put it in a slow fire and cover the pan with a lid for few minutes.
When it is completed pour melted fat over the kababs carefully and fry it until they become nice brown in colour. Make sure the chicken is fully fried up to its inner part and check whether the spices are properly added according to your taste. When it is all done carefully place it onto a large plate and decorate it by placing tomatoes, onions and coriander leaves by it's side. Now it is all set and your steamed chicken kebab can be served hot.
History behind Kebab 'Sevan Nisanyan' was a Turkish etymologist who explained that the word kebab came from a Persian word "kabap" which means "fry". The word is also believed to come from an Akkadian language "kababu" which means " frying or burning ". Kebab was considered to be a food years before during 1377 in a Turkish script. Soldiers or Persia were the first to make kebab using their sword while they set them for fight. 'Kebab' was considered as a luxurious dish and was mainly prepared in royal families.