Dahi Kebab: Special Veg Kabab

Dahi Kebab: Special Veg Kabab


"If you didn't had Kebab,
Then what are you waiting for Janab."


Dahi Kebab


Well Kebab is the turkey-based food & it was firstly introduced in bleak age. It was the when there were no such recipes or methods available for cooking, so they simply used to grill the hunted animals in open fire with the help of stick. Later on, decades by decades, this process got evolved and now we have the thousands of verities in Kebab across the world.


Many of us thinks that as it is Urdu word, so it's likely to be famous in Arabic countries only but that's where statistics comes in. According to stats, about 32.15 % of kebab lovers doesn't belong to Islamic countries.  Now everyone loves to have such foods in their snacks with tea.


Types of Kebabs: -


• Veg Kebab


1. Paneer Kebab

2. Mix Kebab

3. Crispy Potato Kebab 

4. Peens Kebab


But, the most popular are the non-vegan kebab since its origin.


• Non-Veg Kebab

1. Chicken Kebab

2. Mutton Kebab     

3. Prawns Kebab


Nutritional Facts: -


Dahi Kebab is made of Hung Curd (Water drained curd). It contains 57 calories, 9.25g of protein & 3.95g of carbohydrates per 100g serving. Also, it is very good for digestion, immunity & for weight loss. You would be surprised to know that it is excellent source of calcium & contains 106mg per serving 100g serving.

Preparation: -


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  1. Before night of preparation, hang curd in the cotton cloth to make it drain & thus forming Hung Curd (same process is used while making Shri-Khand)
  2. In the morning, takeout prepared hung curd & add half cup of gram flour (Besan)
  3. Further, mix cumin seeds, fine chopped onions, tomato, coriander leaves & green chillies as per taste.
  4. Don't forget to add spices (turmeric powder, chilli powder & salt) in it.
  5. Mix them well & prepare dough. Now, make flat-shaped like patties (Kebab)
  6. Fry it well from both sides for crispy taste outside & smoothness inside.

Dahi Kebab

Tips: Prefer to use fresh curd as it's less sour in taste. 

Still have some queries in preparation method then check it out full recipe on YouTube channel.


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