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Zucchini Chicken Kebabs : easy kebab/patties recipe using chicken, zucchini and Indian spices along with few other ingredients. They can be served as appetizer /side or even as stuffing in burger/sandwiches. They freeze well too.
I’ve always been very fond of kebabs and keep thinking of ways to invent newer varieties which is palatable to not only to my Indian roots but also to my global taste buds.
One more happy fact is that the mixture can be pre-made and stored in the freezer for about a month. Hence all you need to do is thaw a night before and make fresh kebabs.
Kebabs in India are traditionally made using meat (chicken/lamb/goat), lentils, lots of spices (hence the spicy flavor) and deep fried (Infact people tend to ask for re-fry if they think it’s not fried to their heart’s content).
They are prepared in family get-together / special occasions or to celebrate any happy occasion.
Every state has their different version and serving ideas from stuffed in Indian Naan/Bread to Rice or eaten as a snack or with drinks. It’s also one of the very popular street food in India.
Now if you are once in 3-6 months kebabs eater, I can understand so much of fried stuff but if you are like me and want to have it frequently, then we have to figure out ways to make it healthier.
Hence “Zucchini Chicken Kebabs” recipe was born, it involves your seasonal green veggie along with lentil and chicken (to make it heart healthy) and few spices which are easily available in most kitchens/pantry along with other everyday ingredients.
Infact, when I first made them, it was hard to believe that something made using such basic/simple ingredients can give such a delicious taste…..they melt in your mouth and taste just AWESOME !
Since this is a milder version (spice and flavor), it can be easily introduced to kids and can also be used in burgers.
Medium Pot – For Frying the croquette.
Food Processor – For making bread crumbs
Large Bowl – For mixing the ingredients together.
Large Plate – For placing uncooked kebabs
Ice-Cream Scoop – For measuring kebabs OPTIONAL)
Paper Napkin/Towel – To soak any excess oil from the cooked kebabs
Tried Our Recipe – AWESOME!!!
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