To prepare this yummy Chick~n Seekh Biryani recipe, you can order our Plant-Based Chick-n Seekh Kebab. Perfect for hungry, restricted meat-lovers who daydream about delicious kebabs all day, our plant-based Chick~n Seekh Kebab is the UltiMeat Cheat!
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We present the oh-so-delicious and amazing plant-based, vegetarian Mutt~N Seekh Kebab.
Protein-packed with flavour and spices, this meaty treat cooks, smells and feels just like the chicken seekh kebabs you savour every other day.
We, at Licious, have curated an easy-to-follow seekh kebab recipe that you can prepare in the comfort of your home. You do not have to step out in the heat or find the perfect kebab shop anymore.
To cook this simple & delicious Mutton Seekh Kebab recipe, start by ordering the freshest mutton from Licious!
To cook this simple & delicious Lamb Seekh Kebab recipe, start by ordering the freshest mutton from Licious!
Plant-based meat is a specific type of food product used to mimic or imitate animal meat products. These products could be vegetarian or vegan. Earlier, products like tofu and seitan were used to replace animal meat, however, they were hard to come by.
Rolls have become one of the tastiest and most preferred street foods in India. Their popularity has made them available in many forms that include chicken, mutton, paneer, egg, and vegetable.
India is a land offering a wide array of delicious street foods. Each has its unique flavours due to the use of different spices and preparation methods. They are perfect to satiate your hunger and fulfil your cravings for something spicy and tasty.
While eating salads may sound boring, there are many ways to make this super healthy dish interesting. You can add your choice of protein cooked healthily.
This Chick~Seekh Quesadilla is super easy to make for a quick snack on the go or a light lunch or dinner. It’s made with our delicious vegetarian Chick~N Sheekh Kebabs that are packed with flavour.
If you like kebabs, you’ve probably heard of Peshawari kebab – a popular dish thought to have originated in Peshawar (now in Pakistan). Peshawari kebabs, a treasure from true Pashtun cuisine, are cooked with minced mutton and are recognised for their chewy texture compared to their Awadhi counterparts.