Ramzan is marked by food preparation and the consumption of delectable snacks. As a result, many of us experiment with new chicken, mutton, and keema dishes to make our Ramzan Iftar unique. Rather than purchasing these delectable snacks from street vendors, let us create them at home for our family!
Yes, you read that correctly. Following is our minced chicken kebab recipe, a delectable Chapli Kebab that will make a perfect addition to your Iftar spread. So, what are you waiting for? Make this year’s Ramzan extra special by serving the Kebab to your family.
Origin of Chapli Kebab
When it comes to the origins of the chapli kebabs recipe, literature claims that it originated in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa area. Chapli Kebab is a Pukhtun speciality that was once called Peshawari Kebab, after the Peshawar province. The word chapli comes from the Pashto word chaprikh, which means “to flatten.” The kebabs are minced chicken or meat cutlets that have been flattened and seasoned with authentic spices and vegetables. The minced chicken kebab recipe travelled from Pakistan to Afghanistan and India.
Best Keema for Minced Chapli Kebab Recipe
The nicest aspect about using keema for Chapli Kebab is that it is easy to make and flatten into kebabs, but getting good keema is always a difficulty. That is no longer the case! Licious provides high-quality Chicken Keema and Mutton Keema, so you can cook simple Chapli Kebab at home using our authentic recipe.
Our Mutton Keema is made using cut & cleaned boneless leg pieces. The keema is tender and fine-grained. As for our Chicken Keema, it is made using cut & cleaned boneless breast meat. All our meats & seafood are always fresh, never frozen and go through 150+ safety & quality checks before being delivered to your home. Your orders are vacuum packed and temperature controlled to maintain freshness.
Minced Chicken Kebab Recipe
Chapli Kebab is, without a doubt, one of India’s top keema street dishes, eaten with mint green chutney, onions, and lemon. The kebabs are made using either chicken or mutton keema, which is combined with authentic Indian spices, tomatoes, green chillies, and other veggies before being flattened into kebabs. They’re then shallow fried in oil for a delicious crunch and flavour. Though the chapli kebabs recipe appears difficult, the authentic chapli kebab recipe described below may easily be created at home.