Hara Bhara Kabab is an appetizer rich in fiber content and Lip smacking. It contains Green Peas -7.5 gms,Potato (peeled)1.5 gms, Spinach 4.5 gms of fiber.The recipe is simple and easy and not very time consuming . Hara Bhara kabab gets its name and green colour from the healthy spinach in it.Its a tasty alternative to those who love kababs but are vegetarian.This appetizer scores high on the list in any menu card at any restaurant or at parties.



Ingredients:-


Potatoes - 1/2 Kg
Green Peas -100 gms.
Spinach -100 gms.
Chopped Green Coriander- 2 tbsps.
Green Chillies - Ginger paste - 2 tbsps
Garam Masala - 1tsp
Chaat Masala -1 tsp.
Cornflour - 2 tbsps.
Oil
Salt to taste


Method:

1. Blanch spinach leaves in two cups of boiling salted water for five minutes. Drain, refresh and squeeze out excess water. Then chop finely.
2. Boil potatoes, green peas each separately in pressure cooker or in microwave . Then Peel the skin and grate boiled potatoes.
3. Mash boiled green peas.
4. Mix grated potatoes, peas and spinach. Add green chilies -ginger paste, chopped green coriander, chaat masala, garam masala and salt. Add cornflour for binding.
5. Divide the mixture into equal portions. Shape them into a small balls and then press it in between your palms to flatten it. These are now called tikkis.
6. Heat oil in a pan. Deep-fry the tikkis in hot oil for 3-4 minutes.
7. Drain on to Paper towel.
8. Serve hot with ketchup /Mint chutney.

Tip :-

You may also shallow fry hara bhara kabab on a tawa. It is recommended that you do not use food colour in this recipe. If you feel you may increase the quantity of spinach leaves to give a dark green colour. In that case add a little more cornflour for binding.




This recipie is going for 2 Events

1)
Eat Healthy - Fiber Rich hosted by Sangeeth

2)AWED-Middle Eastern Cuisine
, an event started by Dhivya of culinary bazaar and this month being hosted by Siri of siri corner.


15 Comments:

  1. Happy cook said...
    Must admit it is really a healthy and delicious treat these hara bharas :-)
    Cham said...
    Never made but heard about it, looks delicious and crunchy Sireecha.
    Asha said...
    They look fab, make great finger food for parties!:)
    Madhavi said...
    Kabab looks great, healthy and delicious too!!!
    Suma Rajesh said...
    woo..this looks cuty cuty patties....i luv spinach and anything made of spinach i luv it..
    Uma said...
    delicious kebabs, Sireesha! nice entry. Hey! you changed your template, looks cool.
    Shubha Ravikoti said...
    Hey Sireesha... The kabab looks good..:D Just made them and paoted it last week in my blog...:d

    Hey dear do check my blog have something there for u...:D
    Sangeeth said...
    kabab looks vry yummy...thanks for the entry
    Indranee Batabyal said...
    Hi Sireesha, this kabab looks mouthwatering! I am a big fan of kababs of all kinds. Thank you for wishing me for the award. I'm fine now and started blogging again after a brief hiatus. Also, visit my bew blog and leave your comments. Wishing you a great weekend!
    sowmya said...
    nice kabas..looks yummy!!
    vandana rajesh said...
    yummy sireesha.
    There's something waiting for you at my blog ..do chk out.
    Hetal said...
    lovely recipe dear...
    ranji said...
    wow..these look awesome...love the combination of flavors used..
    Laavanya said...
    That kababs look so delicious! Perfect with tea.
    Jaya said...
    lovely combination of kababs ..
    very nice .liked your coconut mint chutney also ..
    hugs and smiles
    jaya

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