Seekh Moong Kabab
Written by Jayashree
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Kabab or kebab have been very popular these days. Though originated in Middle eastern Asia, they have now become popular world wide. It is usually pieces of meat or vegetables  binded together on  a skewer and grilled or roasted. But today, I find that they can be put on a skewer or made into flat round balls and  served.These make excellent starters and today I find them to be a guilt free food for us. Here is one healthy, Seekh Moong Kebab for you.

When the theme of our blog hop was decided as “biryani and kebab” I really tried, searched and made my own versions by making a few changes. But, on the final day, I did post only one recipe and that was of Brown rice Biryani.

Seekh moong kabab is healthy and tasty, something different from the usual routine. I have served it with tzatziki dip. You can also use mint chutney.

Ingredients :

  • Split moong 1 cup
  • potatoes boiled 2
  • boiled peas 1cup
  • onion finely chopped 1
  • bread crumbs 1bowl
  • chilli powder 1 1/2 tsp
  • amchur powder 1/2 tsp
  • chat masala 1/2 tsp
  • salt
  • corn flour with water
  • oil
seekh moong kebabs

seekh moong kebabs

Method :

Boil the moong with one cup of water. Let all the water evaporate. You can mash it with the back of the ladle. Let it cool. Add the potatoes, onion , peas and all the other spice powders to it.

Make balls of it, flatten it between palms and keep aside.

Mix cornflour and water to a paste.

Heat a skillet. I prefer using  Nirlep appliances, they last for a long time. You can check them.Take a patty dip it in the paste and put it on the skillet. Put some oil on it.  Allow to cook on both sides until golden brown in colour.

Seekh moong  kabab is ready to serve.

I love Nirlep appliances. They are one of the renowed manufacturers of non stick cookwares. They are of good quality and last for many years.

seekh moong kebabs

seekh moong kebabs

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35 Comments
    • jayashree

      Thankyou dear Vani

      Reply
  1. Piyali

    The Moong dal kebabs look delicious Jaya. I have bookmarked the recipe and am going to make them one of these days. Will let you know once I make them. Thanks for the lovely recipe dear.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Piyali thanks to you too. You make my day with your lovely comments !

      Reply
  2. kushi

    love this healthy and yummy kabab dear

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou so much dear Kushi

      Reply
  3. Gauri

    These look great 🙂 I had made similar ones adding veggies too. Loving these

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Now, I need to try that with veggies Gauri, many thanks

      Reply
  4. Anu Nagaraja

    lovely one Jaya looks soo inviting and perfect!

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Anu

      Reply
  5. Rafeeda - The Big Sweet Tooth

    The moong dal kebabs sounds like a nice dish to try for a light dinner or even a good snack for tea time… so well made, and also nothing that doesn’t go well with a yogurt dip!

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou Rafeeda, the yoghurt dip pairs well with it.

      Reply
  6. Vidya Narayan

    These are delicious and a healthy way to include lentils and veggies in the form of a quick snack. I make these with masoor dal and paneer too. Great share.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      I need to try with masoor dal now. Thanks for the visit Vidya

      Reply
  7. theyellowdaal

    I am a great fan of moong daal and now I can enjoy this a a kebab. Thanks for sharing, will try this soon?

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Moong is good for health too. Thanks Avin, do try it.

      Reply
  8. Nivedita Thadani

    Basically I am a kabab lover but lazy to make. Lovely Colour. But doesn’t green moong gives that strong flavour?? I must try once. Recipe looks easy. Thank you Jayashree.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      NIvedita, this is made of moong dal, the yellow lentil. Do give a try.

      Reply
  9. simplyvegetarian777

    Loved how you incorporated Mung Dal in the recipe. A must make for sure!!

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thanks Sonal 🙂

      Reply
  10. Lathiya

    This looks totally delicious ? perfect pair with hot chai

    Reply
  11. Nisha Ramesh

    Oh I Love a good kebab. 🙂 Will definitely try these out. 🙂

    Reply
  12. themadscientistskitchen

    Wow this is delicious. I will love to try it out. Thanks for submitting it to cooking on Tawa- Kid’s Delight, Kindly link it to my announce and to Srivalli’s post.

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Thankyou, glad you liked it. Shall do Archana.

      Reply
  13. Ritu Tangri

    My son is a foodie and needs something different everyday. This moong kababis haelthy and seems delicious too.. Going to be my next kababs 🙂

    Reply
  14. Jagruti

    These looks so tempting and easy recipe. Healthy and delicious!

    Reply
  15. Priya Srinivasan

    Perfecto!! All I need is a cup of hot chai and a plate of these yumm kabab!! Love it!!

    Reply
  16. Swati

    Loved the recipe Jaya, I am surely giving it a try , as it is gluten free, I am encouraged to try this. Very healthy and delicious recipe

    Reply
  17. mayurisjikoni

    Interesting recipe of using moong dal to make kebabs. Perfect for snacking or even as starters.

    Reply
  18. Sapana Behl

    Such a nice idea to use moong dal to making kebabs. They look delicious.

    Reply
  19. Priya @priyascurrynation

    actually the idea of making seekh kebabs from the moong is unique… what a lovely share!

    Reply
  20. jyo

    Simple yet stunner recipe ❤

    Reply
    • jayashree

      Welcome to my space. Glad you liked it. Thankyou.

      Reply

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