Saturday, August 29, 2009

DIET KEBABS


I think at least once you must have tried this very tasty food called kebabs. I am great fan of kebabs for its smoky taste. A few days back I am expressing to a friend of mine, that how I resist my carving for kebabs for health hazard. Listening my sad story he emailed me his healthy version of kebabs ( which I thought was absolutely impossible) but when I prepared his version of diet kebabs it turned out awesome.
Try this diet kebabs in the weekend and surprise your friend and family.
(My friend told that this is good for diabetic patients also but please consult your doctor or dietician before having it.)

INGREDIENTS:

Boneless chicken cube 250grm
Onion paste 2 tsp
Garlic paste 1tsp
Ginger paste ½ tsp
Green chilly paste 1tsp or according to taste
Yoghurt ( fat free) 4tbsp
Cinnamon powder ½ tsp
Cardamom powder ½ tsp
Lemon juice 1tbsp
Diet butter 1tsp
Oil 2tbsp
Salt and pepper according to taste
For the dip:
Boiled tomatoes 2 (de skinned)
Ginger garlic slice 1tsp
Honey 2tsp
Sesame oil 1tsp
Salt and Paprika powder according to taste


PROCEDURE:
Marinate the chicken with onion ,ginger garlic and green chilly paste, yoghurt, salt for 1hr. Put on the flame place a pan on it give oil then give the marinated chicken on it . Stir and cook in slow fire for some time till the chicken is well cooked you can cover with a lid if necessary.
After that put off the flame then let cool down a little bit then mix ½ tsp of butter ,black pepper and the cardamom and cinnamon powder . Put the chicken cube in the skewers then brush rest of the butter in the chicken cube and then oven roast the chicken for 3 to 4 min .
For the dip take all the dip ingredients mentioned above and then put them in a blender and blend it for 1 minute and your yummy tasty dip is ready to relish with diet kebabs.

WISH YOU A HAPPY WEEK END.

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1 comment:

5 Star Foodie said...

The kebabs look delicious, I like this healthy version, the marinade sounds great!