Veggie Kebabs: Delicious Vegetarian Kebab Recipe

Vegetarian Kebab recipe

Every time we keep on hearing of the luscious and exotic tastes of kebabs. Are you amongst those, who are always discouraged to taste one of these magnificent delicacies, just because they demand the presence of meat? Then here are some delicious rescue recipes for you. Some of them have been bookmarked, owned, customized, versioned and even patented by my mom, who had been a hard core vegetarian since the time she was just seven years old. To her displeasure, I couldn't inherit this treasure of hers of being a life long lacto-vegetarian. But, certainly I could not resist myself in taking some irresistible picks from the treasure of those amazing veggie kebabs, she would make to savor her part of ecstasy and enjoyment in food.

So, let us cut the crap out and delve into these quick and easy to cook exotics. Here goes a few of my all time favorites and their recipes. Read, try, savor and enjoy!

Tulsi Paneer Kebab
Tulsi Paneer Kebab

1) Tulsi Paneer Recipe (Cheese Kebabs with basil)

What you need:

- 200 grams large cubed paneer ( A fresh cheese common that is an unaged, acid-set, non-melting farmer cheese made by curdling heated milk with lemon juice or other food acid.)

- 50 grams cheese (grated)

- 25 grams cheddar cheese (grated)

- 25 grams hung curd (yogurt)

- 10 grams cashew nut paste

- 10 grams cream

- 10 ml sesame oil

- 5 grams green chili paste

- 3 grams white pepper

- Paste of 25 basil leaves (tulsi).


How to make:

- Thoroughly mix cheese, green chili and basil paste in a bowl.

- Slit all the cubed paneer half way and stuff the paste into it.

- In another bowl, mix green chili paste, cashew nut paste, hung curd, cream, white pepper, salt and sesame oil.

- Coat the paneer cubes with this marinade and heat in oven for eight minutes at 180 degree Celsius.

- Salt to taste

Cheese Corn Tikki
Cheese Corn Tikki

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2) Cheese Corn Tikki Recipe

What you need:

- 100 grams American corn

- 50 grams paneer (grated)

- 25 grams cheddar cheese (grated)

- 5 grams corn flour

- 3 grams cumin powder

- 3 grams cardamom powder

- 3 grams coriander leaves

- 2 grams green chili (finely chopped)

- Salt to taste

How to make

- Blanch the American corn, squeeze to remove excess water.

- Mince the corn roughly in blender.

- Take a bowl and mix the lightly minced corn with cheese, paneer, cumin powder, garam masala, cardamom powder, salt, green chilies and corn flour.

- Divide mixture into small balls and pat them into coin shaped lumps also known as "tikkis".

- Shallow fry till they turn light brown and serve with mint chutney.

Noorani Seekh Kebab
Noorani Seekh Kebab

3) Noorani Seekh Kebab Recipe

What you need:

- 50 grams carrot

- 40 grams French beans

- 15 grams paneer (grated)

- 5 grams green chili (finely chopped)

- 5 potatoes

- 3 grams cauliflower

- 2 grams garam masala (Hot Indian spices powder)

- 3 grams coriander leaves

- 3 grams turmeric powder

- 2 grams fried garlic.

- Salt to taste

How to make:

- Blanche the French beans, carrots, cauliflower and potatoes.

- Squeeze the excess water from them and blend till smooth.

- Mix with grated paneer, green chilies, fried garlic, salt, garam masala, cumin powder, turmeric and coriander.

- Shape the mixture like a seekh (as shown in the image) and heat in an oven for eight minutes at 180 degrees Celsius.

- Serve with a wedge of lemon and sliced onions.

Kumbh Nawabi
Kumbh Nawabi

4) Khumb Nawabi Kebab Recipe

What you need:

- 200 gm mushroom

- 25 gm cheese (grated)

- 25 gm hung curd (yogurt)

- 10 gm onion (finely chopped)

- 10 ml sesame oil

- 10 ml mustard oil

- 10 gm cream

- 5 gm garlic

- 5 gm green chili paste

- 5 gm mint

- 5 gm chickpea flour

- 2 gm cumin seeds

- 2 green chilies

- 2 gm garam masala

- Salt to taste

How to make

- Scoop out mushroom stem with the help of a scooper.

- Finely chop stem and temper with freshly chopped mint, onion, garlic, green chili and cumin seed.

- Mix in cheese and stuff the mixture into the hollow of the mushroom cap.

- In a bowl, mix green chili paste, hung curd (yogurt), cream, salt, mint, dry mint leaves, garam masala, sesame oil, mustard oil and chick pea flour slowly to avoid lumps.

- Coat the mushroom with this marinade and cook in oven for 8 to 10 minutes at 180 degrees Celsius.

- Serve hot with salsa, chutney or any other sauce of choice.

I hope you enjoy the aroma and flavor of the above mentioned recipes. They might be a bit spicy, but you can always choose to reduce the quantity of spices according to your taste buds. Just writing this post has made me hungry, and now I am off to make some vegetarian kebabs for myself. Enjoy and Chao (chop chop!!)

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cashmere 6 years ago from India

These sound great! need to print out and try them.

Thanks for your comment on my blog!


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calicoaster 6 years ago Author

Thanks cashmere!! :)


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englightenedsoul 6 years ago

Excellent hub Cali. I really liked your presentation style. I am going to print this one out and ask my mom to try it(I am a bad cook;)..Thanks for sharing!!Rated up!!


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calicoaster 6 years ago Author

Hey! thank you so much enlightenedsoul, for stopping by and reading these recipes. I really love them all, my favorite being the 'Kumbh Nawabi' :D


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Om Paramapoonya 6 years ago

YUM! They all sound delish as well as healthy. Thumbs up :)


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Om Paramapoonya 6 years ago

YUM! They all sound delish as well as healthy. Thumbs up :)


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calicoaster 6 years ago Author

Thanks Om Paramapoonya! Let me know which one you liked the most!! :)


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My Cook Book 3 years ago from India

Yummy! I like the hub, delicious one. Good work, thanks for the share :)


kunal.patra1123@gmail.com 2 years ago

This was awesame .its help to improv my knowles about food

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