Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Chicken Corn Kebabs

Chicken kebabs have been on my list for a while. I did prepare them a couple of times, but I liked this version the best and it was certainly kid certified!
Though most recipes for kebabs require chicken mince, I prefer buying chicken breast and mincing at home. I've also kept the spices low, though a classic Indian kebab would be loaded with spices. You can throw in the garam masala and chilli powder if you like it hot. The mint dipping sauce or pudina chutney is another Indian favourite and spicy enough. A good combination on a rainy day. Can be included as part of school lunch.
The winner of the Childrens day giveaway is Kelly Parr. Stay tuned for more giveaways.

Serves 16 kebabs
1/2 chicken breast
ginger-garlic paste
lemon juice
3/4cup corn
salt and pepper
lemon juice
bread crumbs

  • Cut chicken breast into pieces and marinate with ginger-garlic paste, salt and lemon juice for at least an hour.
  • Grind the corn in the mixer, then add the marinated chicken and pulse.
  • Check the chicken-corn mixture for salt, add freshly ground pepper and a dash of lemon juice.
  • Roll into 16 balls and coat with bread crumbs.
  • Grill for 15 minutes.
  • Serve hot with Mint chutney.
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  2. My congratulations go to Kelly Parr.
    It sounds like you have posted here the right chicken corn kebabs for me ♥

  3. Mint chutney? I've not tried this but think I'll like it. The kebabs looks good. I'm sure it'll go well with both kids & adults.

    Thanks again for supporting Luxury Indulgence! I'll be dropping by more often now that I can follow u & hope u'll do the same :)

  4. Ooo I love these! I bet they taste so great with the refreshing mint chutney!

  5. Kebabs look perfect. Love the dip too!

  6. Those look wonderful. I totally wasn't expecting the little balls. Great idea.

  7. i would love to try this ,also,sounds flavorful ,mint dipping sauce i think is fantastic in this combination!

  8. Beautiful kebabs. They look like little balls. I'm sure all kids will love it....me too :P Love the dipping sauce...look so healthy. Lovely to know you are starting naturopathy for your children. It's a better way.

  9. Wow, mouthwatering kebabs, Shirley!

  10. Congratulations for making it to the best 30 recipes of 2010. I've already commented, yet can't resist saying it once again the perfect appetizer both for kids and adults!

  11. Fab dish, it's on my shortlist for a feature. Cheers from Carole's Chatter!



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