Its party time and time for the first IIP of the year. International Incident Parties are hosted by the lovely Penny. I've enjoyed being a part of it from the very first party, it does help to stretch my culinary creativity and check out the fabulous creations across the globe. I've always attempted to make healthy versions of the challenges put forth, keeping in mind the theme of this blog.
So this month's theme being Hot Dog, how does one make a healthy version of a supposedly junk food?
pepper and salt
1cup chopped spinach
4 cloves of garlic
1/2tsp garam masala
salt to taste
Wholemeal hotdog bun
- Cut the chicken breast and marinate.
- Puree the spinach and add the marinated chicken breast, grind to a paste.
- Add chopped garlic, garam masala, freshly ground pepper and salt to taste. Mix well.
- The spinach tends to make the mixture a little soft, so roll in bread crumbs or even mix in bread crumbs till you get the mixture firm.
- Mould it around skewers and brush olive oil over it. Grill for 10 minutes. Turn the kebabs over and grill for another 2 minutes.
- Your green kebab is ready!
- Grate the carrot and cabbage, mix with mayo.
- Slit the hotdog bun, slap some coleslaw into it and place your kebab in.
- Decorate with mustard sauce and ketchup.
What do you think?
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This looks really yummy. don't think I could get my son to eat it (or anything else that resembles a hot dog for that matter), but I'd certainly enjoy that!ReplyDelete
For sure very delicious xReplyDelete
So nutritious. I'd eat it, definitely. :DReplyDelete
Oh my, these green kebabs rock! I simply have no qualms or guilt eating these healthy hot dogs!ReplyDelete
That looks like a hot dog Popeye would be proud off! It must taste really good.. I love spinach!ReplyDelete
wow your hotdog looks amazing great job :-)ReplyDelete
Oh wow, have never ever thought of making the hot dog by using the green! You're super cool! Thanks for sharing it. This is really healthy. Hope you're having a fantastic day.ReplyDelete
You made the healthy chicken version and me the opposite. But I will definitely eat this healthy version too.ReplyDelete
Am awesome solution to the problem of making something healthy out of a traditionally unhealthy dish - well done!ReplyDelete
Wow, you definitely turned it healthy! It sounds amazing!ReplyDelete
I love this healthy take on a hot dog - and they are such a great colour too! YUM! I'll take two!ReplyDelete
Shirley your take on this month's IIP is so great! How unique and creative, I'd love to try it because it really looks delicious. Unfortunately I missed this months event, but so content to see all of the great creations around the globe:)ReplyDelete
This is a wonderful take on the wiener! I'd love this version for sure. My son likes spinach also! Will definitely give this a try!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing!
What do I think? I think this is marvelous! I love that you made your own 'sausage' and such a healthy one at that. Thank you for a guilt-free hot dog! 8-)ReplyDelete
Oh I bet they are so tasty and much better than your usual hot dog, not being filled with a mystery bag! I'd love to try one of these.ReplyDelete
Shirley, chicken and spinach...what a nice and tasty kabobs...love the idea of all in one :-) yummie!ReplyDelete
Love the color! ;) This is a neat idea. I'm going to have to try something along these lines. I do so miss hotdogs...I don't miss the insane amounts of salt in them.ReplyDelete
These look terrific with spinach, wonderful color, and great flavors!ReplyDelete
Certainly a step up from mystery meat . . .ReplyDelete
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Shirley, your green kebabs look interesting!ReplyDelete
Love the green kebab - they look so healthy!ReplyDelete
Hi Shirley, Thank you for participating in this months YBR! I loved your take on this month's IIP :)ReplyDelete
What a great idea! And you know exactly what's going into it, so it has to be better than store bought hot dogs ;) Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
Hi Shirley, I came over from YBR...This is such a creative and delightful recipe, love it :)ReplyDelete
Congratulations Shirley on your win!ReplyDelete