A dish that is known all over the world is seekh kebab. This spicy, delicious dish is favorite among all meat eaters. If you’re looking for a halal restaurant in Bangkok, “Grilled Town” is the ideal destination for you to sample mouthwatering kebabs and other dishes. Additionally suitable for Ramadan and Eid celebrations these halal delicacies.
The Seekh Kebab’s origins:
Seekh Kebab derived from the Turkish word “Shish,” which meaning “sword” or “skewer,” is where the name “Seekh” first appeared. The meat was grilled on the swords of the Turkish troops throughout the Middle Ages over an open field fire. Vegetables are not used in kebabs in Turkey. Typically, the vegetables are grilled separately on skewers. This well-known meat dish from the Pakistan Subcontinent is created using seasoned ground or minced meat that is shaped into cylindrical shapes on skewers and grilled over a barbeque or in a tandoor.
Chicken Seekh Kebab Recipe
- Ginger garlic paste
- Onion Fried
- Coriander seeds (roasted and crushed)
- Red chili (crushed)
- Whole spice powder
- Cumin seeds (roasted and crushed)
- Turmeric powder
- Chicken powder
- Coriander (chopped)
- Cheddar cheese (Grated)
Take a grinder and add chicken cubes, ginger garlic paste, onion, salt , coriander seeds, red chili, whole spice powder, cumin seeds, turmeric powder, chickpeas powder and green coriander.
Grind them well, until combined then put out into bowl and add cheddar cheese, mix it very well. Keep it in refrigerator for 30 minutes.
Take oil in your hands and rub it and now take a little mixture of chicken. Shape the chicken mixture into long tubes around the skewers which is known as “seekh”.
Now, we will take a pan add oil and put the seekh into pan, fry until well cooked in low flame from both sides or you can grill it over a drip tray while grilling and also you can cook this seekh kebab in oven.
Your chicken Seekh kebab is ready, you can serve this with tomato ketchup or BBQ tamarind dip.