Chickpeas Kabab is a healthy and protein-rich recipe which you prepare within 30 minutes. My kids did not like pulses but I make sure that they get all protein and minerals. So, I prepared these Kababs by grinding chickpeas into a paste and by adding little spices. Chickpeas are also known as Kabuli Chana, garbanzo beans. These kababs are perfect evening snack with a cup of tea/coffee.
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Chickpeas – 2 tins400 grams
Chopped onion -1
Ginger- ½ inch
Red chilli powder-1tsp
Garam masala – 1/2tsp
Kasturi Methi- 1tsp
Bread crumbs – 1/2cup
Coriander leaves a handful
Curry leaves a few
Salt to taste
Oil- 3tbsp for shallow frying
Drain the water from the chickpeas and rise well in the cold water and keep aside to drain the water.
Take a blender, add chickpeas, chopped onions, garlic pods, ginger, green chillies and grind into a coarse paste by adding only 1-2 tbsp of water only. Don’t add too much water.
Transfer the grounded paste into a bowl, add chilli powder, garam masala, curry leaves, coriander leaves, black pepper, chaat masala, cumin seeds, salt and mix well.
Then add 2tbsp of gram flour and combine well and keep aside for 5mintues.
After 5 minutes roll them into a bullet shape and keep aside.
In a plate take 1/2cup of bread crumbs. Roll the shaped kababs one by one in the bread crumbs and keep aside for shallow frying.
In the meanwhile, heat a tawa with 1or 2tsp of oil on the medium-low flame.
Shallow fry 4 or 5 Kababs at a time until they turn into golden brown colour or until they are cooked.
Repeat the process with the remaining kababs.
Transfer the cooked chickpeas kababs into a serving plate and enjoy with favourite sauce or chutney.
While grinding the chickpeas don’t add too much water use only 1or 2 tbsp.