Saturday 17 May 2008

Lamb Seekh Kebab Recipe

How to cook a Lamb Seekh Kebab Recipe

This lamb kebab recipe is so very tasty that it is eaten very often in our kitchen, you too will want to eat this seekh kebab more and more once you have cooked it.

The aromatic flavour of the spices and kalonji seeds in this seekh kebab are amazing. Chef use some Ghormeh Sabzi herb mixture instead of coriander which gives these lamb kebabs a fantastic taste and aroma, coriander also works a treat with this lamb seekh kebab.

This kebab recipe is not marinated so it is quick and easy meal that tastes a real treat.

Ingredients for Lamb Seekh Kebab Recipe

Pack Lean Mince Lamb
2 Small Onions (finely diced small)
1 tsp Garam Masala
1 tsp Turmeric
1 tsp Coriander
1 tsp Cumin
1/2 tsp Kalonji Seeds
1 tsp Chilli Sauce or 1/2 tsp Chilli Powder
Pinch Black Pepper
3/4 tsp Salt
Large Pinch Ghormeh Sabzi

note...Instead of the ghormeh sabzi you can use dried coriander leaves or fresh chopped coriander leaves.

Picture of Ghormeh Sabzi

Tomato with cucumber and lettuce leaves served with lamb seekh kebab recipe

How to make a Lamb Seekh Kebab

Place garam masala, turmeric, cumin, coriander, kalonji seeds, ghormeh sabzi, salt and pepper into a bowl with the onions.

Mix together well.

Add the lamb mince and chilli sauce.

Use your hands to thoroughly mix all the ingredients together.

On an oven tray place the lamb seekh kebab mixture onto four metal skewers and shape into long sausages.

You can drizzle with a little oil here if desired.

Place tin foil over the top of the tray.

Place lamb kebabs into a hot oven at 180C for 20-30 minutes or until golden and cooked through.

The lamb seekh kebab recipe is now ready to serve.

Serve this lamb seekh kebab recipe with salad, rice, pita bread or naan bread.

You can eat this with chilli sauce, yogurt sauce or sauce and salad of your choice.


Unknown said...

Hi Jeena, I have visited this site for first time and found it really intresting. I loved the way u described the minor details with photographs! I would like to know whther these recipes can be done in microwave? If yes, then may I know where I can get the utensils which can be used in microwave for making all these recipes. e.g. the trays,skewers etc. I am located in India and would like to try your recipes.

Anonymous said...

Hi Jeena,
Made these tonight, they were delicious, even my youngest two enjoyed them. Its great for me to visit your site and get ideas instead of being in a rut when it comes to mealtimes. Thank You

Chef Jeena said...

Hi Karina, I am glad you and your family enjoyed these kebabs.

Please do keep visiting as I update with new recipes almost daily.

Thank you for the great feedback on my recipes.

Jeena. :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Jenna,
I have made this twice already in the past month (I hardly cook). This recipe is really great. One of the great thing is most of the fat from the lamb gets released as I lie them on a shallow baking dish and it still tastes great. I have tried one more of your recipe which was really good as well and will be trying more for sure.


Anonymous said...

Hi Jeena - Thanks for the great recipe. Where do you buy your lamb?

Anonymous said...

Hi Jeena,

This is my first time visiting your site & I tried this recipe...turned out delicious! But I simply pan-fried them as I dont have my skewers with me - still turned out great.
Thanks for your sure to be coming back for more recipes :-)

Chef Jeena said...

Hi there,

I'm glad you loved this lamb kebab recipe.

Do keep logging on as I update with new recipes almost daily.

Thanks, Jeena.

Anonymous said...

Hi Jeena, yr sheekh kabab recipe is very easy but can u tell me if I do not use oven or micro how to make it in frying pan on the gas stove.