I have been wanting to try my hand at the muthi kebabs that are often served with a Mixed Grill at Indian restaurants. So I tinkered around with my Garam Masala spice blend and a few other common Indian seasonings and grilled the final result. I managed to get my recipe pretty darn close to the taste I’m so familiar with. This has since become my go-to Indian kebab recipe. I like to serve these with various grilled vegetables, usually including onions, but sometimes with grilled tomatoes or grilled yellow squash. Also pictured are dry griddled Mission Carb Balance whole wheat flour tortillas (3 net carbs per tortilla) for a very similar taste to Indian whole wheat chapatis.
These kebabs can be made with either beef or lamb. And although you can skillet cook or broil them indoors, grilling them over charcoal will achieve a flavor so similar to those done in a tandoori oven that once you’ve done them that way, you’ll not want them any other way. Of that I am certain! I have tried to mold these on skewers before, but I have never had much luck with that. Gravity kicks in and mine drop off the skewer before I can even get the skewer to the grill, so we just do them in little patties instead. :) This recipe is Atkins Induction friendly and is also suitable for Keto, Primal and Paleo.
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24 oz. ground beef or lamb (not too lean, or add some fat)
4 oz. onion, minced fine
2-3 T. cilantro, chopped
1 jalapeno pepper, seeded and chopped fine
½ tsp. ginger root, minced
1 tsp. Garam Masala
¼ tsp. turmeric
¼ tsp. salt
1 small egg, beaten
Dash black pepper and cayenne pepper
DIRECTIONS: I have a food processor, so I throw all the ingredients in and process until all veggies are minced fine and blended well into the smooth meat. Form into 8 equal patties. I actually weigh mine and make them 3 oz. raw mixture for each patty. Prepare charcoal fire and grill over hot coals for about 10 minutes on a side (will vary depending on how hot your fire is and how far the meat is from the coals). I like to serve these kebabs with my Indian Creamed Spinach https://buttoni.wordpress.com/2009/11/16/indian-creamed-spinach/, assorted grilled veggies or my Roasted Shawarma Vegetables https://buttoni.wordpress.com/2012/04/01/roasted-shawarma-vegetables/. Mmmmm. Good Eats!
NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 8 patties, each contains:
15.2 g fat
1.46 g carbs, .29 g fiber, 1.17 g net carbs
22.5 g protein
418 mg sodium