Kathi Kebab Roll
Published : 04 May 2017, 18:45
Kathi Kebab Roll is a North Indian recipe made using mutton, onions, green chillies and coriander leaves rolled into paranthas. On days you do not want to prepare an elaborate meal, this delectable dish can be a saviour.
Rolls are quite popular across India and they are often a favourite evening snack. Egg Roll, Chicken Roll, Mutton Roll, Paneer Roll, Potato Roll and even Fish Roll are among its many variations.
This easy roll recipe is made using mutton and has the unforgettable aroma of Indian spices that taste amazing in this mutton mishmash that makes the filling for this roll. You can also utilize your leftover parathas and chapatis in making this recipe. If you do not like to use all-purpose flour or maida, you can make it with whole wheat flour too. In fact, it can be made even with leftover mutton.
All you have to ensure is that you use the right amount of spices so that the flavour is not lost. Easy to pack and carry, you can also take it to office or prepare it for picnics and day trips. A must try roll recipe for all mutton lovers!
300 gm mutton
4 teaspoon butter
2 tablespoon lemon juice
1 handful chopped coriander leaves
1/4 teaspoon chaat masala powder
1 teaspoon green papaya
salt as required
1 sliced onion
1 chopped green chilli
1 teaspoon garlic paste
2 pinches red chilli powder
1/2 teaspoon garam masala powder
1 finely chopped green chilli
1 teaspoon ginger paste
100 gm yoghurt (curd)
1/2 teaspoon coriander powder
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 teaspoon refined oil
How to make Kathi Kebab Roll
Take boneless mutton pieces in a bowl. Add all the marinade ingredients and rub well.
Let the mutton marinate overnight in the refrigerator so that the spices are well
absorbed by the meat. Add a teaspoon of raw papaya to this meat. It will help the
Now heat the butter in a deep-bottomed pan. When it is sufficiently hot add the mutton
pieces. Sprinkle salt as required and cook on medium flame. Keep the mutto covered
so that it cooks in it's own juices.
Once the mutton is half done and in case it becomes too dry, add a little water and
cook further. Check by breaking the mutton pieces with fork. If it breaks easily, it is
done. Remove from fire and keep aside.
Now take a little butter and cook the parathas on both sides till they are crisp but not
Now add the prepared filling, roll and wrap in a butter paper. Serve hot with coriander
chutney. You can also pack this delightful roll to office or have it as a dinner on days
you do not want to cook an elaborate meal.
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