August 31


Best Vegetarian Kebab Recipes

By Gladys Wangari

August 31, 2021

Typically made with lamb, the kebab has different variations based on where it is served. From Turkey to India, and even in the Middle East, a variation of spicing can be noticed. A great addition to any party, kebabs are an extremely versatile and tasty dish. Kebab is one of the most popular fast foods in the world. This is because they are tasty and easy to prepare. There are different kinds of kebabs that you can indulge in – Galati, kakori, Tangri, Afghani, tikka masala, malai, hariyali, so on and so forth. And there are vegetarian variants too. Yes, why should meat lovers have all the fun?

If you thought vegetarian kebabs were limited to paneer, think again. There are a huge variety of vegetables that can be used to make the perfect kebab. From lotus stem to raw banana stems — it’s all delicious.

Here are our vegetarian kebab recipes for you:

1.Dahi Ke Kebab

A melt-in-your-mouth kebab made of spiced yogurt mixed with besan. Serve it with spicy pudina chutney for a deliciously hardy treat.

A delicious treat, the Dahi-ke-kebab is a favorite all over India.

2.Bhutteyan Da Kebab

Crunchy, piquant kebabs made with potato, corn, cheese, and seasonings. This piquant kebab is sure to be a show-stealer at any dinner table. You can never go wrong with this piquant kebab for your family’s dinner.

3.Beetroot kebab

These beetroot and tofu kebabs are a powerhouse of energy. Antioxidants prevent free radicals from damaging your cells, which in turn slows down the aging process. Not only will your body be nourished and revitalized, but they are also easy to make. Simply cut the tofu into cubes and toss with olive oil and a dash of cinnamon. Then wrap each cube with slices of beetroot.

You can enjoy these vibrant beety-tofu kebabs for a light summer meal. They are as tasty as they are good for you.

4.vegetable seekh kebab

Vegetable seekh kebabs are the all-time favorite seekh kebabs full of vegetables, almonds, and figs. Straight from the blazing tandoor on to your dinner table.

Delicious and nutritious, vegetable seekh kebabs are a great way to fill your tummy while making it healthier.

5.Bhein Ke Kebab

Here’s a recipe for a real party winner. Delicious kebabs are made with the distinct flavors of lotus stems, chana dal, and mild spices.

This recipe for kebabs is a great way to start off the party. Serve them with some fresh naan and you’re all set!

6.Rajma Ke Kebab

A great vegetarian starter to start off your next dinner party are these rajma kebabs. Crispy golden on the outside and soft and tangy on the inside. If you’re looking for a party starter, these vegetarian kebabs are just what you need. Bite into one and enjoy the soft and juicy feel.

We love rajma curry and these kebabs were inspired by the flavors of the Punjabi dish.

7.Hara Bhara Kebab

Made with the healthy goodness of spinach and green peas, mashed potatoes, and select spices, this kebab is a must-try for anyone looking for a simple dish.

Mashup a bunch of spinach, peas, and potatoes together, add a bunch of yummy spices, and you’ve got something so good it’d make Popeye himself dive facefirst into a plate.

8.Veg tangdi kebab

Vegetarian tangdi kebab is a vegetarian variation of chicken tangdi kebab which is made out of basic ingredients like bread slices, boiled potatoes, paneer, and spices like garam masala, red chili powder.

A vegetarian version of a traditional kebab, these tangdi kebabs can be easily made at home. They are easy to make if you follow the step-by-step recipe and have an amazing taste.

9.Kathal Ke Kebab

If you’re toying with the idea of making a vegetarian version of kebabs, I recommend trying this modified version of a regular chana kebab.

The kebab is a Persian dish made of lamb, chicken, or vegetables. It’s served with flatbread and grilled onions.

10.Grilled Potato Kebab

People who like potatoes raise your hands! Here is a mouth-watering kebab made with grilled potatoes tossed in a mix of eclectic herbs and spices and served with mint chutney, tomato ketchup, or even yogurt.

For the carb-conscious, grilled potato kebab is a tasty alternative to BBQ or fried potatoes. Perfect for a light snack or a summer meal, grilled potato kebab is easy to make and tastes delicious.

Gladys Wangari

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