How To Make Regular Chicken Kebab At Home

Regular Chicken Kabab is a very famous Indian dish. It’s loved by all and it’s very tasty and easy to make but there are some points that we have to keep in mind when we are making chicken Kabab in order to make it super perfect. Chicken kebab is a beautiful blend of chicken juices and raw masala.

The actual test of the chicken kebab is the masala that we made for it. And yes, it’s a combination of super interesting Flavours and ingredients. So without wasting any time let’s get started on how to make chicken kebab at home with simple steps and delicious flavour.

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In order to make chicken kebab, the ingredients we need are chopped onion, ginger, garlic, green chilies, raw chicken Keema 250 g, coriander powder, Cumin powder, black pepper powder, Garam masala, egg, salt, as per your taste, oil, lemon juice, red chili powder, chickpea flour, mint leaves, bread crumbs and most importantly your love.


  1. The first step to making chicken kebab is to take a bowl and add raw chicken Keema salt as per your taste, lemon juice, red chili powder, chopped onion, garlic, ginger garam masala, black pepper powder, half teaspoon of lemon juice. Mint leaves, chickpea flour, 2 tablespoons of bread, crumbs, coriander powder, cumin powder, green chilies, and mint leaves and mix it very well. In short, we have added all the ingredients except for the egg.
  2. Take another bowl now Add eggs now add a pinch of salt and red chili powder. If you want red chili powder, whisk it very nicely.
  3. Take another plate with lots of breadcrumbs.
  4. Now shape the chicken mix in the shape of a kebab dip it in the egg mixture coat it with breadcrumbs.
  5. Now turn on the gas in low flame. Add oil and shallow Fry the kababs on both sides until the kababs colour into Golden Brown colour. And now your kebab is ready to serve.
  6. Serve it with green Chutney, fresh onion, rings, and green chilies, and enjoy.

The master tip that we have to keep in mind while making chicken kebabs is that we have to maintain the moisture of the chicken. If the chicken has too much water then you have to add more chickpea flour or breadcrumb to balance it but keep in mind that you don’t have to remove the moisture of the chicken because that’s the original flavor of the kebab. Don’t overcook it. Fry the kababs and it will ruin the taste of it. And yes, when you are dipping it in an egg, dip it very gently so that it will not break because it is very soft, and the same thing you have to do when you are coating it.

I hope this recipe is helpful for you and you are able to make the perfect chicken kebab at home. Thanks for reading.

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