Saturday, October 15, 2011

Mushroom Kababs


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So when I hopped over to Pratima of Prats Corner I made lovely tofu and paneer burgers. Here is the recipe for the burgers in case you have missed it.

So after I made this burger  I found that I had some leftover marinade ( Let’s face it I prefer to make a biiit more than necessary to take care of unforeseen  emergencies) . So I had some extra marinade and some mushrooms, capsicum and small onions all cheerily waving out to me as the former two sat in the fridge and the onions are a bunch that we buy regularly before the rains in the local fair called “purmet”.

So it was logical that I put them out of their misery and make something out of them and so I did.

Ingredients: 
Left over marinade
Capsicum slices
Small onions
Mushrooms
Oil
Wooden skewers soaked in water

Method:
1.     Wash the mushrooms pat dry and cut them in quarters.
2.     Wash the capsicum, remove the seeds and veins and make big pieces of them.
3.     Put the mushrooms and onions n the marinade and let them stand in the fridge for atleast ½ hour.
4.     Now on the skewers thread the mushrooms, capsicum and onions. (be careful with the onions as they are not the kind of veggies that will allow you to impale them without a fight).
5.     Brush them with oil and grill in the griller on a low rack for 10-15 minutes.
6.     Serve with mint chutney.

Sending this to my own event started by Priya the Fast Food not Fat Food Event.


11 comments:

  1. ohh...so mouth watering...deli sh...want to taste some now...looks very colorful...

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  2. looks really yummy. u put ur leftovers to good use :)

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  3. very delicious kebabs..looks yumm

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  4. This looks delicious..Should try it some day...Thanks for the recipe dear.

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  5. Fantastic, mouthwatering kababs!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  6. wow..mouth watering..Those looks very very yummmm! I will have to try them. First time to you blog and you have a very lovely space here...following you dear...do visit my space when u find time... http://pran-oriya-recipies.blogspot.com/

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