My family has man carnivorous members who love to survive on mutton and chicken only. So when it’s Ramadan , you can very well imagine how crazy we go over food. Shami kebabs are one such kinds snack that is almost made everyday during Ramadan. We love to have it with a glass of sharbat, along with some biryani, and sometimes just like that. Sharing my most favorite kebab recipe today, so let us quickly check out the recipe.
Kebabs are an integral part of Mughlai cuisines. All non vegetarian eaters love to have kebabs as a snack or the side dish. Whether it’s veg or non veg, kebabs are super delicious and delectable and finishes in no time. Shami kebab is one such scrumptious recipe that belongs to Mughal Cuisine. Mutton pieces boiled with Bengal gram and whole spices and later blended to form a sticky and fibrous dough mix is shaped into a flat dish and shallow fried on a tawa. Shami kebabs are a perfect snack option during Ramadan and also a great side dish to Biryani.