Are you a huge fan of kebab? Did you know that it is a Middle Eastern cuisine? Its origins can also be traced to royal courts and humble kitchens, from across the length and breadth of India.
Popular across the world, a kebab is any of a wide variety of grilled meat dishes in India, Middle East, other parts of Asia, and the Muslim world. Some dishes ultimately derived from Middle Eastern kebab may have different names in their local languages.
Though pit- or skewer-cooked meat dishes are noted in an ancient Indian text, modern-day kebabs in India mostly trace their origin to the influence of Mughlai cuisine. Some varieties of kebab in India are more or less similar to kebab preparations elsewhere but with a distinctive taste, which can be credited to the use of Indian spices. Other varieties are entirely distinct versions native to India such as Tunde ke kabab, Tikka kebab, Shami kebab, Soovar ki Saanth (pork belly kebabs from Rajasthan) and Rajpooti soolah. The prevalence of vegetarianism in much of India also means that there are many local vegetarian varieties made from Paneer or potato.
Potful signature Kebabs are boneless pieces of meat, fish or vegetables seasoned by hand with a mixture of ingredients from the traditional recipes. It is then placed on the grill until the fat drips from the meat and becomes tender and juicy, and brown quickly to perfection letting the flavor of the meat shine through.
Although the best kebabs are often cooked on a skewer, many types of kebab are not. Kebab dishes can consist of cut up or ground meat or seafood, sometimes with fruits and vegetables, cooked on a skewer over a fire, or like a hamburger on a grill, baked in a pan in an oven, or as a stew; and served with various accompaniments according to each recipe. The traditional meat for kebabs is most often mutton or lamb, but regional recipes may include beef, goat, chicken, fish, or pork.
While kebabs are a predominantly non vegetarian area, Potful offers a variety of kebabs online to both the vegetarian and non vegetarian food lover. Apart from the basic Veg and Non veg kebab platter, Potful also has other delicious specials in both areas from Kali Mirch Lasooni Paneer Tikka for the Vegetarian foodie to the Nawabi Tangdi for the hard core meat lover.
The Potful Veg Kebab platter consists of a combination of Malai Paneer tikka, Bharwan aloo, Shammi (tikki) baby corn and fresh mushrooms. Malai Paneer is cooked with fresh cream, cashew paste, cheese cubes, and a melange of spices. Bell peppers make the dish more colourful and flavourful. Bharwan aloo is a fascinating potato dish with barrel shaped potatoes, stuffed with paneer mixture, marinated in yogurt masala and grilled on charcoal with spicy red tandoori marination. These along with the baby corn and mushroom tikki fry make the veg kebab a mouth watering appetizer dish.
Potful also offers other variations of everyone’s favourite Paneer. The Kali Mirch Lasooni Paneer Tikka is a Potful special, prepared in the authentic Indian kebab method by marinating cottage cheese in a fresh cream, ginger garlic and pepper powder paste and cooked on a skewer over the fire with bell peppers, onions and tomatoes.
The Non Veg Kebab platter consists of combination of Peshawari Murgh, Murgh hara mirch, Murgh pasanda, tawa fish and gelafi seekh, which provides you with a variety of chicken kebabs prepared with green chilli, bell peppers and fried in ghee and Indian spices, fish fry and lamb kebabs that are rich and melt in your mouth.
Other Non vegetarian favourites at Potful include the Murgh Khada masala which include boneless Chicken tikka marinated in curd flavoured with indian spices and masala. It is served with Potful special curd onion & fresh mint chutney.
For those who want to mix it up, we have the Nawabi Tangdi. The taste is doubled when wholesome chicken leg is stuffed with delicious mutton keema, marinated in creamy cardamom, cashew and saffron paste & grilled on charcoal.
For the quintessential meat lovers, we have the Galouti kebab. These perfect round patties are made with minced mutton and tenderized to the core with raw papaya and deep fried in ghee. The name of the dish means "melt in the mouth." This is served with tawa parathas.
At Potful, we explore the different traditional kebab preparations and bring to you the most authentic recipes and flavours from all over Asia. For the best kebabs in Bangalore, look no further! We provide home delivery of freshly cooked best veg and non veg kebabs. Good food is just a click away! Order online now!
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