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« on: December 26, 2019, 12:45:42 am »



hummm, that's a good question.  Shami kebab is made with meat (can be beef, chicken or mutton/lamb) and split yellow peas (called channa dal in Urdu) with an array of spices, salt and chopped onions.  Everything is put in a cooking pot with enough water to submerge all ingredients and boiled until water is dry and meat and channa dal are tender.  Then the meat mixture is made into a paste on roller board or sometimes that isn't necessary if you're using meat pieces instead of minced meat.  A beaten egg or two and some yogurt are added to the meat paste, it is shaped into rounds and deep fried. 

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