Combo of Hara Bara Kebab, Veg Shami Kebab, Veg Seekh Kebab & Khasta Kebab
Hara Bara Kebab Ingredients: chick peas, spinach, peanuts, sunflower oil, garlic, starch, ginger, ﬁne wheat flour, potato, green chilli, salt, spices and condiments.
Veg Sami Kebab Ingredients – peas, potato, onion, sunflower oil, starch, garlic, ginger, green coriander leaves, green chilli, spices and condiments, salt.
Khasta Kebab Ingredients: peas, potato, onion, sunflower oil, starch, garlic, ginger, green coriander leaves, green chilli, spices and condiments, salt.
Veg Seekh Ingredients: bengal gram (chana), soya granules, onion, sunflower oil, garlic, starch, fresh green coriander leaves, ginger, ﬁne wheat flour, spices & condiments, salt, fresh green chilli.
Hara Bara: Hara Bara is the Indian name for emeralds or the colour green. These cutlets are all green inside – packed with spinach with the added superb texture of chick peas. Exotic spices like cardamom, cinnamon and cloves make them extra special, extra delicious. A hint of ginger, a sparkle of red chillies and your Indian experience is complete.
Veg Shami: peas, potato, onion, sunflower oil, starch, garlic, ginger, green coriander leaves, green chilli, spices and condiments, salt.
Veh Seekh: In India, a skewer is called a seekh and these kebabs have been shaped around skewers, ready to be fried. The rich, yet nutty taste of Bengal gram is blended with soybean granules into a smooth puree. Onions and Garlic play their indispensable role of heightening the taste and texture. A careful combination of herbs and spices brings out the exotic nature of the recipe, yet is subtly enticing. In the royal Mughal kitchens of yore, you would find skewers with these succulent kebabs placed on glowing embers, and just a whiff of their aroma would make your mouth water. Order this for another royal experience.
Khasta Kebab: A closely guarded secret of royal kitchens is now yours to savour. Succulent kebabs made from peas, fresh green chillies and a tantalising blend of herbs and spices. Relish the sensual touch of nutmeg and mace while the dry mango powder grings in a dash of tongue-tickling sourness. You will be amazed how the humble pea has been transformed into a gourmet delicacy.