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Food for a king

Food for a king The galouti kebabs are known to be first cooked in the kitchens of Awadh royalty. One could say that, they are an indian version of meat patties. They are supposed to be very soft and legend has it that the dish was first created for a 'toothless' nawab in Lucknow.

This recipe is my take on this legendary kebab. They can be had on their own with chutney or as a filling in a burger or kati roll.
Contributed by Rajan Manickavasagam.
Published 17. February 2013

Ingredients1 teaspoon of salt (or to taste)1 tablespoon of crushed black pepper 2 tablespoon ginger garlic paste1 chopped red onion3-4 diced cubes of raw pumpkin1 chopped green chilli1 teaspoon red chilli powder1 teaspoon of turmeric1 tablespoon of garam masala powder1 cardamom1 bay leaf1 mace1 teaspoon of fennel3-4 tablespoon of butter or clarified butter500g of chicken mince InstructionsSeason the chicken mince with salt and black pepper and knead it well.Mix the remaining chopped chilli and spices and g…