Veg Kebabs Across India Which Tantalize The Taste Buds Of Non Vegetarians

Kebabs make for one of the most drooling North Indian appetizer one loves to have on his table. Pair it up with mint chutney and sliced onions and you are game! If you are a hardcore non-vegetarian, it’s very likely that you would rate your Boti Kebab, Tangri Kebab, Shish Kebab over any other veg kebab. But, some veg kebabs tempt you enough that you cannot help but lick your plate clean even if you are a non-vegetarian.

Paneer Kebab

paneer kebab

Made using paneer and curd, this North Indian recipe is surely going to pamper the taste buds of anyone who is fond of paneer. There are alot of paneer variations that can be cooked in the form of kebabs and taste best with coriander chutney.

Cheese Corn Kebab

cheese corn kebab

Cheese Corn Kebab is prepared with American corn kernels, cheddar cheese, potato and a combination of various other spices. Quite easy to make, this can be a perfect party snack the next time you are planning to host a party session.

Hara Bhara Kebab

veg hara bhara kebab

One of the most popular veg kebab served in restaurants, Hara Bhara kebab is a combination of potatoes, spinach and peas. These veg kebabs are delicious as well as healthy and adding a cashewnut on top of it enriches the taste.

Kale Chane Ke Kebab

veg kebab

Kale Chane Ke Kebab is a healthy snack dish made with brown chickpeas and spices. Served with coriander and mint chutney, it’s best served hot.

Dahi Ke Kebab

dahi ke kebab

The main ingredients that are involved in making Dahi ke kebabs include hung curd, cashew paste, paneer, corn flour and an amalgamation of spices. This is another vegetarian kebab which is widely popular across various restaurants in India.

Beetroot Kebab

vegetarian kebab

Beetroot Kebabs hardly have any calories and are comparatively healthy to any other kebabs. Consider this as a perfect evening snack which you can relish with a hot cup of chai.

Sabudana Seekh Kebab

veg kebabs

Sabudana Kebabs are perfect for the ones who fast during Navratri. Also called as vrat ke kebab, the ingredients that are involved in making this kebab include potatoes, sabudana, and groundnuts.

These veg kebabs are surely going to satiate the taste buds of any non-vegetarian.


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