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Hara Bhara Kabab

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Hara Bhara Kabab Recipe, mix veg sabji sukhi sabji, How To Make Hara Bhara Kabab Recipe

The crispy hara bhara kabab is a vegetarian kabab is full of aromatic spices, made from spinach, green peas and potatoes it is nutritious snack,  great with any chutney or sauce.



Hara bhara Kabab is an absolutely delicious and delectable finger food, light and made with the goodness of spinach, green peas and spices added to give a savor taste. This fantastic snack can be served as a starter accompanied with sauce or Read More..

About Recipe

Kalgora vepudu, Samayalkurippu varuval, Shukto Bhaja


(27 ratings)
72 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
12 mins
Total time
22 mins
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Mix Vegetable
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : February 13, 2019

Ingredients used in HARA BHARA KABAB
• Boiled potatoes - 100 grams.
• Green peas - 35 grams.
• Spinach - 1-2 bunch.
• Oil - 3-4 tablespoons.
• Whole garam masala - 1 teaspoons.
• Garlic - 3 clove.
• Cinnamon - 1 0.
• Black cumin seeds-shahi jeera - 1/2 teaspoons.
• Red chilli - 2 numbers.
• Coriander leaves - 1/2 bunch.
• Roasted chana dal - 3 teaspoons.
• Cardamom - 2 numbers.
• Turmeric powder - 1/4 teaspoons.
• Mint leaves - 1 bunch.
• Green chillies(chopped) - 3 numbers.
• Ginger - 1/2 teaspoons.
• Chaat masala - 1/2 teaspoons.
• Salt - 0 to taste.
• Paneer - 100 grams.
• Garam masala - 1/4 teaspoons.
• Lemon(juice) - 1 tablespoons.
• Onion(chopped) - 1 numbers.
  • Peel and grate boiled potatoes.
  • Mash boiled green peas.
  • Squeeze out excess water of Blanched spinach and finely chopped.
  • Take a pan add oil, whole garam masala, cloves, cinnamon, shahi jeera, red chilli, chopped coriander, and chana dal. After some time add chopped ginger, garlic and green chillies.
  • Then add chopped onion, steam part of mint and coriander leaves.
  • Add green peas, mint, coriander, boiled spinach, and some grated paneer, boiled potatoes, and add salt as per taste, mix it well.
  • Take a mixing bowl add bread crumbs, Chat masala, roasted chana dal. Rest of the seasoning and it required use the blender to combine the ingredients.
  • Divide the mixture into equal portions. shape them into a ball and then press it in between your palms to flatten it. These are now called tikkis. Dust it with a little-roasted chana dal, chat masala, and mix it and make into equal portion.
  • Heat oil in a pan add the tikkis and shallow fry them.
  • Serve hot with pickle or yogurt chutney.

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Hara bhara Kabab is an absolutely delicious and delectable finger food, light and made with the goodness of spinach, green peas and spices added to give a savor taste. This fantastic snack can be served as a starter accompanied with sauce or pudina chutney, or served as a brunch or tea time snack dish. Hara bhara kabab is a brilliant dish to serve kids in encouraging them to eat greens and educating them on the importance as they are vital to the health and rich in various vitamins, minerals, fibre, folate, carotenoids and act as antioxidants in the body. This snack is a tasty vegetarian alternative for all those who love eating kababs.


The Hara bhara kabab gets its name and wonderful green colour from the healthy and nutritious spinach and green peas. Hence the name of the dish is Hara Bhara Kabab, a luscious, mouth-melting kabab made with the goodness of greens. Nowadays, kids are very choosing on eating especially green leafy vegetables.


They normally hate eating green veggies and we parents force them on eating as they are nutritious and healthy. Normally we add them into dals (lentil stew), or make a spinach curry etc. To really feed your kids healthy and nutritious green leafy vegetables, firstly we must look for creative ways of preparing different snack item with the greens so that they get tempted in eating such foods like making a quiche with spinach stuffing or a palak wrap or Frankie, or add them in colorful fresh and zesty salads etc.


Also remind or show them the stories of ‘Popeye’ the popular cartoon movie with the spinach can and the spinach power. These Kababs are made with the mix of blanched spinach, boiled peas and potatoes mashed together with spicy green chillies, ginger, coriander leaves and flavored with chaat masala and salt to taste. This mixture is then added with little cornflour so that the whole mixture gets binded well to hold into a tikka or ball shape.


They are make into small flat tikkas and shallow fried until crisp and done. If you are looking into eating some healthy Hara Bhara kababs, then you could also bake them or pan fry them.  Serve these hot hara bhara kabab with some spicy and tangy chutney or sauce. Do try them as serve your kids. They will surely enjoy the awesome taste and ask for more.


How to prepare Hara Bhara Kabab:



Chaat Masala                           -       1 tsp

Coriander leaves, chopped       -       2 tbsp

Ginger, chopped                      -       2” piece

Green chillies, chopped           -       3 nos

Potatoes, boiled & grated         -       3 -4 nos

Green peas, boiled & mashed  -       ¾ cup

Spinach, blanched                   -       10 bunches

Corn flour/ Corn starch           -       2 tbsp

Salt                                          -       to taste

Oil                                            -       for frying


  1. Blanch spinach leaves in two cups of boiling salted water for five minutes. Drain the water, refresh in cold water, squeeze the excess water and finely chop and keep aside.
  2. Mix spinach, peas and potatoes well together.
  3. Add green chillies, ginger, coriander leaves, chaat masala and salt to taste.
  4. Add corn flour for binding and mix well.
  5. Divide the mixture into twenty-four equal portions. Shape each portion into a ball and then pres it between your palms to give it a flat tikki shape.
  6. Heat oil in a heavy bottomed skillet or pan and fry the kababs over medium flame until they get crisp on both sides.
  7. Drain the excess oil on paper towels.
  8. Garnish with roasted cashews and serve hot with a chutney of your choice or sauce.


Tip: You may also shallow fry the Hara Bhara Kabab on a griddle plate or tawa. It is also recommended that you do not use colour in this recipe, instead increase the quantity of spinach leaves to get the dark green colour. A spinach recipe included daily in your diet is a vital part of your ongoing health and vitality.


A variety of dishes can be prepared with this amazing green like the palak dal (spinach with lentils), Palak paneer (spinach with cottage cheese), Khatti palak chutney chukka koora and palak curry and many more.


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starlitsunrise17 Posted on Thu Nov 14 2013

These looks so good! I really want to try out this recipe. ?

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Arifa Runjeet Posted on Thu Nov 14 2013

Lol.... U make me laugh...?

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Mehul Jain Posted on Thu Nov 14 2013

nice video! ?

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Naresh Manuja Posted on Thu Nov 14 2013

Looks good but it would be grt if u would give proper measurements / quantity of ingredients .?

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Parfum Le Posted on Thu Nov 14 2013

very nice ?

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Ninad Pradhan Posted on Thu Nov 14 2013

LOL, green condoms. I will not ask how you know ;)?

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Arorav3 Posted on Thu Nov 14 2013

thanks for sharing this recipe chef...m loving it..instead of using whole spices, it will be gud to use powder garam masala and cardamon powder. and we can also make a stuffing of grated cashew, raisins and almond. It will be called Shahi Hara Bhara

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preethi Prasad Posted on Thu Nov 14 2013

you look very happy today...:)?

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Arorav3 Posted on Thu Nov 14 2013

please also check out my Stuffed Mushroom Kebab recipe at share and comment?

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arunbadruka12 Posted on Thu Nov 14 2013

hey the new welcome pic is nice :) ?

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itzMeKalpana Posted on Thu Nov 14 2013

Thanks for this recipe Chef, so tempting as usual. :) I searched for kothu parotta - street food recipe on your site as well as here but I couldn't find it. Could you please show us how to do that recipe? I want to do it the VahChef's way. :D

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Sidra Tanoli Posted on Thu Nov 14 2013

hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, so funnyyy?

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