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Murg Malai Kabab, truly a luscious lip-smacking smooth creamy chicken kababs mildly flavored with cheese, herbs & spices, yogurt and air fried to perfection.
Murgmaly kabab is a North Indian non-vegetarian dish. Murg Malai Kabab, truly a luscious lip smacking smooth creamy chicken kababs mildly flavoured with cheese, herbs & spices, yoghurt and air fried to perfection. Murg M... Read More..
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Murgmaly kabab is a North Indian non-vegetarian dish. Murg Malai Kabab, truly a luscious lip smacking smooth creamy chicken kababs mildly flavoured with cheese, herbs & spices, yoghurt and air fried to perfection. Murg Malai kabab is apt for its name because the kababs just melts away into the mouth exploring the flavors and tastes right through to give a euphoric heavenly experience. This lip smacking kabab is very easy to prepare and cooks very fast. Unlike its counterparts like Tandoori Chicken or Chicken Tikka which makes a regular appearance in most Indian restaurants, Murg Malai kabab is also a rich and well acclaimed dish. It is little different from the other two, is rich in flavours, mildly spiced and has a naturally lightly yellowish brown golden color gravy. The Murg Malai Kabab is absolutely soft, tender and succulent and the fragrant pieces of chicken just melt into the mouth giving a nice creamy and smooth texture. It is authentically marinated in thick yogurt or cream, cheese, saffron, fresh herbs and spices that adds in all the delicate flavours and creaminess to this kabab. The Murg malai kababs is an excellent and ideal party dish and would be truly enjoyed by one and all. Murg Malai kabab is typically a North Indian non-vegetarian dish having influences from the Mughlai cuisine. Taking health in point, and talking of healthy eating habits, this method of frying the Murg Malai Kababs is just amazing and appetizing. It will surely be well like by most of the young and kids without any fuss. They would just not resist from eating this awesomely yummy and tempting dish! Do remember that this is a healthy dish as you will Air Fry the Murg kababs in Philips Air Fryer which also help retain its nutrition values and uses hardly any oil of cooking. Do not miss this, Try it out & you will not regret. Do Enjoy making of Murg Malai Kabab.
How to prepare Murg Malai Kabab: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnHe3trXe-s
In a food processor, add in the grated cheese, hung yogurt, green chilli paste, white pepper powder, coriander powder, garam masala and very little salt and cream the mixture until soft. Remove the cheesy mixture into a bowl and add in the chicken pieces. Mix the chicken pieces with the cheesy mixture and coat the pieces well. Rest this for about 3-4 hours. Take chicken pieces and put them in the skewers. Preheat the Phillips Air fryer at 200 degree C for 5 minutes. Remove the basket and place the skewers in the basket and cook for about 7-8 minutes. After 5 minutes, pull out the basket and turn the skewers and again cook for 3 mins. Serve hot with mint chutney.
For mint chutney:
In the blender, add in some mint leaves, coriander leaves, few ice cubes, 5-7 nos green chillies, little chaat masala, salt and lime juice. Blend well to make smooth paste. Serve in bowl. Mughlai food is known for its richness. It is famous for the exotic use of spices, dried fruit and nuts. Mughlai Dishes have a distinct aroma and taste of ground and whole spices. Most Indian food connoisseurs love rich creamy aromatic and highly flavourful korma having distinctive taste of ground and whole spices as traditionally the chicken korma is indicative of the Moghul cooking of northern India which is marked by silken curries, butter dishes and delicate flavours. Dishes from the Mughlai cuisine can vary from extremely mild to spicy gravies but can be adjusted according to individual’s choice. Its taste, aroma and exotic flavours, that actually makes Mughlai food so special and sought after. Whether the dish is mildly or extremely spiced, there is no compromise in the aroma and taste. The speciality of this cuisine is the blend of spices and ingredients as each ingredient has its role of imparting its own aroma and taste into the dish that adds a distinctive taste and the cooking style. The ingredients (especially spices) are carefully cooked and added during cooking or towards the end of cooking so as to extract the most flavours out of them, and not lose any taste or aroma that has been extracted. Now it’s long that the Mughals are gone but their recipes last forever. After all good food is all about exotic aroma and taste which Mughlai foods have in abundance. This is a brilliant to enjoy exotic and flavourful foods in a healthy way.
Do try this recipe and enjoy cooking. If you wish to try more delicious and mouth watering chicken recipes, then feel free to click on: https://www.vahrehvah.com/chicken-recipes You could always reach me at my below links: My Cooking Videos Indian Recipes Indian Food Regional Indian Cuisines VahChef Sanjay Thumma Enjoy Cooking! Keep Smiling…
RAJAN ADVANI Posted on Wed Jun 11 2014
Won't the air dry up the chicken?? Philips make junk products, just imported from China, branded and sold.?Reply 0 - Replies
desitiger Posted on Wed Jun 11 2014
I wouldn't fry the chicken in the first place. Grilled or BBQ?Reply 0 - Replies
Max Landsborough Posted on Wed Jun 11 2014
Don't mind u using the air fryer but stop editing in the little branding parts like when u say "basket is so easy to clean" it's in every air fryer video and it's the same?Reply 0 - Replies
labailavideo Posted on Wed Jun 11 2014
Chef Thumma, I have been a big fan of you and tried many of your “funtastic” recipes successfully but this Phillips crap is so HARD to SWALLOW. I understand the need to make money, but you are trying to shove it down the throat every 20 seconds. EaseReply 0 - Replies
CowTaurog Posted on Wed Jun 11 2014
I'd like to see something that's spicy, and doesn't have dairy products. We have a lot of Indian grocery stores here in Austin, really easy to find ingredients.?Reply 0 - Replies
syed shahid pervez Posted on Thu Jun 12 2014
Please stop your shitty advertising.....I have always admired your cooking but now I think you too much dedicated towards advertising rather than cooking. .....I am now thinking to un subscribe your channel. ....I am sure others are thinking the sameReply 0 - Replies
Ijaz Khan Posted on Wed Jun 11 2014
We tried to find this fryer in market no one have this I don't know why u showing us to use it?Reply 0 - Replies