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How to Cook Yummy Keto Chicken Malai kebab

Keto Chicken Malai kebab. A lot of people seem to think Indian food is very carb heavy. While this is true to an extent, there is a huge range of Indian food that falls under the Keto friendly umbrella. I personally find Chinese food to be less Keto friendly because of the sauces they use, which do contain a fair amount of sugar.

Keto Chicken Malai kebab This Malai Kebab is just a keto version of Original Malai Kebab without the cashew paste and bad oils. Though it looks fancy, all the ingredients can be easily found in Indian kitchen. You will not regret a bit about making these kebabs , because these will be the best juicy creamy chicken you will ever have. You can cook Keto Chicken Malai kebab using 12 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Keto Chicken Malai kebab

  1. You need 500 gms of Boneless Chicken.
  2. Prepare 100 ml of Heavy Cream.
  3. Prepare 50 gms of Cheese-Britannia or Amul.
  4. It's 10 gms of Ginger-Garlic Paste.
  5. It's 2 tbsp of Ghee or clarified butter.
  6. You need 1/2 tsp of Salt.
  7. It's 1/2 tsp of Black Pepper Powder.
  8. You need of Juice of half a lime.
  9. It's 1/2 of Green Pepper.
  10. It's 1/2 of Yellow Pepper.
  11. It's 1/2 of Red Pepper.
  12. It's as needed of Onion.

And while kebabs mostly refer to meaty treats, the vegetarian versions have pampered our taste buds equally. As much as one would love to gorge on a succulent galouti or malai chicken kebab, the hariyali veg kebab could be a scrumptious treat as well. Keto shawarma complies with a bunch of diets. It's a great option for those with Celiac or other gluten intolerances.

Keto Chicken Malai kebab step by step

  1. Cut the chicken into kebab size pieces. In a bowl mix the cheese, cream, ginger,-garlic paste, salt, pepper, and lime juice. Add the ghee too. Mix all the ingredients well till you have a nice creamy marinade..
  2. Add in the chicken and mix nicely with fingers to coat all the pieces. Cover and set aside for one hour if you are going to grill it soon or else store it in the fridge overnight.
  3. Before grilling brush the ghee on the chicken pieces. I used wooden skewers which I had soaked for 15 minutes. You can skewer and directly roast but I lined a baking tray with foil and grilled the chicken on it..
  4. I like colour in my food and I chopped square pieces of the coloured peppers and onion and skewered them with the half cooked chicken. I then roasted them on a grill in the oven to get the charred colour..
  5. Serve with chutney and lime. Bon appetite!!.

Tandoori Chicken — This is one of the best takeout options since it is almost always keto-friendly. Just make sure to get the sauce on the side. Chicken Malai Kabab — Chicken marinated in yogurt, ginger and white pepper. Methi Salmon — Salmon that is lightly marinated with fenugreek, ginger, and garlic before cooking. A couple of days ago I showed you a delicious looking kebab in my vlog and I promised to show you how to make it.

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