3-way Kebabs

3-way Kebabs
Photo Credits: Sukriti Taneja

These kebabs get their name from their 3 main ingredients – peanuts, gram flour and bread. Simple and quick to make, these kebabs bring in a fresh flavour to a usual evening. Perfect to be served at tea time or as appetizers before a hearty meal, 3-way kebabs are a dish you’ll definitely want to have more than once.

Ingredients for 3-way Kebabs


  1. Soak the bread slices in water and then squeeze them within your palms to get rid of excess water. Then crumble the wet bread into a mixing bowl.
  2. Add the coarsely ground peanuts and grinded capsicum or green peas.

Tip: Other veggies of choice like grated carrots can also be added to the mixture.

  1. Add salt, dry mango powder and red chilli powder to the boxl.
  2. Combine everything into a mixture. You won’t need to add any water since the soaked bread and ground capsicum / peas will provide the moisture needed.
  3. Place a wok or deep frying pan over medium heat with oil in it.
  4. Meanwhile, grease your palms and give the kebabs shape.
  5. Once the oil has heated up, lower the heat and them carefully slide in the kebabs for deep-frying.

Tip: Fry the kebabs on low heat to ensure the gram flour cooks perfectly. Otherwise the resulting kebabs will have a distinct uncooked gram flour taste.

  1. When done, transfer the kebabs to a plate lined with paper towels.
  2. Slice them up in desired shape and serve hot with tomato ketchup, cheese and green chutney.

Preparation Time: 20 minutes

Serves: 2

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