Ramadan Special – Tempting Vegetable Kabab with Noodels


Ramadan Special – Tempting Vegetable Kabab with Noodels

Ramadan Special – Tempting Vegetable Kabab with Noodels Believe me just a few ingredients can prepare ultimately delicious kababs with a crisp taste texture. Try these low fat baked noodle kababs and enjoy as snack.


  • Chicken noodles 2 packet
  • Chili sauce 4 tbsp
  • Soya sauce 1 tbsp
  • Oil 3 tbsp
  • Coriander 4 tbsp (crushed)

Cooking Directions

  1. Follow the directions written on noodles packet and boil them but do not add given spice (masala)
  2. Heat oil in a pan and add noodles, chili sauce, soya sauce and coriander with noodles spice and fry.
  3. Now place round shaped cookie cutter on baking tray and pour and press the mixture of noodles to form kabab shape. (or you can make kababs without cutter also with the help of your hands.)
  4. Place all kababs on baking tray and bake at 180 C till crisp and brown.
  5. Serve with tomato sauce and vegetables.

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Kebab (also kabob) are various Middle Eastern dishes originally based on grilled meat, and now with many variants. Two of the best-known kebab dishes are shish kebab and doner kebab.In contemporary American and British English, a kebab is a common dish, consisting of a skewer with small pieces of meat or seafood, together with vegetables such as onions, tomatoes, and bell peppers. Also known as shish kebab or sometimes shashlik, kebabs are customarily prepared in homes and restaurants, and are usually cooked on a grill or barbeque. The word kebab may also be used as a general term in English to describe any similar-looking skewered food, such as brochette, satay, souvlaki, yakitori, or numerous small chunks of any type of food served on a stick. This is different from its use in the Levant, where shish (Persian/Mazandarani: شیش, Turkish: şiş) is the word for skewer, while kebab comes from the Persian word for grilling.