This is one ‘jugaad’ food 😉 😛
What can one do when only one seekh is found in the freezer 😀 It’s syndrome of ‘nanga nahaye kya, nichode kya’ 😛 Rummaging in the fridge, found one sad looking boiled potato and – Bingo !!! 😀 A ‘jugaad’ was born 😉
Jugaad = innovative fix 😉
Seekh = seekh kebab
Presenting a ‘jugaad’ of mutton seekh in gravy from the Platter of madness.
Here’s what i did……….
1 nos – mutton seekh
1 nos – boiled potatato
1 1/2 tsp – finely chopped onion
1 tsp – ginger -garlic paste
1 nos – large sized tomato (pureed)
1/2 tsp – cumin powder
1/2 tsp – red chili powder
1/4 tsp – tumeric powder
1/4 tsp – garam masala (Indian spice mix)
1 tbsp – vegetable oil
1/2 cup – water
pinch of cumin seeds
1 nos – bay leaf
salt to taste
Slice the kebab into small round pieces (1 inch, approx). Peel the boil potato and dice it as well in cubes.
Heat oil in a pan and saute the kebab pieces and potatoes. Keep aside. In the same oil, temper with cumin seeds and bay leaf. Add the chopped onion and fry till translucent. Add ginger and garlic paste and fry for a min more. Now add the tomato puree and the dry spices. Cook till oil releases. Add water and salt to taste and bring to boil.
Add the sauteed kebab pieces and potatoes. Cook for 3 -4 mins. take it off fire.
Happy cooking !! 🙂
Cheers !! 😀
What a beautiful looking and delicious sounding dish and from leftovers! 🙂 How clever!
thank you Petra 😀