Mutton Mince Kebabs (Kheema Kebabs)

Few days back when I returned home from office I was pleasantly surprised to see Milo(he was at home that day) putting his effort to make these delicious kebabs. I was surprised because my hubby is the one who avoids getting mutton at home. He had seen this recipe 4 times on some TV channel and wanted to make it. Our entire house was filled with the aroma of this delicacy and I really enjoyed eating them……Here is the recipe for you…

Ingredients –

½ kg Mutton mince (kheema),

1 cup onion chopped lengthwise into thin slices,

1 tsp garam masala,

4 tsp of green masala (paste of ginger, garlic, green chilies, coriander leaves and mint leaves),

Juice of 1 lime,

Salt to taste,

2 tsp melted butter,

Oil to shallow fry

Method –

Grind mutton mince to a smooth paste.Milodid this in a mixer.

Mix all the ingredients except oil in the mince and form 6 round balls.

Flatten them using your palm into disc shapes.

Heat oil in a frying pan and place the kebabs gently.

Cover the pan with a lid and let the kebabs cook on a low flame.

Turn to the other side and cover the pan again.

Once cooked remove from the flame and serve hot with fresh salads.


Hare Masale Ke Mutton Chops (Green Masala Mutton Chops)

This recipe/dish has been made by my sister, Shilpa. I had asked her to contribute some recipe on our site. After thinking for a while on what to post, she thought of the mutton chops got by her husband Ganesh. She went through some different magazines and came up with this recipe. She says it tastes good when served hot.

For the click to look good, Ganesh made the green chutney. Thanks Shilpa and Ganesh for the recipe and the pic. Waiting to eat this when I visit you’ll next 🙂

So here is the recipe in Shilpa’s own words…


Mutton Chops ½ Kg,

Ginger Garlic Paste 2 tsp 

Masala (grind together the following)-

Chopped Tomato 2,

Chopped Onion 2,

Chopped Coriander Leaves 1 cup,

Chopped Mint Leaves ½ cup,

Jeera 1 tsp,

Green Chilies 4,

Corn Flour 2 tsp,

Salt to taste,

Whole Pepper Corns 1 tsp,

Garam Masala Pwd 2 tsp


Beaten Eggs 2,

Bread Crumbs,



Marinate the mutton chops with ginger garlic paste and salt for 4 to 5 hrs.

Pressure cook the chops till done.

Apply the above ground masala to the cooked chops.

Dip in egg and roll in bread crumbs.

Shallow fry on both sides till done.

Serve hot with coriander chutney or sauce.