Today while cleaning the fridge, I stumbled upon a bowl of chickpeas which were soaked overnight. I thought of making chickpea and veggie kabobs for an after-school snack. Wanting to cook that on a low flame for crispiness, I used a griddle. After chopping everything together in a food processor, I mixed some cornflour and brushed both the sides of the kabob with a little oil. I Served them as a lettuce wrap to the kids and they loved it. It can be a great lunchbox recipe
The recipe is super simple:
Soaked chickpeas- 1 1/2 cup
Carrots, peppers and green chilli- 1 cup or you can use vegetables of your choice.
Salt -1/2 teaspoon or according to taste.
Red chilli powder-1/2 teaspoon
Ciliantro leaves -1/3 cups
Garlic -1/2 teaspoon
Lemon juice-1 teaspoon
Corn flour-1/3 cups(if your mixture is not binding use a little more, but try not to use too much cornflour. The texture won’t be flaky if you are using too much flour.
Panko bread crumbs-just for rolling the kabobs.
Chop everything together in a food processor.
Mix corn flour.
Shape it like flat kabob or tikki. Roll it into the panko bread crumbs.
Grill it on the flat griddle or in the air fryer.
Serve with salad greens and chutney/sauce.