My Version of the 'Bun Kebab': Popular Street Food of IndoPak

19:31 Fatima Ali 35 Comments

Bun kabab

Bun Kebab, a popular street food of the Indian subcontinent is a delicious sandwich sold at roadside stalls and in restaurants. I am sharing the recipe of my version of the Bun Kebabs that my husband loved and I am sure you all will love it too! 


Ingredients:
Bun - 2 normal sized
Shami Kabab (Beef Patty) - 2
Egg - 1 beaten with salt
Sauces - Chilli Ketchup, Coriander Sauce (Green Chutney), Tamarind Sauce (Imli ki chutney)
Onion - 1 medium sliced
Cucumber - 1 inch sliced 

Method:
Follow the step by step recipe with pictures.


Bun kabab
This is a pack of buns - Use 2 for if you need 2 servings
Cut the bun from the centre and warm (seekh len) both sides on a hot frying pan
Slice a small sized onion and 1 inch cucumber
Bun kabab
Beat an egg and add a small pinch of salt in it
Add 1 tablespoon cooking oil in a frying pan and, fry the egg
Bun kabab
Fry Shami Kababs (2 should be good for 2 servings)
I made my Kebabs at home but you can buy them from an Asian shop
These are the sauces I used but its up to you if you wish to exclude any
(Chilli Ketchup, 
Coriander Sauce, Tamarind Sauce)
Bun kabab

Once everything required to be cooked is ready, place the bun on the kitchen slab and apply some Coriander Sauce on it. Place a shami kabab, some sliced onion, cucumber, a portion of the egg and top it up with the chilli and tamarind sauce. Place the other half of the bun on the top and warm it up for a minute on a hot pan and bingo! The YUMMY Bun Kebabs are ready to eat! Serve with fries and some extra sauces on the side, if you want an extra spicy version. 

Bun kabab


Serves 2



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35 comments:

  1. Hey Fatty,
    Droooooooling meeee on this post.
    Some nice changes on the blog!
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    1. Hey hey!
      Thanks a lot! Reading your comments is always a pleasure 😊

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  2. I use poatao pattie instead of shammi kabab as Im a partial vegetarian. Your bun looks great though !
    http://polkadotsandcurry.com/2015/09/28/the-ethnic-mama-1/

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    1. Yeah! Potato pattie is the best option as a replacement of Shammis 😊
      They also make nice bun sandwiches 😊

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  3. will try this recipe looks tasty ...bun kebabs r easy and fun to eat when in rush. Thank u for sharing.

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    1. They tasted really yum! Do try Aysha :-)
      Hope you enjoy them

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  4. Wow - I love this recipe! I am going to make this for the family! I love trying new cuisines - and this one looks like a real keeper thanks for sharing

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    1. Thank you for such a lovely comment! I am sure your family will enjoy these! :-)

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  5. Wow This looks si yummyyy, unfortunatelly i cant eat nothing spicy,because of bleeding, do You think it will be also good without chilli sauce? www.beckystylee.blogspot.sk

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    1. It sure is extremely yummy! You can exclude the chilli sauces and add just simple ketchup maybe :-) Do let me know how it tastes after a minor change :-)

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    2. I also cannot eat ketchup....i did it without and it was also good

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  6. Hmmmm... Looks scrum-diddly-umscious! I'm droolin' over here!

    Great blog entry!

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    1. Thank you! :-) You might want to request your wife to make these for you? Only if she doesn't hate you :-)

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  7. I ate it once.Thanks for sharing the recipie...

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    1. Good to know that! Do try this recipe. I am sure you will enjoy it even more.

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  8. Looks amazing!! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. It looks so delicious... You just added one think to my cravings :)

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    1. A lovely addition made! :D Hope you enjoy it!

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  10. delicious combination looks fabulous

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  11. Fatimah this looks great! Would love to try sometime.

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    1. I am sure you will enjoy having these! I would love to treat you some day! ;-)

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  12. Yummylecious!
    I'm surely gonna try it!

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  13. Delicious one..added to my trying list..

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  14. This is making me soooooo hungry!!! 😀😀😀

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  15. I love Bun Kebab. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I will definitely try my hand at this.

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  16. Bun kebabs are hands down my favorite go to meal when I am short on time 😊 nice recipe, will give it a try ☺

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    1. Glad to know that. I hope you enjoy your bun kebabs! :-)

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