This Eid-special kalmi kebab is a must-try.


  • Bakrid will be celebrated on August 1 this year in India.
  • Kebabs are an essential part of Eid festivities.
  • Here’s an easy recipe to make kalmi chicken kebab at home.

Is your food menu ready for Bakrid festivities? We are sure your family is excited to relish the succulent kebabs you are planning to make for appetisers. Bakrid (or Eid-al-Adha or Bakra Eid) will be celebrated on 1st August, 2020, in India. The Bakrid feast is incomplete without serving some delicious chicken or mutton kebabs. If you haven’t yet decided on what kebab you’ll be making, don’t look any further. This kalmi chicken kebab is the best pick to make your Eid feast the perfect one.

Bakrid is celebrated with much pomp and splendor in the Muslim community to conclude the annual Hajj pilgrimage by Islamic devotees. After offering prayers, feasting is the main highlight of the festival, and kebabs are the star of the show. This kalmi kebab will definitely steal the show.

What is kalmi kebab?

Kalmi kebab is basically fried chicken pieces, which are suffused with lots of masalas. Cream and yogurt is also added to make the kebab taste all the more better when served with chutney and onion rings to round off the meal.

(Also Read: Bakrid 2020: 5 Regional India Mutton Curries You Can Try At Home)


Bakra Eid is celebrated with a lavish meal. 

How to make kalmi kebab | Kalmi kebab recipe

Here’s the complete, step-by-step recipe of kalmi kebab.

This chicken kebab is so easy to make that you’ll thank us for giving you such a simple recipe for such a delicious snack. You just have to first marinate boneless chicken thigh pieces in a pool of yogurt mixed with various spices like ginger, garlic, lemon juice, turmeric powder, cashew nut powder, cardamom powder, crushed peppercorns and caraway seeds. Cream is also added to the batter to make the kebabs taste heavenly, soft and creamy when they are later fried till golden brown.

Make sure to marinate chicken for at least 24 hours in the refrigerator to let the chicken absorb the beautiful flavours of spices, yogurt and cream completely. So, if you’ll marinate the chicken a day in advance and keep in the refrigerator, you’ll just have to take them out on the festival day and fry them and serve them.

This kalmi chicken kebab will be the perfect addition to your Bakrid feat menu. Kick off the meal with these chicken snacks and see your family and friends enjoy the celebrations just like you wanted.

Eid Mubarak!

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