This vegetarian kebab made with potatoes and greens is loved by vegetarians across the country! Hara Bhara Kebab is nutritious, vegan and simply delicious. It can be served as a starter or a tea-time snack.
Week Two of the A to Z Challenge has begun and I am going to confess something today. For the first time in five years, I feel drained and tired. I know I probably shouldn’t be ranting here but yeah, with a little furball at home I am exhausted almost all the time. While few of the recipes are done and photographed, most of them are not. And all the pics need editing too.
But most importantly, I feel guilty for not visiting my favorite bloggers who have taken their time out to visit me every day without fail on both my blogs and leave a comment. That has boosted up my morale and that’s how this recipe is being typed at the eleventh hour.
..and I persevere. The soldier husband is always away on duty and that’s making me more irritable and grumpy. But isn’t this what I’ve signed up for when I decided to get married to an Officer in the Armed Forces? Therefore, I put on a brave face, smile often even when you do not want to. I do not want him to worry about me and get worked up. I try to keep my head over water by blogging and I hope to keep it together.
Hara Bhara Kebabs, Hara means green and Bhara means loaded with- are cutlets or vegetable patties made with potatoes and greens- mainly spinach, green peas, mint leaves and coriander leaves. This is one of the popular starters in the Army get-togethers and honestly, it wasn’t one of my favorites. But when the husband suggested that I make this cutlet at home, I decided to give it a go.
That said, I also add green bell peppers or capsicum and that’s the secret ingredient. It truly makes the patties delicious and I absolutely loved how it turned out. I sent over a few to an Officer who was visiting and he was blown over. You must give this recipe a try. Worth it!
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