Harabhara kabab - healthy and yummy!!

I was wondering to include green ingredients, palak and green peas into my 2 yr old's diet..though he does not refuse palak as such, there is no way he eats the cooked green peas as he does not like the texture of outer thing cover on each peas
So this harabhara kabab was really appealing to him with the color and smooth texture..and what more..this makes perfect starter for any party
So go ahead and give it a try!!
And do leave your comments if you like this recipe..

- 2 cup green peas
- 10-15 fresn spinach (palak) leaves
- 1 medium size potato, boiled and mashed
- 1 green chili (2 or more if less hot verity)
- 1 inch piece of ginger
- 1 tpsp garam masala (indian spice powder, can use, roasted cumin powder and roasted coriander seeds powder alternatively)
- 1/2 tsp turmeric
- 2 tbsp corn foulr
- salt to taste
- Oil for shallow frying

1. Blanch spinach leaves in boling water for 1-2 mins and refresh with cold water
2. Boil green peas till soft (do not make too soft or mashy)
3. In a mixer, add balnced spinach leaves, boiled green peas, green chili and gind to well
4. Tansfer the mix in a bowl, add mashed potato, garam masala, turmeric powder, salt and corn flour and mix well
5. Divide the mix in equal portion balls and flatten in shape of tikki
6. Heat a tava/ pan and apply oil and place the kabab/tikki on it
7. Shallow fry the kabab on both sides applying little oil till golden brown 

Serve with green cutney or tomato ketchup!!

And here is getting little creative, a snow man prepared with Kabab and Dalia Khichadi for my kiddo!!