Hara bhara kabab burger

Do you like burgers? I know many of you consider it as junk food 😦 but don’t worry my version of burger is going to be completely healthy. I am using Hara Bhara Kabab or the patties made of green peas. Also, instead of deep frying the kabab, if you shallow fry, you are going one more step ahead to achieve the health quotient. Sounds interesting? OK then let’s see how to make the healthy burger.

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  • Bun 1
  • Cucumber 2 slices
  • Tomato 2 slices
  • Lettuce leaves 2
  • Harabhara Kabab 2 ( frozen )
  • Oil 1 tables spoon
  • Tomato sauce 1 table spoon
  • Mayonnaise 1 table spoon
  • Mustard sauce 1 tea spoon
  • Salt to taste
  • Black pepper 1/2 tea spoon
  • Cheese slice 1


First, cut the bun into half and keep it aside.

Open the packet of frozen hara bhara kabab, keep it outside for some time in room temperature. It will help to moisten the kabab.

Take the pan and heat the oil in it.

After some time, take the kabab in your hand and press it little by your palm and shallow fry.

Once the kababs are fried from both the sides, take it out of the pan and keep on the kitchen towel.

Now, take the bottom side of bun and place the lettuce leaves on it. After that keep the fried kabab on top of it.

Arrange the tomato and cucumber slices on the kabab, and put tomato sauce, mustard sauce, and mayonnaise.

Put a slice of processed cheese and on top of that keep the top side of the bun.

The burger is ready to serve.

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Onion and mushroom pulav

Pualv or flavored rice is a very popular dish in India. There are many variations to it. In north India the pualv is made using a lot of whole spices and dry fruits whereas in south India it is made using vegetables. I love making pulav using vegetables and whole spices. When I don’t have any specific menu for dinner or lunch, Onion and Mushroom pulav is the only dish I make to satisfy my hunger!

Sharing the recipe below:


  • Rice 1 cup
  • Water 2 cups
  • Onion 1
  • Button Mushrooms 5-6
  • Ginger garlic paste 1 table spoon
  • Turmeric 1 tea spoon
  • Red chili powder 1 tea spoon
  • Coriander powder 1 tea spoon
  • Garam masala 1 table spoon
  • Salt to taste
  • Coriander leave
  • clove 4
  • Cardamom 2
  • Bay leaf 1
  • Star anise 1
  • Oil 2 table spoons

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Wash the rice under running water, drain and keep it aside.

Chop mushrooms into square pieces and slice the onion.

In a pressure cooker, heat the oil.

After the oil is hot, add cloves, cardamoms, star anise, and bay leaf.

Add sliced onion and stir fry till it becomes translucent.

Add ginger garlic paste and saute.

Now add turmeric, red chili, garam masala, and coriander powder.

Once the spices are fried, add mushrooms and saute.

Add rice and let the rice absorb all the spices well.

Add two cups of water into the rice and add salt to taste.

Cover the pressure cooker with lid and cook the rice till 4 whistle.

Switch off the gas and let the cooker cool down a bit.

After the 10 mins, open the lid of cooker, mix the rice gently with spatula.

Before serving, garnish the rice with fresh coriander leaves.

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Tip : You can remove the whole spices before serving.