Minced lamb subtly spiced, rolled on a skewer, then roasted
Seekh Kebab is a popular Indian appetizer typically eaten with a side of green chutney. These flavorful bites of lamb are made with freshly ground whole spices. Traditionally, they’re made in a tandoor (a large clay oven), but most of us make them on the grill. Kebabs are a healthier fast food option because they are not deep-fried and include bread and salad. However, kebab meat does contain fat and the amount will vary depending on the meat used.
For a healthier option, go for a sheekh kebab, which is a skewer with whole cuts of meat or fish and is usually grilled. Kebabs made with minced lamb usually have a higher fat content, closer to 20-25% fat.