Traditional Indian Food Contest Entry VII – Harabhara Kebabs! #VegetarianCuisine

The seventh contestant of the Traditional Indian Food Contest is Mrs. Ranjana Gaur from Mumbai.
About Ranjana Gaur

Ranjana Gaur is a creative and spiritual person. She has worked with Patna radio Station, Theatre in Mumbai, IPTA plays and Doordarshan as an artist. 
She is an author and her debut book published, based on spiritualism, titled, “Meri Adhyatamik Yatra” and her second book published, “Antar Smridhhi Ki Oar”
She has written about her journey on the path of spiritualism and how she attained. How she guided people to attain following the normal worldly life living among the family and people, without denouncing a normal life.
Upon my request, she agreed to participate in the Traditional Indian Food Contest. She is an all-rounder, trying her hands in all fields of creativity and her video of her culinary skills proves her excellence.
Let’s watch her video and learn how to make the vegetarian dish, 

“HaraBhara Kebab.” 

Try her method and get praised for your culinary skills by your near and dear ones.

Ingredients

Spinach
Boiled Potatoes
Jeera Powder
Green Chillies
Salt to taste
Garlic paste
Ginger paste
Cooking Oil to sauté.
Cooking Method



Explained by Ranjana Gaur in the embedded video.
You can prepare this delicacy in the monsoons and relish with a cuppa of hot tea and coffee with your loved ones. It will be wonderful to try this cuisine in winters. You can add more green veggies available in winters to heighten the taste and brighten the hues of the Kebabs.
Dear Readers,

Please try the cuisine shared by Mrs. Ranjana Gaur, Mumbai and share your experiences with us.

You can access the recipe on YouTube.

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