If you think of ‘kebab’, you’re reminded of minced meat with veggies made into delectable patties that are either grilled or fried. Here, we’re giving you a version that vegetarians can enjoy. This recipe is alsoa typical example of the change brought about in the properties of the ingredients through mutual combination and preparation method. Here, the spinach, potatoes, and peas are good Pitta pacifiers – but are aggravating for Kapha and Vata. So, combining these with coriander powder, ginger and black pepper takes care of a possible Kapha aggravation, and frying the kebabs takes care of the Vata aggravating potential of these ingredients. This is interestingly true for traditional cuisines worldwide where the ingredients either enhance or counterbalance each other’s bad effects.
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