Chicken Seekh Kebab Roll Recipe

Conjuring up lunch box ideas is a task. Ask any mom and she will definitely agree! My mother hates the idea of coming up with something different and easy to make each day. :D Try making these simple chicken seekh kebab rolls over the weekend. And you will have a bunch of happy people on your table! (The Part Time Cook pwomise!)

Well, in this series of posts, we will cover simple to make and delicious to eat lunchbox ideas. :)

Made this one today. Chicken Sheekh Kebab Rolls. Deceptively easy to make, it took me 15 minutes including preparation, cooking & plating. :)

Chicken Seekh Kebab Rolls

Chicken Seekh Kebab Rolls

Sounds good? Well, read on.

Makes 4


4 chapatis ( Am guessing you don’t need a recipe for this one! :D )

1 onion (sliced thinly)

1 tomato (sliced thinly)

Half a lemon

Mayonnaise (2 tbsp)

Mustard (1 tbsp)

Store Brought Chicken Seekh Kebabs  - 150 – 170 grms (cut into long thin strips)

Oil – 1 tsp

Cooking and Plating:

1. Heat the oil in a pan and lightly fry the pieces of Chicken Seekh Kebabs for 4-5 minutes

2. While the seekh kebabs are frying, start assembling the rolls

3. Spread half a tablespoon of mayonnaise and a bit of the mustard all over the chapati

4. Take some of the sliced tomatoes and onions and spread over the chapati

5. Squeeze a bit of time to cut through the richness of the mayonnaise

6. Take the kebabs off the heat and divide into 4 portions

7. Place 1 portion of the kebabs onto the chapati

8. Neatly, fold (Very important that the folding is done well. Else, it will be a messy eat! )

9. Repeat for the rest of the chapatis

10. Tadaaaa

Now, that is simple, isn’t it?

Chicken Seekh Kebab Rolls

Chicken Seekh Kebab Rolls

Cooking Level: New Cook

When do you make this?

  • Lunch (Duh)
  • Evening Snack
  • When you want to cook for your mom
  • When you want to cook for your sweetheart
  • When you are pressed for time and need filling food
  • When you are inviting me over for lunch :D

You can also replace the chicken seekh kebabs and instead have the more succulent mutton seekh kebabs. (Shame that half my family doesn’t like mutton! :( )

For sides, you can try baked potato wedges and a light and summery lettuce salad. And not to mention a chilled pint of beer. ( You can NEVER go wrong with a pint of chilled beer! We compiled a list of the most popular international beers. Go on, have a peek!)

Note: If you are eating this with a bunch of other people over lunch, make sure you carry extras. Else, you will not get any. Hehe. (That is 100% true!)

I was asked, what do you want to be when you grow up? As a kid I answered that I wanted to be a good person. It was only recently that I realized that all I want to do, is eat good food. And make good food, since; for me, and I quote George Bernard Shaw - "There is no love sincerer, than the love of food."

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  • Akhil Mordia


  • Kashmira

    But but…I want to know how to make the kababs

    • Anindita Debnath

      Okay Kash, will put them up in another post! :)