Do you miss your hometown’s bustling street corner, alive with the sizzle and aroma of local street food? One of these beloved street food icons is the bun kabab. Also known as the Poor Man’s Burger, it combines a soft bun, a savory shallow-fried shami kabab, and a blend of spicy chutneys and veggies on top.
But the authenticity in the taste and ingredients that you find in street food can’t be found easily elsewhere. So how do you recreate this street-side wonder in your own kitchen, especially when you’re far, far away from home? That’s where Taza steps in, bringing easy-to-make authentic bun kababs for you.
So just take out the frozen Taza bun kababs and follow this easy and quick guide to relish the desi bun kababs in the comfort of your home!
Let’s get going!
From freezer to feast
Making a perfect bun kabab starts by getting Taza bun kababs out of your freezer. Beat the eggs with a sprinkle of salt, then generously coat the kababs before frying them to a perfect golden brown. In the same pan, with a little oil, toast the buns until they’re just right – crispy on the outside, and soft on the inside.
Assembling the perfect bun kabab
The assembly of a bun kabab is where you get to play with flavors. Take the bun base first and generously spread it with some Taza imli and chilli dip and sauce, Taza green chili dip and sauce, and minty pudina chutney. Then top it with the Taza bun kabab you just fried. If you would like some veggies, add some slices of onion, tomato, cucumber, and a bit of the egg mixture over it.
For an extra flavor kick, add more imli sauce, pudina chutney, and a sprinkle of chat masala. Place the other half of the bun on top and give it a final heat on the pan, pressing slightly to ensure everything melds together beautifully.
And bingo! The YUMMY bun kabab is ready to eat! Cut it in half and serve it with extra sauces on the side for an added spice kick. Lastly, Taza products haven’t just simplified the process of making bun kababs; it has brought a taste of the streets into our homes. So go ahead, bring out your Taza bun kababs, and let the street-style feast begin!