A veg twist on a Lucknow delicacy, this veg galouti kebab is our take on a timeless recipe. With a blend of aromatic spices, we’ve reimagined these plant based kebabs that have been a pride of the nawabs. This galouti kebab veg is so soft and tender that it's sure to melt in your mouth and take your taste buds on a ride beyond meat. Not to forget, this veg kebab is completely gluten-free and soy-free.
No, our Kind Mutton Galouti Kebab is not plant based. It is 100% vegetarian. At the moment, its signature melt-in-mouth texture comes from clarified butter (or ghee).
Mutton Galouti Kebab - a legacy of Lucknow - is any meat lover’s delight. We believe in keeping food delicious but while being conscious about our carbon footprint and animal ethics. So we reimagined Galouti Kebab using 100% vegetarian sources.
Vegetables, channa dal, ghee, water, cashew nut paste, spices and condiments, green chilli paste, and onion flakes. Basically all things nice and ethical :)
The Kebabs contain 4g protein per 100g serving. These kebabs are made largely from vegetables to replicate the signature melt-in-mouth texture.
Yes, given the use of clarified butter (ghee), the kebabs contain about 10g cholesterol per 100g serving. This is about half the cholesterol present in the meat version.
It’s super easy - will take you all of 4-6 minutes to fully cook and serve them. First, pre-heat the pan with clarified butter (ghee) on medium heat. Then gently place the kebabs on the pan. And cook for 2-3 minutes on each side, flipping very delicately. Do not thaw before cooking.
All our products should be kept frozen at -18℃. Once opened, zip lock the bag properly and store at -18℃. The kebabs are good to be consumed till 5 months from its manufacturing date.
The kebabs contain nuts and milk. They are manufactured in a facility that also processes wheat, barley, oats, soy and sulphite.
Kind Chicken popcorn are super tasty and crispy. If you are a fan of crispy items, this is a must have and can be replaced with other potato/cheese filled popcorn. My family, though vegetarian, liked it so much that wanted to try all other items from Sudo.