Lean Beef Chapli Kebab Recipe for KETO

Enjoy a delicious and easy-to-make Chapli Kebab with lean minced beef, perfect for your KETO diet. Learn how to make it in this post.

Easy KETO Chapli Kebab

Love eating those kebabs – but worried about your Cholesterol?

We’re all getting a little closer to a healthy lifestyle. For this, most of us are giving up street food indulgence.

But don’t worry; We got your back. We’re sharing our take on how to enjoy street food or a restaurant meal in the comfort of your home. Simple Ingredients ­­­­­for that Restaurant Style Flavor. Try this super easy Beef Chapli Kebab and enjoy it guilt free ??

Easy Chapli Kebab – LEAN Minced Beef for KETO – Beef Chapli Kebab Recipe

Recipe by VanshikaCuisine: Indian, PakistaniDifficulty: Medium


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  • Minced Beef – Lean -1lb

  • 1 small onion – chopped

  • 1 small tomato- chopped

  • 1 egg – whisked

  • Salt – to taste

  • Red chili powder / paprika – to taste

  • Chaat Masala (optional) – 1 tsp

  • Dhania powder / coriander powder – 1/2 tsp

  • Garam masala (optional) – a pinch

  • Ginger Garlic (GG) paste – 1 tbsp

  • Turmeric powder (optional) – a pinch again

  • Fresh / Dried Mint leaves – if fresh chopped

  • Fresh / Dried Cilantro leaves – if fresh chopped

  • Green chili (optional) – chopped


  • Mix all the ingredients. Knead and bind them together.
  • Take Lemon sized balls and flatten them
  • Heat your pan
  • Drizzle Ghee or Oil (of your choice)
  • Place them and cook them on Medium heat – Uncovered
  • Flip every 5-7 minutes
  • Kebabs are ready in about 15 minutes Enjoy with naan, bread or as a tortilla wrap filling with your favorite salad, dips and chutney 🙂

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Vanshika Siddiqui, also known as 'The Lazy Chef,' is a culinary explorer passionate about Delhi's vibrant street food. Growing up in the bustling lanes of Chandni Chowk and Connaught Place, she learned the art of re-creating Delhi-cacies. Now, she shares her love for Indian flavors with the world through her website and Youtube Channel, The Lazy Chef Cooking. Join her on this flavorful journey, where every dish is a story seasoned with love and a dash of spice.

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