Seekh Kebab

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Seekh Kebab

Seekh Kebab

This is an amazing Seekh kebab and one of my favourite starters when I dine out. The flavours are out of this world and the meat falls apart in your mouth. You don’t even need to chew it as it is so tender. When I dine out in a new restaurant I always try the Seekh kebab to see if it is to my liking, this way I will know if I will like the rest of my food or not, as not every restaurant knows how to make it very tasty.

You all know by now how much I love my curry and the heat of it too. I think we all have our favourite restaurant and the dish we prefer. There are many kinds of Seekh kebab (or Sheikh kebab) and they are all delicious. The traditional meat used for kebab is lamb, but this also depends on local taste and some even use goat meat, so it’s really each to their own.

I prefer my Seekh kebab made with beef because I think it tastes better, but, like I said, it is really up to your personal taste, I think you should try both and see for yourself. I have not added any food colouring, unlike some recipes,because there is no need. All I’m after is the flavour and the taste.

Let’s see how it’s made:

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Seekh Kebabs
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Course Main Course
Prep Time 35 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
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Course Main Course
Prep Time 35 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Servings
portions
Ingredients
Votes: 1
Rating: 5
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Rate this recipe!
Instructions
  1. Mix all the ingredients together, including the egg, then put in the fridge.
  2. After 2 hours oil the skewers - or, if you have bamboo ones, soak them in water for 30 min so that they don't burn when you BBQ.
  3. Shape the meat into a sausage, this is the easy way to do them, then thread the skewer through the centre and put aside. Do this with all of them.
  4. When your BBQ is ready brush with olive oil or any kind of oil this will help the kebabs not to stick, then add the prepared skewers and cook, turning from time to time.
  5. Serve hot with salad or as I have made this feast fit for a king. I love showing off this dish to my friends as it is so delicious. Just beautiful - see the links below.
Recipe Notes

Always oil your BBQ grill first, before you add the meat to it, this will prevent it from sticking.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Anitha Gowda says:

    I know what I am cooking for weekend. I love sheikh kebabs.

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