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'Kebabs' - 63 Recipe Result(s)

  • Fish Kebabs with Sauce and Brown Rice

    Fish Kebabs with Sauce and Brown Rice

    Be it a special meal for family or a party, Kebabs always do the trick. Here's for you a flavorsome fish kebabs recipe. Grilled fish served with a garlicky, tangy sauce and brown rice.

  • Seekh Kebabs

    Seekh Kebabs

    Succulent kebabs made with minced lamb, marinated in variety of spices, grilled on a tandoor/oven and served with green chutney.

  • Turkish Lamb Kebabs

    Turkish Lamb Kebabs

    Chef Abdula from Turkey shows us how to make kebabs the authentic way. Kebabs originated from the south east part of Turkey, Anatolia.

  • Coriander-Cheese Chicken Kebabs

    Coriander-Cheese Chicken Kebabs

    Succulent chicken kebabs marinated with cheese, coriander, spices and grilled to perfection. An inventive fusion of western flavors with the Indian tikka.

  • Chicken Seekh Kebabs

    Chicken Seekh Kebabs

    Succulent kebabs made from tender meat, masalas and seasoning, put on a skewer and grilled golden.

  • Hara Bhara Kebabs

    Hara Bhara Kebabs

    Healthy vegetarian kebabs with spinach, peas and potatoes, shallow fried.

  • Hara Masala Kebabs

    Hara Masala Kebabs

    Kebabs made from green peas, potatoes, spinach and spices. Vegetarian and garden fresh.

  • Potato Mushroom Kebabs

    Potato Mushroom Kebabs

    Melt in your mouth kebabs made of mushrooms, potato and coated with rich flavours. Served with a mango pickle sauce.

  • Spiced Moorish Lamb Kebab

    Spiced Moorish Lamb Kebab

    Succulent lamb kebabs popularly known as Tapa, originated in the Moorish region of Spain. Spicy kebabs flavored with coriander seeds, thyme, raisins and served with hung curd dip.

  • Beetroot Kebab

    Beetroot Kebab

    These beetroot and tofu kebabs are a power house of energy. Brimming with antioxidants these kebabs hardly have any calories.

'Kebabs' - 20 Article Result(s)

  • In France, Kebabs Get Wrapped up in Identity Politics

    In France, Kebabs Get Wrapped up in Identity Politics

    In a country whose national identity is so closely connected to its cuisine, France's hard right has seized on a growing appetite for kebabs as proof of cultural "Islamisation".Four kebab houses opened last month in ...

  • Prima Doners: The Best Kebabs in Britain

    Prima Doners: The Best Kebabs in Britain

    The kebab may be best known to Brits as a down-and-dirty snack, but the real deal is a venerable, varied dish. Here are the the winners of the 2015 British Kebab awards.

  • Trailing Kebabs in Dust Bowls of Asian History

    Trailing Kebabs in Dust Bowls of Asian History

    Sometimes, one does not know when one is about to embark on a long journey to unknown lands in search of hidden secrets and treasures. This happened with me a few years ago. It was ...

  • How to Eat: Kebabs

    How to Eat: Kebabs

    How to Eat has been on the lash. Now it's kebab o'clock. But what to choose? Doner or shish? Pitta or wrap? Cheese, chips or thermonuclear chilli sauce? And is it ever acceptable to eat ...

  • Tandoori Scion on Kebab Trail - From Turkey to India

    Tandoori Scion on Kebab Trail - From Turkey to India

    Succulent morsels of meat marinated with spices and skewer-grilled in hearths or ovens have tantalised the taste buds of food lovers for centuries.These define the cuisine of the frontiers - recalling memories of rugged deserts ...

  • Juicy Kebabs From Morocco on Your Platter

    Juicy Kebabs From Morocco on Your Platter

    Are you a kebab freak and do you love exploring kebabs from different regions? Then Zerzura is the place for you, offering authentic juicy kebabs from the Middle-East and Morocco on your plate.Recently opened Zerzura, ...

  • Eid Al-Fitr: A Taste of Traditions

    Eid Al-Fitr: A Taste of Traditions

    Eid Mubarak!Eid al-Fitr literally means 'The Festival of Breaking the Fast'.  It is also known as the 'The Sugar Feast' or 'The Sweet Festival'. It marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting.  ...

  • Tickle Your Taste Buds with Kashmiri Wazwan This Eid

    Tickle Your Taste Buds with Kashmiri Wazwan This Eid

    Fitness Gurus might do their best resisting the delectable but calorie-rich Kashmiri Wazwan cuisine but lovers of good food can hardly do so, more so with Eid round the corner.As one of the most tasty ...

  • Indian foodie's cookbook in line for International award

    Indian foodie's cookbook in line for International award

    "On The Kabab Trail" by restauranteur and foodie Manish Gujaral has won the Gourmand Cook Books Award for the best foreign cuisine cookbook in India and is now in line for an international award."On The ...

  • One of Mumbai's Oldest Street Food: Bhujing

    One of Mumbai's Oldest Street Food: Bhujing

    Bhujing was created at Agashi Bhujing centre in 1940 in an area called Agashi, next to Virar which is located on the outskirts of Mumbai. Though it's not well known outside of the Virar-Vasai area, ...

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