Lebanese Kebab, also known as Kafta, is a popular dish in the Middle East. This dish gets its unique essence through ground beef, onions and flavorful spices. Have it as an appetizer or pair it with maida roti, it will taste delicious in every way! So, fire up your grill and cook some delightful Lebanese kebabs. Traditionally, it’s made using ground beef, but we will be using minced goat meat.
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Grilled Lebanese Kebabs: Now in Your Kitchen!
Take a blender and add sliced onion, garlic cloves and mint leaves to it. Pulse it for 30 seconds. Do not blend it into a fine paste. Transfer this mix to a large bowl and add the minced goat meat to it. Now, add the spices such as red chilli powder, cinnamon powder, cumin powder, and salt and pepper for taste. Then, add finely chopped parsley to the bowl. Use your hands to combine the ingredients well.
Transfer the kebab mixture to the blender in portions. Now, pulse it for 10 seconds. Do the same for the rest of the mixture. Once it's adequately minced, add it to the bowl and let it rest for 30 minutes.
Take large metal skewers and mould the kebab mixture on them in a cylindrical pattern. Now, grill the kebabs on a barbeque. Make sure to light up the coal beforehand. Place the moulded kebab skewers on the barbeque and grill them evenly for 10 minutes.
Once the kebabs cooks well, remove them from the skewers. Serve it hot with Maida roti and mint chutney.
You can also cook the kebabs on a large pan. Place the pan on medium-high heat and add some oil to it and cook the kebabs for 5 minutes on each side.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Which other meat can one use to make Lebanese kebabs?
One can also use minced lamb meat to make Lebanese Kebabs
Are Lebanese Kebabs healthy?
Yes, Lebanese kebabs are a healthy fast-food option as they are not fried in any excess oil or fat.