Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Kebab in The Middle East

Kebab in Arabic or Kabab in Persian, is a meat (goat or sheep) with seasoned oil that fried, baked, or burned, and then cut into dice satai (shish kebab), or sliced thin and shaped like sausage (kufta kebab)

There are several types of kebab, namely:

1. Chenjeh Kabab
Popular kebab in Afghanistan, and made from chopped meat goats as a cocktail sausage formed.

2. Koobideh kebab
Unique Kebab from Iran. Made from grouned beef with olive oil, onion, parsley and chopped, and formed like sausage. Originally, served with rice, pour with a raw egg. Nowadays, served with safron rice or bread, and pickle accompanied chive and roasted tomatoes.

3. Kathi kebab
The withdrawal tandoori chicken in India and Pakistan. From beef or mutton to the pricker satai and cooked in the tandoor. Served with rice and a variety of bread briyani typical Middle East, with cocolax of mint yoghurt sauce.

4. Barg kebab
Popular in Persia. Made from mutton or beef tenderloin, sliced and formed to pin satai. The ingredients are from olive oil mixture, bombay onion, garlic, and safron.

5. Shish kebab
Many found in Saudi Arabia. Made from cow or goat that slaughtered and cooked, such as dice satai. Sometimes accompanied by vegetables (eggplant, paprika, and mushrooms), which also cut with the same dice meat.

6. Chelow Kabab.
Popular dish in Iran and Persia. Made from mutton or veal, cut the form of a cube or meat such as steak. Ingredients such as spices fresh leaves and red onion (sabzi-khordan, yoghurt and chopped cucumber or yoghurt and chopped spring onion. Served with rice with sumac or Naan bread.

22 comments:

  1. I am a kebab fan of all types. Being Greek myself we love making it and I also have tried many varieties and love spicy ones too.

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  2. Ngeces bayangin makan kebab, slruuuppp...

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  3. honestly diriku belum pernah makan kebab lho, mba. Ndheso ya?? Even pas lagi di sana waktu naik haji dulu. Liat orang makan pingin juga sih..icip dan tes rasa, tp lebih tergiur menu makanan Indonesia yg kutemui di sana. Walaupun rasanya ngalor ngidul alias ngga jelas heheheh
    menu favorit tetap bakso dong...

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  4. i like kebab, i always had in my grocery list, specially the spicy.

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  5. Woah, Your article make me know that there are my kind of kebab.

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  6. wah kalo kebab aku gag terlalu suka nih mba, sioalnya agak bau dagingnya kerasa buanget

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  7. Kebab makanan favoritku di Montreal sini mba setiap kita jajan diluar atau pas ngga masak..secara susaahh kan kl makan subway atau fast food terus yg ada cm bikin kangker aja...hihi...

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  8. pernah beli kebab di depan mirota godean...akh.., rasanya jauh banget beda sama kebab yg asli di riyadh sono.

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  9. wahhh blm pernah nyobain, beliin satu dunk mba' ^^

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  10. enak... aku suka kebab ^^...
    kalo mo tau kuliner lain khususnya Bandung, dateng aja ke blogku http://kulinerbandungku.blogspot.com

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  11. I don't make kabobs myself, but I sure enjoy eating them...hmmmm...now I'm hungry.

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  12. My husband loves kebabs! i will def have to try some these for him.

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  13. I love Chelow kebabs. Your post just made me incredibly hungry.

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  14. Some relatives love kebab. It is clean meat, because these animals eat grass. We call the dish in the dialect "papaitan". The meat is cooked and broiled with a little bile and red pepper to a delicious taste..hmmm.yummy!

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  15. kebab memang rasanya uenak banget.. bisa bikin ketagihan tuh

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  16. I learned about Kebab when I moved here in Europe, otherwises I haven't heard about it. And oh, how I love to have it with french fries.

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  17. Kebab ??? Hmmm....aku suka tuh..

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  18. yummmyyyyy....
    mantaabbb tuh kebab...jadi laper

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  19. aq juga suka loh mb sama kebab..
    biasanya aq langganan kebab turkey baba rafi hehe..

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