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What is kabab.........

Asked by Keerti Ghate, 15 Jul '07 08:42 am
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Kebabs are made from beef/mutton after having semi(half cooked)cooking.Pices are mixed with it and the boiled meat then ground to make a smooth paste.This paste is then moulded into a shape usually round or oval shaped and sometimes even flat when it is vegetarian and then pierced onto a skewer(a thin long stick that can stand the heat of cooking)and grilled.The shaped meat is alternated with chunks(big pieces)of vegetable and grilled.It is called a kebab after this process is completed.Popular in the middle east and in North India it is a very tasy food item.
Answered by souji salim, 15 Jul '07 09:29 am

 
  
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Kebab (also written as kebap, kabob, kibob) refers to a variety of grilled/broiled meat dishes in Middle Eastern cuisine and South Asian cuisine.

Kebabs usually consist of lamb and beef, though particular styles of kebab have chicken or fish. Pork is never used for kebabs by Muslims or Jews because of the religious prohibition on the meat, but is sometimes used by non-Halal or non-Kosher sellers.

Some of the mouth-watering kababs are..................

Potato Kabab. Nizam's Kathi Kabab. Banana Kabab. Shami Kabab. Bihari Kabab, Lucknow Kababs, .............Yummy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Answered by anjali sharma, 15 Jul '07 08:50 am

 
  
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Kabab is the non-veg dish without bones.
Answered by Your Friend, 15 Jul '07 08:49 am

 
  
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Marinated meat, broiled. Marinade is most often lemon juice with finely grated onion
Answered by L KINI, 15 Jul '07 08:44 am

 
  
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Wohi jiske beech mein kabhi kabhi haddi aa jati hai
Answered by golmal, 15 Jul '07 08:44 am

 
  
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