Delicious KebabFriday, November 13, 2009 Mary Anne Velasco
Since then, Kebab (especially lamb and chicken Kebab) has been one of my favorite food. I love having it with fries and Kebab sauce. Whenever we are eating Kebab in our favorite restaurant or having it delivered at home, I usually order an extra cup of sauce in addition to the first free one. Definition of Kebab (quoted from Wikipedia):
"Kebab (also occasionally transliterated as kebap, kabab, kebob, kabob, kibob, kebhav, kephav) refers to a variety of meat dishes in Turkish, Persian, Arabic, Caucasian, Central Asian, South Asian and some of the African cuisines, consisting of grilled or broiled meats wrapped in bread accompanied by lettuce and tomatoes with garlic sauce.
The most common kebabs include lamb and beef, although others use goat, squid, chicken, fish, or shellfish. Observant Muslims and Jews do not use pork for kebabs because of religious and cultural prohibitions, but pork kebabs can be found in Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Georgia, Greece, United Kingdom and India, especially in the state of Goa. Like other ethnic foods brought by immigrants and travellers, the kebab has become part of everyday cuisine in multicultural countries around the globe."