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Sunday, 3 March 2013

Homemade kebabs

Why not make your own healthy Chicken kebabs.

Thinly slice chicken fillets add curry spices (Chicken tikka, garam masala or a decent mix from the Asian supermarket)

Add raita or natural yogurt (enough to coat all the chicken) mix well, put cling film over the top and leave in the fridge for an hour.

Roughly slice red onions & peppers.

Heat a large griddle or frying pan and then add oil (not olive oil as it will burn) I use groundnut oil but veg or sunflower oil will do.

Fry off the onions/peppers for 1 minute then add the marinated chicken. The chicken should cook very quickly if sliced thin enough.

At the end of cooking add some fresh roughly chopped coriander (if you have any)

Prepare some salad for your kebab, whatever you like!!

Serve on wraps, nan breads, pittas or lavash breads and a good squirt of raita or yoghurt.


Check out your local Asian supermarket the choice of breads are amazing and all big enough to make your kebabs!! The nan breads you get in your local supermarkets are not that good.

Add mushrooms to your kebab and make it into a London style kebab.

This recipe is also great for bbqs, just bbq the chicken and if you use a bbq tray you can also cook your veggies.

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