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ke·bab

or ke·bob also ka·bob  (kə-bŏb′)
n.
Shish kebab.

kebab

(kəˈbæb)
n
(Cookery) a dish consisting of small pieces of meat, tomatoes, onions, etc, threaded onto skewers and grilled, generally over charcoal. Also called: shish kebab, kabob or cabob
[C17: via Urdu from Arabic kabāb roast meat]

ke•bab

or ka•bob

(kəˈbɒb)

n.
small pieces of meat or seafood seasoned or marinated and broiled, often with peppers, onions, or other vegetables, on a skewer.
[1665–75; < Arabic, Hindi]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kebab - cubes of meat marinated and cooked on a skewer usually with vegetableskebab - cubes of meat marinated and cooked on a skewer usually with vegetables
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
souvlaki, souvlakia - made of lamb
Translations
كَبابكَبَابٌ
kebab
kebabgrillspyd
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カバブ
케밥
kebabas
kebabs
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món thịt nướng kebab

kebab

[kəˈbæb] Nkebab m, pincho m moruno, anticucho m (Peru, Bol, Chile)

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kebab

[kəˈbæb] nkebab m inv (spiedino di carne e verdura)

kebab

(kiˈbӕb) noun
small pieces of meat etc, usually cooked on a skewer. They ate kebabs and rice in the Indian restaurant.

kebab

كَبَابٌ kebab kebab Kebab κεμπάπ pincho kebab brochette kebab kebab カバブ 케밥 kebab kebab kebab espetinho, kebab кебаб kebab เนื้อและผักชิ้นเล็กเสียบด้วยไม้เสียบแล้วย่าง kebap món thịt nướng kebab 烤肉串
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A'Saffa Foods' has an appetising and tasty range of ready-to-cook product options such as A'Saffa Nuggets, Franks, Tender Chicken Breast, Chicken Tikka, Chicken Shawarma and Seekh Kebab, to name a few.
Daal, sabzi, Chicken masala, chicken with mushroom sauce and seekh Kebab along with two rice platters to choose from.
Next we tucked into a feast of succulent lamb tikka, chicken tikka, tandoori chicken, seekh kebab and hot nan bread served with spicy peanut butter sauce.
The menu includes Chicken Tikka Masala, roasted chunks of chicken swimming in spicy sauce made of ginger, garlic, onion, chili, yoghurt and coconut milk; and Seekh Kebab, ground pork mixed with ground onions, ginger paste, chili, cilantro, cumin, coriander and cayenne pepper.
If you eat Indian food regularly, you'll see it's pretty similar to a seekh kebab, which is almost always found in the tandoori section of an Indian restaurant's menu and is popular with good reason.
Tandoori bharwaan aloo, achari paneer tikka, harra-bhara kebab and subz seekh kebab are hugely recommended.
As evident from the name the bread used to make this sandwich is the world famous naan bread and the filling can be as per your choice ranging from chicken tikka, seekh kebab, paneer bhurji, vegetable bharta, aloo subji and much more.
Instead we began with an Einstein in India starter (PS8) - shami kebabs stuffed with mint jelly, sous vide Lucknowi lamb chops with home-made candy floss, Hyderabadi mince cupcake with beetroot chilli foam and a lamb seekh kebab with cold whisky smoke served on a bed of mixed caviars.
We watch with wonder how the gentlemen makes this special kind of seekh kebab with tenderised beef, tying a string around it to hold the meat on the skewer.
Bring alive your spirit and discover the traditions of this holy month with your family and friends and indulge in an authentic & traditional Indo-Pak Iftar fare with specialties such as Refreshing Rooh Afza, Kamaradin, Chowkitikki, Lahori Machi, Keema Mattar, Lamb Musaka, Gosht Seekh Kebab, Haleem, Chapli Kebab, Tangri Afghani, Machli Chutneywala, Mutton Bihari Kebab, Mutton Namkin Gosht, Hyderabadi Mutton Biryani, Badam Kheer, Jelabi, Sheviya and all-time favourite um-ali and baklava from Mumtaz Mahal & Bastakiya Cafe & Restaurant Kitchen laid in a scrumptious royal style buffet along with warm and welcoming hospitality.
It is served with Seekh Kebab Masala, made from minced meat and spices, and is stir-fried with salsa.
Dining with a vegetarian, she ordered the Vegetarian Seekh Kebab (LE 82), I ordered the Dhaniya Murg Curry (based on our waiter's recommendation) of chicken cooked in a coriander seed and cashew nut gravy (LE 90).