Kabab Koobideh

Kabab Koobideh (+Others!)

Kabab Koobideh (+Others!)

When I first flicked through Simply I spotted the recipe for Kabab Koobideh and knew I had to cook it!

The Meat:

1kg of minced lamb from my local butcher. Very important to ask for 30% fat and Sabrina reminded me of this when I said I was going to cook it.

The Prep:

The mince was mixed with onions, turmeric, bicarb of soda, salt and pepper then shaped onto the skewers and pinched along the way. I used the flat Thuros skewers off my T1 grill so the meat would stick on better.

Kabab Koobideh

The Cook:

A full chimney starter of lit charcoal poured equally over the base of the Napoleon Pro 22 grill and left to settle for a bit before the skewers were placed on top along with some tomatoes.

Kabab Koobideh

The skewers were rotated frequently during the cook

Kabab Koobideh

Some flatbreads went on too, these are Greek flatbreads from Tesco. Pretty good if you can’t be bothered to make some.

Kabab Koobideh

Time to Eat:

Served up – Flat breads, kebabs, mint, red onion and tomatoes.

Kabab Koobideh

SUMMARY:

I think everyone loves a kebab, I know I do and this was a beauty! Before cooking this I was a bit worried about the meat falling off the skewers during the cook but it all held together well. I did use a spatula to lift them slightly as I turned them which helped.
Cracking meal and super tasty, I would make this one again for sure.
 
Cook Difficulty: 3/5 
Cook Duration: Short: 2/5
Cook Equipment: Napoleon Pro 22
Cook Method: Charcoal – Direct
Charcoal: Globaltic
Smoking Wood: N/A
Cook temperature: 250°C
Cook time: 10 minutes
Internal temperature: 70°C
Notes: No major changes for this one
 
This recipe is from Simply by Sabrina Ghayour:
 

Also cooked this week:

What else was cooking in the shack this week?

Goat Raan:

I cooked this before and have been meaning to cook it again as I didn’t get it quite right the first time:

Kid Goat Raan (+Others!)

Goat shoulder from Cabrito Goat

Goat Raan

Rub applied, what a colour!

Goat Raan

Into the largest pan I have (it’s like a cauldron!) then onto the Weber Smokefire

Goat Raan

Many hours later

Goat Raan

Love the colour of this!

Goat Raan

It pulled apart easily

Goat Raan

Plated up and topped with pomegranate seeds and chopped mint

Goat Raan

Close up

Goat Raan

I really enjoyed cooking and eating this one, I took a bit more time with the sauce and was happy with how it came out this time. Great dish!

This recipe is from Goat by James Whetlor:
 

Moghrabieh Salad:

Trying to eat a bit healthier and when I saw this recipe in Bazaar I had to give it a try.

Moghrabieh Salad

Giant couscous, red peppers, yellow peppers, cinnamon, dill, parsley, pine nuts, honey and chilli.

This dish was so tasty I had to have two portions, great for a quick and tasty lunch.

This recipe is from Bazaar by Sabrina Ghayour:
 

Spicy Lamb: 

More lamb this week and this time it was Spicy Lamb pizzas using the recipe in the Franco Manca book. The lamb mince was part cooked as the Ooni Pro heated up.

First one was a little out of shape but looked good.

spicy lamb

Second one was a bit better but still not totally round!

spicy lamb

Third and last, perfect this time and I always eat the last pizza so this was a result!

spicy lamb

I really enjoyed this pizza, lamb mince on a pizza has been a revelation to me and I wish I had tried it sooner. This was awesome, definitely recommend it.

This recipe is from the Franco Manca book:
 

Vension steaks with mushroom, horseradish and mustard sauce:

Last but not least!

I am slowly working my way through the half a venison I bought from Butchery at Bowhouse and with some venison steaks in the freezer this looked a great recipe for them. 

Red onions into a petromax pan on the Napoleon Prestige Pro 825 gas burner.

spicy lamb

Steaks in

Venison steaks

Flipped

Venison steaks

Served up with mushroom, horseradish and mustard sauce plus some water cress.

Venison steaks

Goodness me this was a great meal, pretty easy to cook but very tasty. The steaks are not massive but I find venison very filling.

This recipe is from Venison by Jose Souto:
 
That’s it for this blog post, some great cooks and a good week of eating! Until next time.

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