Kenyan Kebabs

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Kenyan Kebabs. Kenyan kebabs are street food staple all across east africa and a great snack for parties. There’s something special about kenyan mutton kebabs and it has to do with the egg coating.

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Kenyan kebabs are street food staple all across east africa and a great snack for parties. A kenyan lady has devised an ingenious way of making kebab with just slices of brown bread, minced meat, spices and local vegetables. I like the simplicity of this lamb seekh kebab recipe.

Shape the kababs and fry!

Most seem to have twenty or more ingredients and take quite a while to assemble. Kenyan mince meat kebabs are quite the in thing in the fast food restaurants. One will not be enough.

This is because of the strong indian influence along the coastal area, in fact some are made by using skewers and are known as seekh kebabs (story.

First time my husband tried this he could not stop praising them. There’s nothing wrong with that if you have the time. Coat the kebabs lightly with all purpose flour then dip them in the beaten eggs.

If kababs break during frying, mash them back in the mixture and add a bit of gram.

Heat your oil and deep fry your kebabs for around a minute to allow the egg coating to harden. Ingredients:minced meat, 2eggs, flour, cabbage, 1big onion, ginger, gerlic(saumu) and salt. Remove the kebabs from the oil and drain on paper towels before coating them a.

I always measure the ingredients with my eyes but i will try to give the estimate.

1/ teaspoonful of tumeric powder; This restaurant style lamb seekh kebab recipe is so good! Once done, remove from the heat, and set aside.

Kenyan kebabs are street food staple all across east africa and a great snack for parties.

3 gloves of garlic grated; Ingredients of cooking kebab meal. A kenyan lady has devised an ingenious way of making kebab with just slices of brown bread, minced meat, spices and local vegetables.