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Turkish taste Chicken Kabob

Sunday bbq this time is Chicken kabob with Turkish taste. Marinade spices to soak this chicken kabob was inspired by the spices that I normally make for 'kokoreç' (Turkish spiced lamb/goat intestine). The more kinds of spices are mixed, the more great the taste .. maybe it's time you try too.


Ingrediets I:
- 2 boneless chicken breast. Cut cube as bite size.
- 2 pieces of red paprika. Discard seeds and cut cubes.
- 2 green bell pepper. Discard seeds and cut cubes
- 3 medium size onions. Cut each into quarter lengthwise.
- Some cherry tomatoes. Halved.


Ingredients for the marinade:
- 2 cloves garlic, finely grated.
- half  lemon medium size, squeeze the juice
- 2 tablespoons olive oil (or vegetable oil)
- 1/2 tablespoon Thyme
- 1/2 tablespoon basil
- 1/2 tablespoon paprika powder
- 1/2 chili powder
- 2 teaspoon cumin powder
- 1 teaspoon curry powder
- 1 teaspoon pepper powder
- salt as taste
Method:
In a bowl, combine all marinate ingredients. Jerky and soak all material I (except tomato) with marinade ingredients. Cover and let all ingredients soak at least 4 hours or more (I make it one night before)
Alternately thread chicken, paprika, onion and tomato onto skewers.  Grilled chicken kabob until done.

Enjoy it while it's hot with your favorite salad and pilaf.


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10 comments:

  1. What a beautiful, delicious and spiced dish! Really great recipe

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  2. Definitely gonna make this once my daughter is out from the hospital. :)

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  3. @Sizuka Ah.. What did happen to your baby daughter? Hope she 'll get well soon.

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  4. ooo nommy! Those look so delicious!

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  5. Hi Citra-I love the marinade spices used in your Turkish chicken kabob. Now I see that you also use paprika, and I'm certain you get the best of the best in Turkey.
    Turkish and Hungarian foods are quite closely related.
    I would like to join you in your next "kabob cookout"...Yumm!

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  6. Loved this kind of dish. Definitely will try soon.

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  7. Your kabobs make me yearn for grilling weather. The combination of flavors must be wonderful!

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  8. What wonderful flavors....I crave the bbq. :)

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  9. These look fantastic. Not only did you do a great job with the recipe, but the final kabobs on the skewers are beautiful.

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