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Chicken Kabob in Pita Bread

Looking for weekend lunch/ diner idea? Why don't you try this chicken kabob.... it can also feast your last picnic basket in this autumn before the weather become really chill-- if you still planning to have another family picnic @(^_^)@


Served about 8

You will need half recipe of Pita Bread (you can see recipe here), or about 3 ~ 4 ready pita bread.
INgredients A:
 a boneless chicken breast (± 600 g), cut into squares
 ½ tablespoons garlic powder (or use 3 cloves fresh garlic, finely grated)
 ½ tablespoons powdered red Parika
 1 teaspoon freshly ground pepper
 1 ~ 2 tsp ground cumin
 2 tsp dried thyme 1 teaspoon spicy hot chili powder (you can add or reduce the amount)
 4 tablespoons olive oil (or other vegetable oil)
 2 tsp salt or to taste
 few bamboo skewer

Mix all marinade ingredients with chicken, stir and let stand in refrigerator at least 2 hours or overnight. Puncture and arrange the chicken in skewer, then grilled over coals or in oven(temperature 190 ⁰C) until done.
Meanwhile, get ready with your salad filling
Ingredients B:
 3 large onions, slice crescent shape
 Some celery, just pick the leaves 
 2 tsp powdered sumac--you can substitute with 1 tsp lemon juice
 2 tsp isot biber (hot black chili flakes)--you can replace with red chili flakes
 Pinch fine salt
 some lettuce
 Tomato, thinly sliced

Mix well: onions, celery, sumac, isot biber and salt , set aside.

How to serve:
Halved your pita bread. Fill with lettuce, ​​tomato sliced, onion mixture and chicken kabob. Serve warm immediately.



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10 comments:

  1. I love chicken kebab,and i love pita bread,so this is really good together,yup serve warm is the best,I like the way you grill on coals,,.looks YUMMY and tempting :)
    when I was in newyork city last week,we had dinner one night at Istanbul grill "turkey's cuisine "it was really good me and friends are enjoy them.
    Ridwan

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  2. Great idea to put the kabob's in the pita! This looks so tasty!

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  3. Oh these look amazing! I love different kinds of chicken in pitas!

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  4. What gorgeous, crispy kabobs...so yummy served in a pita~

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  5. before i became vegan, one of my favorite meals was chicken schwarma in a pita flatbread with garlic butter sauce. this looks sooo good! brings back such memories. :) hope you are having a fabulous monday, Citra!

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  6. Healthy and scrumptious! found you on YBR.

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  7. This sounds perfect any day of the week. My hubby will absolutely love this. Thanks, it looks amazing!

    Thanks for participating in the YBR!

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  8. I saw the photo on YBR - your pita looks delish :-). Great recipe!

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