kebab

[ UK /kəbˈæb/ ]
[ US /kəˈbɑb/ ]
NOUN
  1. cubes of meat marinated and cooked on a skewer usually with vegetables
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How To Use kebab In A Sentence

  • The selections this week include reflections on the Meath bus crash, Conor Lenihan as a kebab chef, a Star Wars horoscope, cyberstalking, and deranged art.
  • B industry to his new role as Chef de Cuisine of the Indian restaurant, many of which have been spent perfecting Bukhara cuisine - involving the delicate cooking of kebabs in a traditional 'tandoor' clay oven - in two of India's most renowned restaurants specialising in this culinary tradition. AMEinfo.com Latest News
  • Grilled calamari are skewered like shish kebabs, with densely flavorful cherry tomatoes.
  • Only pouring rain will stop me lighting a grill and cooking my kebabs in the open air, and it would probably take a hailstorm to prevent me from having breakfast in the garden.
  • As the night draws to a close and the remaining few are left in the town's pubs, landlords and landladies call time at 11 before you stagger into the Indian-Chinese-Italian-Mexican-or Kebab shop takeaway and you're in the midnight hour.
  • Pizzas are grilled, and kebabs threaded with bread between the chunks of meat, to soak up their juices as they cook.
  • And toss in a barbie with kangaroo kebabs, plus healthy juices to drink.
  • But it's essential to leave enough room for the star attraction here: the saltily marinated churrasco, especially the fantastic sirloin (fatty or lean, rare to medium), very flavorful roast pork, and chicken kebabs kept succulent with wraparound bacon. Boston Phoenix - thePhoenix.com
  • Having rushed around all day, we nipped out for a takeaway, mixed kebab meat, sausage and chips with garlic mayo and it was delicious.
  • Markets often have butchers or cooked meat shops that specialize in the head and trotters, that is, the non-organ meats that are not suitable for stews and kebabs.
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