The aroma and taste of neatly arranged meat on a stainless kebab skewer are truly extraordinary. Making Shish Kebab might seem quite easy. However, don’t underestimate the intricacies involved. Shish kebabs are quite prone to falling apart during preparation and grilling.
Originating from Turkey and the Turks, kebab has actually spread to every corner of the world, with variations in recipes found on almost every continent. Kebabs typically involve cubed or minced meat that is marinated or seasoned and threaded onto hygienic stainless kebab skewers along with vegetables. After threading, kebabs are usually cooked on a grill or barbecue. While original Turkish kebabs use lamb, the use of chicken and beef is also quite common.
The leg parts of lamb meat would be a great choice for kebab meat. It’s essential to select good quality meat from a reliable butcher before preparing shish kebabs and then to make the right choice of a stainless kebab skewer.
Choosing the Right Skewers
If you are someone who frequently makes kebabs, investing in stainless kebab skewers is essential. They are much sturdier, last for many years, and are more resilient to flames compared to other cheaper options. You can use these hygienic and stainless skewers for generations to come.
The animal-themed stainless skewer options from Alba Kebab Skewers will be a delightful choice to complement your kebab experience. Offering a range of different skewer options, Alba Kebab Skewers provides the most suitable and high-quality stainless kebab skewer options for both home and industrial use.
To produce well-cooked and flavorful kebabs, uniform meat pieces are necessary. The perfect size is a cube of 2-4 cm. It should be large enough to hold when skewered and small enough to cook quickly. In other words, it’s an ideal medium size.
If the cut is not in the form of cubes (depending on the type of meat chosen), you can slice it into strips and thread it onto the skewer by folding.
A Delicious Spice Mix
In a small bowl, mix half a tablespoon of Aleppo pepper, 1 cup of full-fat yogurt, 3 tablespoons of olive oil, 2 tablespoons of red wine vinegar, 2 tablespoons of tomato paste, 2 teaspoons of salt, 1 teaspoon of freshly ground black pepper, 6 cloves of grated garlic, and the juice of one lemon until the spices are evenly distributed. After letting it sit for a while, you can now thread it onto skewers and start grilling on your barbecue or grill.
You can take a look at our catalog for more information on animal-themed stainless skewer models and stainless kebab skewer options.