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    Satonic makes Kebabs

    Ok first I'm not sure if this is classed as a wrap, a kebab or a kebob but I call it a kebab Also I'm terrible at taking photos and was using a iPhone so sorry about quality!

    The marinade -

    4 large cloves of garlic, grated or crushed
    1 1/2 tsp of cumin powder
    1/2 tsp cinnamon powder
    1/2 tsp (or more) chilli powder
    1 tsp paprika
    1/4 tsp black pepper powder
    1/4 tsp ground chives
    1 1/2 tbsp tomato puree
    1/2 tsp brown sugar
    2 tbsp lemon juice
    2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
    1/2 tsp salt

    I only had 2 chicken breasts at the time, next time I'll use 4 I think. Chop into 1inch cubes and add to marinade. Chuck in the fridge for a couple of hours (overnight if poss).

    Now make the garlic sauce.

    I made my own take on garlic sauce/tzatziki -

    1 tub Greek Plain Yoghurt
    4 Garlic cloves grated (was strong maybe use 2?)
    Pinch Salt and Pepper
    1/2 a lime juiced
    Cucumber skinned, de-seeded and chopped.

    Mix together and chill.

    I then quickly made a very simple mix of chopped onion, tomato, corriander, lime juice & seasoning.

    I cheated and purchased pitta bread from Villa as I hate making any sort of dough.

    Once chicken had marinated I oven cooked on a tray at 200 for 30 mins. (Wrap pita bread in foil and add to the oven for the last 5-7 mins of cooking.) I could have bbq'd on skewers (its raining) or fried (lazy).

    The chicken before it enters the oven -



    The chicken after cooking



    The sides (The previously made garlic sauce, onion & tomato, shredded lettuce, Sriracha chilli sauce)



    Lay the pita out, add the lettuce and chicken



    The onion and tomato



    The Sriracha sauce



    Finally add the garlic sauce (I like this bit )



    Wrap and enjoy with a nice cold beer



    Cheers
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    hiew liew!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetter View Post
    hiew liew!!!
    Haha, well I still have 2 left and would share but I live near swampy so I guess a bit of a drive for you

    They tasted great BTW

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    Well done mate ,, nice to see someone making an effort in here ,, although not something I would like ,, but I do appreciate your efforts ,, green in your bin

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan View Post
    Well done mate ,, nice to see someone making an effort in here ,, although not something I would like ,, but I do appreciate your efforts ,, green in your bin
    Cheers mate.

    I will make crispy duck and mandarin pancakes from scratch when I can and make another photo thread. Takes a lot of time which I don't have right now so probably won't be for another couple of weeks.

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    ^ Sounds promising , will look forward to it ,, and yes I know , been there done it etc really good to see another contributor in the kitchen ,, after all we all gotta eat !

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    Nice post,looks delicious will give it a go, refreshing contrast to thai spicy styles.

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    Looks lush Satonic, but next time dont zoom in so close like Chairman Mao does, so we can rip the piss out of the state of your oven and work surfaces, cheap crockery and budget sauces

    Thanks

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    Can I come over mate? Green inbound!! I am hungry!

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    Looks good, but not for me. Looks a bit heavy on the stomach. Keep up the good work, looks like you're handy in the kitchen.

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    Cheers guys. I cook a lot but have never thought to make a photo thread as didn't think anyone would be interested, but now I will definably contribute here more often.

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    You didnt think anyone would be interested ?

    Be wary of PM's from a substancially sized chap called Nige who will eat you out of house and home

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    They look and sound really nice. I'll make them sometime this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natalie8 View Post
    They look and sound really nice. I'll make them sometime this week.
    Hi Natalie8,

    Do you recognise these then? (Re: Your comment attached to the rep) -



    I make these quite often but I have to import the vine leaves as I have only seen them for sale here once or twice.

    Sorry about the quality of the photo but I didn't know I would be sharing it on a forum anytime!

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    I used to eat those with hummus almost every day when I was in Dubai. All freshly made at the various supermarkets. Yum yum, you're making me crave them now.

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    Nice one. I might do something like these in the next few days.

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    Yes, they do look rather nice. Ms Bangyai and myself are pretty bored with Thai food right now so I might give this ago. Or even better....try to get her to make them whilst I neck some beer.

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    WOW

    My wife has a restaurant and I built (ok actually hired someone to build her a) brick pizza oven. It work very well and I have been thinking.... it would also work well for pita and naan.

    And I was thinking I would love to have a kebab--used to be this AMAZING place in Hong Kong right at the end of Lan Kwai Fong called Midnight Express. It cost $10 (and that was nearly 20 years ago) but the kebabs were spectacular. lamb of course. After reading this thread I really wan to make those.

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    ^ Chop Chop

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    Quote Originally Posted by brucev
    My wife has a restaurant and I built (ok actually hired someone to build her a) brick pizza oven. It work very well and I have been thinking.... it would also work well for pita and naan. And I was thinking I would love to have a kebab--used to be this AMAZING place in Hong Kong right at the end of Lan Kwai Fong called Midnight Express. It cost $10 (and that was nearly 20 years ago) but the kebabs were spectacular. lamb of course. After reading this thread I really wan to make those.
    Just do it then. Pita bread is probably the simplest bread to make.

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    Nice! Cheers Satonic, this is going on the menu sometime next week!

    Quote Originally Posted by Satonic
    Ok first I'm not sure if this is classed as a wrap, a kebab or a kebob but I call it a kebab
    I'd call it a kebab too. It's a bit like a donor, shawarma or Gyro without the spinning elephants leg.

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    Satonic do you think your marinate is the same for lamb?

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    I think we could use the pizza dough--a place in france did it that way in an outdoor market--same dough for pizza or kebab. Just use less!

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    ^ Don't worry Bruce, there in the far minority.

    Stick some pics and recipes from yer restaurant up. There's a good few of us who enjoy our food on here.


    Edit, hang on, that doesn't make any sense now the posts have been deleted.

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    hahaha Mao no problem. I remember from the past that pics re not easy here but I will do my best.

    Here is her facebook page. Some pics there...

    https://www.facebook.com/luckyskitchenbanphe

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