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Post by dogshakecig on Apr 13, 2015 14:45:03 GMT -5
I wonder if you can have a sort of shish kabab that doesn't take a lot of time to cook. I know that there are places that have good carne asda grills. I also wonder about the cultural background of Shish Kababs.
So. The thin meat looks good. I bet it took about 20 minutes to cook. I think that the vegetables in the grill only take about 10 minutes. I wonder what happens to the vegetables in the other 10 minutes, while the meat is cooking?
you think that there is such a thing as vegetarian shishkababs, and if you do, then what do you think that's all about. I'd like to see some portabella mushrooms on that kabab, and possibly some onions, and maybe a whole garlic.
It would be great to sandwich a couple of raw basil leaves in there, so that it could be you know. crinkled with the heat, and provide a bit of a bite. That would be awesome, I think.
I'm a big fan also of using natural materials. I don't want any shishkababs to be on metal skewers, cause it just feels like they could be a weapon, and I want the smoky flavor of burnt wood to be inside of my shishkababs. Maybe use some kind of wood that when you expose it to heat, it turns into something neat.