if the weather doesn't allow you to bake the assorted barbecue on the outdoor grill, then baking them in the oven will produce almost the same delicious effect. Ingredients: basic marinade and chunks of your favorite meat, vegetables and even fruit. It's a relatively simple meal that your family will enjoy - and even picky eaters will usually find something they like! Make them healthy, season them or try something new. You can make different grilled kebabs for any occasion.
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1. Marinate your ingredients. First, make your marinade (or shop bought). Try mixing vegetable oil, garlic, lemon juice, oregano, salt and pepper in a large bowl or large liquid sealed plastic food bag. Cut the meat into small pieces, put them into a bowl or a marinade bag, and stir or mix them evenly. Marinate the beef in the fridge overnight. If you use a bowl, be sure to seal it.
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2. Prepare for cooking.
just before you take the meat out of the refrigerator, soak your bamboo stick in water for 30 minutes, and then assemble your bamboo stick. Or if you're using a metal string, brush it with a thin layer of vegetable oil. Then adjust the oven rack to make it about five inches away from the barbecue and burn the oven. span: span dpproducts / iStock / generations H3> 3. Gather your kabuba. Decide what vegetables, fruits or tofu you want to include in your toast, and then cut them into small pieces like meat. Now you can take the meat out of the fridge and put the kebabs, vegetables and any other ingredients you want to add to the kebabs.
four. It's time to cook the kabukba.
put the baked potato chips on the barbecue pot in the oven. Observe the oven carefully as the oven temperature changes. After about seven to eight minutes, turn the toast to the other side to make sure it's cooked evenly. When you insert a meat thermometer into a few pieces of beef and it reads at least 145 degrees Fahrenheit, you know it's time to remove the meat from the oven. Let's have a rest, then service and enjoy!
remove the skewers from the oven and allow them to rest on the plate for a few minutes to redistribute the juices in the meat. Then be ready to serve your family and friends and enjoy the fruits (and vegetables) you bring with your work!
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What do you think? Have you ever done shishkab before? Are you baking or cooking in the oven? Have you tried cooking in the oven before? What's your opinion? Would you like to try it in the oven next time? Share your tips, suggestions and questions in the comments below!
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