We Brits often think of kebabs as a guilty pleasure. But, having seen the love and attention that goes into preparing a proper Greek kebab, I can assure you there is nothing to feel guilty about. It's all about quality ingredients and fresh zingy flavours. I'd always thought dried mint sounded a bit naff, but actually it turned out to be very delicious and it really helped create a more authentic taste. A few of these with some cold beers would be wicked. Cook them on a barbecue or in a griddle pan, depending on what's easier for you.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 702kcal
- Carbs 30.0g
- Sugar 8.7g
- Fat 40.1g
- Saturates 9.3g
- Protein 52.4g
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