The month of Ramadan is here and iftar is the most awaited moment for people during the day. The dinner table is adorned with a delicious array of dishes that make your mouth water as you get ready to break your day-long fast with the most luxurious feast. Ramadan Kebabi is one of the most simple yet delicious recipe, which will stand out for it's rich and delectable flavour. Prepared using minced beef, pita bread, yoghurt, garlic, onions, butter, red chilli flakes and salt-pepper, this Turkish dish will soon become a household favourite. It’s a simple dish that will sway everyone’s heart as soon as they take a bite. With aromatic stuffing and soft bread, this recipe is suitable for people of all ages. Serve this during Ramadan and get ready to be showered with loads of compliments on your culinary skills. Other than Ramadan, you can also prepare this delicious Turkish recipe for other occasions like kitty parties, potlucks, or even buffets. It’s simple enough to prepare in just 20 minutes, but the amalgamation of flavours will impress everyone to the max. So, get your ingredients ready and follow us through this easy recipe. If you enjoy this recipe, you might also like Umm Ali, Tikri Mutton, or Murgh Musallam.
500 gm beef pieces
700 gm yoghurt (curd)
1 large tomato
1 medium onion
0 chilli flakes as required
2 cloves garlic
3 teaspoon butter
0 salt as required
0 black pepper as required
5 pita bread
1 handful spinach
How to make Ramadan Kebabi
To prepare this recipe, wash the tomatoes and onions under running water and finely chop them using a clean chopping board. Turn the oven to medium heat and warm the pita bread in it for 5 minutes.
Meanwhile, take a pan over medium flame and add the chopped onions to it. Fry them till it becomes translucent and then, add the minced beef along with salt and pepper.
Cook till the beef turns brown and add the tomatoes. Cook for another five minutes before taking it off the flame. Cover the pan and set aside.
Now, take a small pan over medium flame and saute the chilli flakes in butter. Then, take the minced garlic and add it into a large bowl along with the yoghurt.
Finally, open up the pita bread and drizzle 2 teaspoons of water in it. Now, stuff with spinach, the prepared minced beef and top it with a spoonful of the garlic yoghurt mixture. Garnish with the buttery chilli flakes and enjoy the delicious Ramadan Kebabi.