In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- When hot, place the paneer skewers on it and grill for three to four minutes, turning them regularly, until lightly charred all over.
- Kebab is the common word for meat roasted in pieces or slices on a skewer or as meatballs on a grill.
- The most famous dish of Turkish origin is the shish kebab, pieces of lamb grilled on a skewer.
- Pierce the skin with a metal skewer and check that the juices contain no sign of blood.
- Pieces of lamb threaded on a skewer and grilled over hot charcoal is known around the world as shish kebab.
- In the middle of my dinner, some waiters emerged carrying a stick, on top of which many skewers of meat, seafood and vegetable balls had been inserted.
- The large skewer of marinated lamb pieces came with a mint and honey sauce combination which was described as ‘unusual but very good’ by an appreciative diner.
- Warm the barbecue up to medium heat and place the skewers on the grill.
- Boneless cubes of lamb are marinated in spicy yogurt and arranged with vegetables on metal skewers.
- Peppers and tomatoes can be barbecued on the skewers between meat pieces.
- Meat skewers range from chicken yakitori to leg of lamb to beef tongue.
- You can check the cake is cooked by inserting a metal skewer into its centre, which should come out clean.
- Lili's lemon sole was accompanied by peeled prawns grilled kebab-style on skewers and a generous selection of boiled new potatoes.
- Alternatively, you can use normal metal skewers.
- Secure each piece with a wooden skewer and place on a parchment-lined sheet pan.
- Grill skewers of cubed meat or poultry with colourful vegetables.
- Metal skewers should be used for kebabs as wood can catch light, another benefit of metal is that it aids cooking.
- It melts well, and is sometimes grilled on skewers with pieces of vegetable.
- Thread the pieces of chicken in a zig-zag fashion on to the metal or bamboo skewers and set to one side.
- Brochette is a posh way of referring to lumps of meat stuck on a skewer.
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- As she waited for the meat to prepare, she skewered a lump of pale golden paraphernalia roasting at the fire.
- Wiley found a couple of long thin sticks to skewer the fish.
- When we came from London to see how the renovations for the house were shaping up we found the builders skewering freshly marinated meat for a barbecue and a popping open a bottle of rosé.
- Kris snorted quite audibly, then skewered the meat on a stick.
- Many of the apples are being skewered onto sticks creating an even more dangerous hazard.
- She passed him a stick on which bite-sized chunks of meat had been skewered.
- Eleanor watched him feed the fire and then skewer the fish and immediately set the over the fire.
- Her spear had a longer reach, and he was skewered.
- Local lore has it that the fish were once so plentiful that it was possible to skewer them with hay forks.
- Each item was skewered on a cocktail stick and laid like sun rays around the plate, which also had a flower intricately carved out of turnip for decoration.
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