Beef Koobideh Kabob
Beef Koobideh or Kabob Koobideh is a Persian meat kabob that is made from ground lamb or beef, often mixed with spices and onions. In Farsi, Koobideh means slammed, which refers to the style in which the meat is prepared. Koobideh Kabob is one of the most well-known and popular kabobs you can find in Iran. This Kabob is usually grilled over char-broil fire. Iranians often eat kabob with rice that’s called “Chelow Kabob” or “Chelo kabob” or just by bread.
Beef Koobideh Kabob Benefit and Calories
Beef Koobideh is high in D, C, B1, B2, B6, B12 vitamins, calcium, and omega3. Having high protein makes beef Koobideh kabob an excellent choice for athletes. It also prevents daily tiredness. One serving of ground beef kabob has 234 calories.
Beef Koobideh Kabob Ingredients:
- Ground beef
Beef Koobideh Kabob Recipe
- Mix ground onion, salt, the ground meat, sumac, turmeric, and pepper with your hands well for five minutes into a smooth paste.
- Wet or oil your fingers, so the meat does not stick to them when you are making the kabobs.
- Use a fist-size portion of meat, work the meat around the skewer. With your fingers squeeze the meat completely over the skewer.
- Put the skewer on a shallow sheet; the meat should not touch the floor of the baking sheet. Remember to leave the tip of skewer bare and at least one inch from the handle empty.Enjoy delicious beef Koobideh kabob with rice, green pepper, onion, lime or bread.