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Recipe for Kebab SteakClick image to enlarge

Recipe for Kebab Steak

Recipe for Kebab Steak

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Give that traditional steak a new leaf of life. Quick, simple and yet very delicious, this dish will certainly make the day. Any standard choice of beef or pork steak can be used.

Serves:

2

Preparation Time:

5 Minutes.

Cooking Time:

15 Minutes

Ingredients:

2 pieces of beef sirloin steaks (340g - or the steak of your choice)
 
  2 tsp (15g) Mr Huda's Kebab Paste 

Instructions:

1. Tenderise the steak.

2. Rub 1/2 tsp of the Mr Huda's Kebab Paste, neat on both sides of each steak.

3. Leave to marinate for 1/2-1 hour.

4. Cook to your choice (fry or grill).

TIPS: If frying the steak, cut 1 medium onion into fine slices and fry the onion in the same pan and oil after the steak has been cooked with a pinch of salt and cook until soft and serve on the steak.
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