Top-ranked recipe named "Spicy Turkish Ground Chicken Kabobs"
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"Very good flavor! Had some ground chicken and wanted a new way to use it. I served it with a yogurt sauce that I made using Greek yogurt. I also served with couscous."
Preheat broiler. In a large bowl, combine the ground chicken, egg whites, onion, bell pepper, 2 tb olive oil & seasonings. Mix gently until well blended. Divide into even portions that are equal to double the number of servings being made. For example, if you are making this recipe to serve four, divide the seasoned meat into 8 portions. Form each portion into a 2 1/2" - 3" long sausage. To prevent the meat from sticking too much, wet hands with cold tap water when forming the patties. Insert a flat-bladed skewer lengthwise through the meat. Gently flatten the meat & shape it into an oval (about 3" x 1 1/2") around each skewer. Repeat, placing two kabobs on each skewer. Arrange skewers on a foil-lined broiling tray. Brush lightly on both sides with remaining olive oil. Broil about 4" from source of heat until done (but not browned), about 1 1/2 - 2 minutes per side. Serve immediately over rice pilaf. Posted to EAT-L Digest - 17 Jun Date: Tue, 18 Jun 1996 15:59:12 -0600 From: Ilene Warfield
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T-money55 3 months agoDamn good! Though mine were too wet so I added some Italian bread crumbs just so I could form them. Complimented with a jalepeno yogurt dip i found at Costco. Very delicious, a new fave!
chevyjax 2 years agoVery good flavor! Had some ground chicken and wanted a new way to use it. I served it with a yogurt sauce that I made using Greek yogurt. I also served with couscous.
stevencarlawatkins 3 years agoCooked mine at 450 for 8 min in each side. I would use a little less corrainder, but that's just for my taste. Overall good recipe!
Alghero 5 years agoThey really tasted like Turkish kebabs