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what's the difference between a Kebab & Souvlaki?
highway5
PostPosted: 14 December 2008 - 14:41:25 (653)  Reply with quote
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signing a contract with a nutritionist to legalize a closure claim by the company/restaurant in this case is the oldest scam in the history of brand management, filled with half truths. believe me, this is my job happy

but anyway, i eat kebabs/souvlakis, when i'm short on green, when i'm drunk, or when i want something extremely delicious and greasy!

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bullshit - i've seen what Athens looks like & you guys are so frigin lazy, wouldn't be surprised if you re cook meat left over from previous days. You need a vacation son
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Kebab owns


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nasa wrote:
bullshit - i've seen what Athens looks like & you guys are so frigin lazy, wouldn't be surprised if you re cook meat left over from previous days. You need a vacation son

cool

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Mmm kebab

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nothing beats kebabpizza from småland in sweden, aparently they use a special kind of meat here.


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Kebabs heart

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Here in the UK we have some absolutely fantastic Kebab shops (and some really dire ones too).

Souvlaki is cooked by Greeks and often is served with dolmadakia (stuffed grapevine leaves) and tsatziki (cucumber dip). Greek kebabs tend to be a little more fragrant (from my experience) and use plenty of herbs.

Regular (Turkish) kebabs are the ones abundant as fast food in the UK. "Doner" meat is the dodgy processed stuff that rotates on a skewer all day and can't possibly be all that hygienic (let alone good for you).

Shish kebab (chicken or lamb) is actual chunks of meat and, unless the restaurant is bad, is actually very tasty. There is a misconception about kebabs here in the UK. Everyone thinks they are really bad for you. On the contrary, a good quality shish glazed with a little olive oil, chilli sauce and some fresh salad is actually one of the HEALTHIEST fast food meals you can buy.

Lamb Kofte is also one of my favourites. Slightly more naughty, this is minced lamb rolled with oregano, onions, peppers, parsley, cumin, flour and egg and garlic. My local kebab shop serves this delight with rice, salad and a side serving of houmous and pitta bread.

In short, (good) kebabs FTW thumbsup
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Ojz0r wrote:
nothing beats kebabpizza from småland in sweden, aparently they use a special kind of meat here.

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Småländsk kebabpizza, yey

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Trance_Nation wrote:
Here in the UK we have some absolutely fantastic Kebab shops (and some really dire ones too).

Souvlaki is cooked by Greeks and often is served with dolmadakia (stuffed grapevine leaves) and tsatziki (cucumber dip). Greek kebabs tend to be a little more fragrant (from my experience) and use plenty of herbs.

Regular (Turkish) kebabs are the ones abundant as fast food in the UK. "Doner" meat is the dodgy processed stuff that rotates on a skewer all day and can't possibly be all that hygienic (let alone good for you).

Shish kebab (chicken or lamb) is actual chunks of meat and, unless the restaurant is bad, is actually very tasty. There is a misconception about kebabs here in the UK. Everyone thinks they are really bad for you. On the contrary, a good quality shish glazed with a little olive oil, chilli sauce and some fresh salad is actually one of the HEALTHIEST fast food meals you can buy.

Lamb Kofte is also one of my favourites. Slightly more naughty, this is minced lamb rolled with oregano, onions, peppers, parsley, cumin, flour and egg and garlic. My local kebab shop serves this delight with rice, salad and a side serving of houmous and pitta bread.

In short, (good) kebabs FTW thumbsup

They call it Doner Kebab, but you can not compare Doner with the real kebab. If prepared good, kebab can also not be put in the same alley as fast-food.

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R_tan wrote:
Trance_Nation wrote:
Here in the UK we have some absolutely fantastic Kebab shops (and some really dire ones too).

Souvlaki is cooked by Greeks and often is served with dolmadakia (stuffed grapevine leaves) and tsatziki (cucumber dip). Greek kebabs tend to be a little more fragrant (from my experience) and use plenty of herbs.

Regular (Turkish) kebabs are the ones abundant as fast food in the UK. "Doner" meat is the dodgy processed stuff that rotates on a skewer all day and can't possibly be all that hygienic (let alone good for you).

Shish kebab (chicken or lamb) is actual chunks of meat and, unless the restaurant is bad, is actually very tasty. There is a misconception about kebabs here in the UK. Everyone thinks they are really bad for you. On the contrary, a good quality shish glazed with a little olive oil, chilli sauce and some fresh salad is actually one of the HEALTHIEST fast food meals you can buy.

Lamb Kofte is also one of my favourites. Slightly more naughty, this is minced lamb rolled with oregano, onions, peppers, parsley, cumin, flour and egg and garlic. My local kebab shop serves this delight with rice, salad and a side serving of houmous and pitta bread.

In short, (good) kebabs FTW thumbsup

They call it Doner Kebab, but you can not compare Doner with the real kebab. If prepared good, kebab can also not be put in the same alley as fast-food.


Very true. There is nothing fast about a shish in any case, you are looking at least 15 minute wait if it is done nicely. My local kebab place is a proper restaurant too, and they let you bring your own booze in so it's an all-round cheap meal out but tastes magnificent.
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Trance_Nation wrote:
Here in the UK we have some absolutely fantastic Kebab shops (and some really dire ones too).

Souvlaki is cooked by Greeks and often is served with dolmadakia (stuffed grapevine leaves) and tsatziki (cucumber dip). Greek kebabs tend to be a little more fragrant (from my experience) and use plenty of herbs.

Regular (Turkish) kebabs are the ones abundant as fast food in the UK. "Doner" meat is the dodgy processed stuff that rotates on a skewer all day and can't possibly be all that hygienic (let alone good for you).

Shish kebab (chicken or lamb) is actual chunks of meat and, unless the restaurant is bad, is actually very tasty. There is a misconception about kebabs here in the UK. Everyone thinks they are really bad for you. On the contrary, a good quality shish glazed with a little olive oil, chilli sauce and some fresh salad is actually one of the HEALTHIEST fast food meals you can buy.

Lamb Kofte is also one of my favourites. Slightly more naughty, this is minced lamb rolled with oregano, onions, peppers, parsley, cumin, flour and egg and garlic. My local kebab shop serves this delight with rice, salad and a side serving of houmous and pitta bread.

In short, (good) kebabs FTW thumbsup


That answers nasa's question pretty much spot on. Both taste great, at the end of the day any cooked meat's quality of taste is down to the herbs and spices combo used to pep it up.
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tried another hand at a Souvlaki - Kebabs ftw
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Kebabs are real delicacy for me. happy I eat kebabs occasionally with a cabbage salad, spices, and bread. Oh, and Coca Cola. Perfect meal.

Anyways, many of the different kinds of food in the Balkan countries are actually Turkish, since Turks (Ottomans) ruled this area for more than 5 centuries and many recipes stayed written or spoken in the Balkan cuisines.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkish_cuisine


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