Kebab history


Döner kebab 

In Turkish, literally "rotating kebabs" are sliced ​​lamb, beef or chicken, slowly roasted on a vertically rotating spit. Döner kebab is mostly served in pita bread with a salad, but also in a salad and bread or fries dish, and is used to prepare Turkish pizzas called "pide" or "kebabpizza".

Turkish kebab

Turkish kebabs are simple or marinated meat dishes that are grilled or steamed. Almost every district has its own kebab. This dish is very popular all over Turkey and its popularity has spread all over the world. Kebab was brought to immigrants and passengers today are a key part of American and European fast food. There are many types of kebabs in Turkey, including skewer, small dice grilled meat, Döner kebab, which is a large piece of lamb or chicken that rotates on a vertical spit..

Varieties of Turkish kebab

The Doner Kebab, a rotating kebab, first saw the light of the world in the 19th century bourgeoisie, later derived from other types of kebab, such as Mexican tacos al pastor, Greek gyros and Middle East shawarma.

Kebab in the Iranian version

Kebab in the Iranian version of كباب (also kebap, kabab, kebab, kibob, kebhav, kephav, qabab) is a wide range of meat dishes originating in Iran. Traditional kebab meat is lamb, but depending on local tastes, it can also be beef, goat, chicken, pork or fish and seafood, or even vegetarian dishes such as falafel or tofu. Like other ethnic food, immigrants were brought.

Kebab has become a part of everyday cuisine in multicultural countries around the world ....….