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Kebapi

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Ingredients

  • 500g pork mince
  • 500g beef mince
  • 200g brown onion
  • 200ml soda water or sparkling mineral water
  • 3 tbsp sea salt
  • 1 tbsp ground pepper
  • 2 tbsp hot chilli flakes (Bukovska piper)
  • 1 roasted green bullhorn pepper

Method

1. Roast green pepper in oven or on stove top

2. Place in a plastic bag for 5 minutes to 'sweat'

3. Peel green pepper, remove seeds and finely chop 

4. Finely chop onion

5. Combine meat, pepper, onion and seasoning

6. Pour soda water over meat

7. Using your hands, combine all ingredients by 'kneading' meat mixture for approximately 20 minutes until all liquid has absorbed and meat becomes fluffy

8. Cover with cling wrap and place in refrigerator overnight

9. Take a small ball of meat and mould in to a small sausage

10. Place on an oiled tray

11. Cook on a charcoal BBQ or in a wood-fired oven for an authentic taste

12. Serve with sliced onion, zelka salata (cabbage salad) or Ajvar


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