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Unread 05-06-2012, 03:18 AM   #1
LM600
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Default Homemade Doner Kebab / Gyro (Pron!)

I decided to have a go at making my own doner kebab....the recipe is :

500g Regular Lamb Mince
500g Lean Lamb Mince
60g Kebab Seasoning

What I did is :

Pre chilled the mince for half an hour in the freezer.

Put the mince and the seasoning into a food processor and blended it until it was a sticky lump.

I then oiled my hands and transferred the mince to a piece of clingfilm....I probably won't oil my hands again as some got into the mince and stopped the meat sticking together completely, it was no biggie but I thought I'd screwed it up at one point during the cook but it was all good in the end.

Anyway, I digress!

I then moulded the mince into a log making sure I got as much air out of the mince as possible and put it into a loaf pan with a carton of passata to act as a stop.

This then went into the fridge for 24hrs to firm up.

The grill was lit using some briquettes I had lying around and some cherry wood.

I don't have a rotisserie, so I just used some tongs and a spatula to turn it, slicing off strips as it cooked.

Here's some pictures of this Doner Kebab Adventure...




















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