How to use Kebab in a sentence

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  • The insane person, who will actually eat a kebab.

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  • You haven't had a dodgy doner kebab, have you?

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  • The menu offers numerous tandoori specialties, including chicken malai, tandoori jumbo shrimp and lamb boti kebab.

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  • I am still eating healthy, had a kebab the other nite and oooh it was lovely.

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  • Then, feeling peckish, we rounded off the night with a kebab.

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  • For a quick snack, try the original kebab, a souvlaki of skewered meat in pitta bread.

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  • When summer rolls around and the culinary trends head to cooking outdoors, beef kebab with zucchini is a delicious choice for the grill.

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  • A kebab may also be known as a kabob, kabab, kebap, kibob, kebhav, and kephav.

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  • Generally, a kebab refers to meat dishes that are prepared in Africa, the Middle East, Greece, central Asia, and south Asia.

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  • This model includes four kebab skewers and a flat cooking basket.

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  • Some excellent entrees are the squid and shrimp kebab, and the grilled codfish.

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  • I followed with Fish kebab (£ 10.95) - a bumper grilled brochette of tuna, dab, rockfish and turbot.

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  • They provide nothing for the serious kebab connoisseur who really wants to test his chili resistance levels to the limit.

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  • Serve a little raw grated radish or daikon with each kebab.

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  • My favorite was the crispy corn kebab, which was packed with crunchy cooked vegetables.

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  • Kebabs are traditionally served with grilled vegetables, like onions, but hot rice and flat bread can also accompany a typical kebab meal.

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  • Shish kebab is a popular recipe using skewers, vegetables and meat.

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