You can’t beat Cyrus’s lamb kebab recipe. This traditional tasty meal is made using easy-to-cook lamb mince, fruit and walnuts.
“One of the highlights of Indian Cuisine is the venerable sheek kavaab or kebab as it is mostly called and, which is usually a street side speciality. A Muslim dish, which can be traced to its Persian roots many centuries ago. Sheek (The Indian name of Sheesh or skewer) Kavaab is normally made with lamb or mutton and varies in recipe from state to state and region to region.
"This recipe is perhaps one which is derived from a Maharajas hunting trip when wild boar would be ground up in the jungle and grilled over a brazier, appeals to most palates and to my mind is one of the simplest and best. The addition of nuts and dry fruit definitely stems from Royal beginnings, but no doubt give it a unique flavour and helps soften sometimes, strong tastes.”