Saturday, 10 May 2014

Frozen Kebab, In Many Styles

There's always this pack in my fridge.
At least one packet.

My friend sells them and I get them delivered conveniently. So nice, right?

I love the Beriani flavour the most, but there's also Black Pepper and Pedas (Spicy).

It can be cooked by frying, steaming, microwave or grilling. 3-5min is all it takes.

My choice of fast food at home when I don't really want to eat much and want something quick. Perfectly awesome for our sahur meal too. ^^

I'd just pop like 15 sticks (for the family to makan) in the oven and usually 5min later, done! Can makan dy. 

How do you enjoy the kebab?

Simply? Eaten just like sate. Dipped in chilli/tomato sauce or my choice BBQ sauce with mustard sauce and a bit of mayo. Yumm.

Works wrapped in a tortilla.
 Eaten as part of a salad dish
With lettuce wrap. Korean fusion style, cos I ate it with kimchi! ;-)

I even ate them as a side dish for my instant noodle! LOL

20 comments:

  1. Side dish with inkstand noodles, not bad, wounds tasty!!!

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    1. Hahaha

      You sound just like Meow, the queen of typos here. ;)

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  2. oh surely an easy dish to prepare, and can go with basically any kind of ways to makan as a meal or as snacks..

    15 pieces at a time, and that's 5 left in the packet, aiyah, might as well hentam semua and each one take 2 more!! haha..

    now, i actually like the "salad" you had in the first photo.. :)

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    1. Yup, very flexible la ini kebab.

      I had thought of passing a few packets to you all but then quite inconvenient pula for you to carry it around.

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    2. yea la...might as well hentam all...then can restock. :p

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    3. Tarak habis wasted :P

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  3. Wonder can find this at Taiping?

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    1. Someone mentioned they bought at Petronas station but dunno got in Taiping or not...

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  4. Frozen food are so convenient to have at home. Bet they're real tasty! Here's wishing you a Happy Mother's Day, Lina! xoxo

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    1. Thanks Shirley.

      Happy Mother's Day to you too. :)

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  5. Taking this opportunity to wish you a very Happy Mother's Day, Lina :)

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  6. side dish? I would taruk all into my noodles. Pakai hentam punya pasal...lazy to wash one more plate :p

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    1. LOL

      No need wash... I just put on foil pop in oven. After grill, foil buang. :P

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  7. apart from buying from your friend , hypermarket selling these ka? I look for kebab i hyper market. Usually buy sausages

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    1. I only know some ppl got see at Petronas Stations. But selling more expensive

      If you wanna try, I get you one packet. Want?

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  8. I love this post honestly cos you just shared easy ideas with a lousy and lazy chef like me. I should be stocking up such food at home instead of buying 101 bottles of herbs and sauces to keep until expired. You know what I mean la cos we hardly cook, not even blue moons.

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  9. The line you mentioned wrapped in tortilla struck me! Good idea!
    I can also wrap with lettuce and KimChi like a Korean la. tenkiu tenkiu...

    So your friend does delivery too! How nice!
    I must look out at the Hero Market near home.

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