2 Reviews

The meat was nice and spicy, but a bit dry. I also thought the chickpeas tasted better before they went into the oven. I did enjoy the meal, overall. Made for ZWT 6.

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threeovens June 17, 2010

This is a compromise rating. The kebabs themselves didn't really thrill us so we would have rated them at 3 stars. But the chickpee puree would have gotten a 5-star rating by itself. I doubt I'll make the kebabs again but DH and I agree that the chickpea puree will be a wonderful addition to the starch-side roation. After all, nutrition experts are always trying to get people to eat more beans. If this combination of spices in the meat excites you more than it excited us and you don't have a set of middle-eastern, metal skewers (I got mine at a thrift store), I'm sure you could make them as a hamburger-type patty. But I really think the star of this recipe is the chickpea puree.

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3KillerBs June 20, 2007
Spicy Minced Beef Kebabs With Hot Chickpea Puree