We, Americans, eat a lot of burgers. Hamburgers, turkey burgers, veggie burgers…they’re all an important part of our culture. We love pretty much anything if it’s formed into a patty, placed on a bun, and slathered with toppings. …and who can blame us? Burgers are good!
We also love kababs. Meat, veggies, fruit–it doesn’t matter. If it’s been skewered or is served on a stick, we’ll eat it, and we’ll savor every last bite.
Now, things are really going to get interesting. I’d like to introduce you all to the spicy, tender chapli kabab!
It’s a kabab, but it’s not served on a stick. It’s also a burger, yet it’s not on a bun.
The first time I tried traditional kababs, I’ve got to admit, I was confused. They weren’t hunks of meat or vegetables threaded onto a skewer. Heck, they weren’t even grilled! Instead they were made of…
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