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Shish kebab like from the fair

Hi everyone ♥

the shashlik skewers, which taste like from the fair, have been on my list for 2 years. I once wrote a recipe for it from some Facebook group because it sounded so delicious. Unfortunately, I don't even know where the original recipe came from, so if someone knows it, I would be happy if you could leave it to me in the comments so that I can link it.

But I can tell you one thing for sure: It tasted so delicious that it absolutely had to be posted on my blog very quickly. Really like from the fair, from the hustle and bustle, from the fair, just made it yourself ...

Ingredients (for 16 skewers, I had calculated these for 4 good eaters):

  • made easy: 16 ready-made skewers, or even better

Homemade skewers:

  • 1 kg of pork schnitzel
  • 3 peppers (red, green, yellow)
  • 3 onions

The cracking sauce (don't be surprised, the ingredients may sound strange at first, but I give you a 100% taste guarantee):

  • 1 liter of chicken broth
  • 2 tubes of tomato paste
  • 150 ml of turnip tops
  • 100 ml honey
  • 100 ml herbal vinegar
  • 75 ml Worcester sauce
  • a couple of dashes of Tabasco
  • 6 onions
  • 2 red peppers
  • 3 tbsp paprika powder sweet
  • 1 tbsp curry powder
  • possibly a little salt and pepper if you want to spice it up

For frying: good butter and a little oil


First, the skewers are made. To do this, cut the meat into small cubes, cut the peppers and onions into pieces and distribute everything on the skewers (see photo)

Shish kebab like from the fair

Heat a good piece of butter in a little oil in a roasting pan and fry the skewers in 2 - 3 stages until golden brown on all sides. Too many skewers should not be fried at once, otherwise they will simply not get enough heat and start to cook sooner. I roasted in 2 stages, but I also had plenty of space in the roaster.

Shish kebab like from the fair

Put the skewers with the meat juice on a plate and set aside.

Cut the peppers into thin strips and the onions for the sauce into medium-sized pieces and fry them in butter and oil in the roasting pan for about 10 minutes, preferably over medium heat.

Add the broth and all the remaining ingredients, stir well and simmer gently for about 30 minutes with the lid slightly open.

Shish kebab sauce

Now add the skewers together with the meat juice, close the lid completely and simmer gently for an hour.

Remove the lid completely, turn the skewers and let simmer gently for another hour.

If you think the sauce is too thin, just add a little more tomato paste. But actually it becomes very creamy through the boiling down and the vegetables.

Shish kebab like from the fair

Incidentally, the shashlik skewers taste just as good the next day when warmed up. So you can also prepare it great as a party meal.

I hope you enjoy trying it out and can really recommend it to you. My whole family loved it.

By the way, if you don't have a roaster, you can sear the skewers in the pan, cook the sauce in a saucepan for half an hour and then put everything in a high casserole dish at 150 degrees for 2 hours in the oven.

And if you like the shashlik, then you are sure to like my fiery goulash and my Coq aux Vin, both really nice autumn / winter dishes.

Your Sandra ♥

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