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Bun Kebab (Urdu: بن کباب, Hindi: बन कबाब) is a sandwich native to Pakistan and India, but now available all over the Indian subcontinent. Bun kebabs are a signature in Pakistani metro cities like Karachi and Lahore, but they can be found all over Pakistan. In India, it is eaten as a regular street food, specifically, in the Indian cities of Bhopal, Lucknow, and Hyderabad; it is especially popular with Indian Muslims, the dish is eaten late-night during Ramadan.Bun kebabs are usually sold from roadside stalls, side street vendors, and fast food restaurants. They are also commonly known as anday wala burger. A ‘fried’ version of the bun kebab is popular in Lahore, known as ‘bun plaster’ due to copious amounts of butter and super tender or paste like kebab mixture used in it. Bun kebabs are usually eaten as a main course or snack.
My basic changes from the source recipe were to use English muffins for the bread, and to switch out the cheese for one that was available here this week.
Being as the specified cheese as per my source recipe is Manchego, I suspect this recipe draws largely from the Spanish influences...
Garlic Bread Bagel Scallop Sandwich:
1) Dill Garlic Butter - as preferred
2) Bagel - 1
3) Scallops - 7 medium
1) Saute the scallops in about 2 tblspns. garlic butter.
2) Spread garlic butter on both top and bottom of bagel.
3) Pan fry the bagel halves to brown the...
These buttermilk buns are soft and fluffy inside, but have a study enough crust and heft to hold up under a massive amount of sandwich ingredients or a thick, juicy burger with all the fixings! I used bread flour in this recipe, but I have used AP flour in the past and it works just fine.
I adapted the recipe below, but halved it. I also made some other significant changes due to 1) this being made for an online competition using burger buns (or as I was allowed, English muffins), and 2) the addition of apple, because I simply felt like it. (I had apples in the house...
A half of non-gluten hamburger bun (made of rice flour, tapioca, yeast, salt, store bought)
1 tablespoon gin
100 g cream cheese
100 g condensed milk
about 50-70 g powdered sugar (eyemeasured)
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
6 drops of green food colour
Turkey Salad Stoker:
NOTE: A stoker is a sandwich which allows consuming meals that would otherwise have to be eaten one bite at a time with a spoon or fork. As a sandwich, more of the meal can be taken in at one time than a spoon or fork would allow. A stoker is named for the men or...
More with the English muffin theme. Do find a good quality English muffin, you'll be glad for the taste. This open-faced melt can be served as a breakfast or brunch, but is still fine for lunch, too.
Layering on the muffin toppings in the photo above... The egg with onion is first...
Serves 2, Preparation 10 mins, Cooking 25 mins
180 g Spaghetti
100 g packaged smoked salmon
EVOO - 3 tablespoons
a knob of unsalted butter
2 sage leaves
half an onion
Salt and black pepper, a pinch
1 stale beetroot bun to crumble, for garnish
Cut the beetroot bun...
This one is Japanese-inspired, but fusion in take.
Yes, the pickled ginger was leftover from a Japanese-restaurant take-out.
Open Face English Muffin Cheese Melt, with Seared Tuna and Brie Cheese
1 store-bought English muffin, split in half.
About a tablespoon of cooking oil - I used...
Welcome to the CookingBites Recipe Challenge. The current challenge ingredient is burger buns and murphyscreek is our judge. The challenge is not limited to using burger buns to make a burger. Be as creative as you wish with the ingredient! To enter, all you need to do is post a recipe using...