Grilled meat with the zing of spices. Kebabs are a very popular accompaniment with drinks or as starters and make a fantastic finger food option at any gathering.
|Nutrional Values||per 100g|
|Energy||1362kj & 327 kcal|
|of which saturates||9.5g|
|of which sugars||1.1g|
For best results cook from frozen. Do not refreeze after defrosting.
If allowed to thaw, reduce cooking times.
For best results cook from frozen. Do not refreeze after defrosting. If allowed to thaw, reduce cooking times.
(Based on 3 Kebabs cooked in a 850 Watt microwave).
Temperature: Fan 180°C, Gas 6, 200°C — Time: 18 – 20 mins
Instructions: For best results always cook from frozen.
Time: 10-12 mins, Temp Setting: Medium
For best results always cook from frozen.
For a Hot, Sweet and Sour chutney, in a pan, add small teaspoon quantities of water to the tamarind paste and whisk it with a spoon to make it into a smooth chutney consistency. Add chilli, cumin and dry ginger powder and the cinnamon stick along with the jaggery/ sugar to half a cup of water. Bring all to a boil in low flame stirring continuously. Take off the flame after 10 minutes and add the black salt and stir it in. Cool and serve with green chillies deep fried and sprinkled with salt and a dash of lime juice.
If you want the chutney to be just Hot and Sour, remove the jaggery/sugar ingredient. If you want it sweet and sour, remove the chilli powder ingredient.
Humza’s ready-to-eat range has given us access to delicious meals many a day when we are both working late. We always stock our freezer with Humza rolls and kebabs so that we are sure of a good nutritious meal when we are short on time