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These slow cooked homemade KEBABS are the latest foodie craze to sweep social media  

Can’t decide what to have for dinner tonight? These slow cooked homemade KEBABS are the latest foodie craze to sweep social media

  • Easy slow cooker kebab recipe is shared with online community
  • Many commented how simple meal is to make and is now a family favourite 
  • Cook spiced meat for up to six hours, as little as three, depending on appliance 
  • ‘I made this meal over a week ago and the kids loved it,’ one woman shared 

Forget elaborate grazing platters, homemade slow cooked kebabs are the latest food trend making waves online – and they’re much simpler to make than you might think.   

Hundreds of Australians have already tried the method for themselves, with many sharing their final result in the popular cooking Facebook group, Slow Cooker Recipes & Tips. 

‘I made this a bit over a week ago and the kids loved it – they wants me to make it more often,’ one woman said alongside a snap of her creation. 

The meal is ideal for Friday nights or weekend dinners and only includes a short list of ingredients and fillings

The online community was so impressed with the recipe many gave it a go for themselves. 'I made this a bit over a week ago and the kids loved it - they wants me to make it more often,' one woman said

The online community was so impressed with the recipe many gave it a go for themselves. ‘I made this a bit over a week ago and the kids loved it – they wants me to make it more often,’ one woman said

How to make slow cooked lamb kebabs

Ingredients

1kg lamb mince

2 teaspoons mixed herbs

3 teaspoons onion salt

3 teaspoons garlic powder

2 teaspoons salt

1 teaspoon pepper

 

Directions

1. Mix lamb mince and all above ingredients very very very well together

2. Form into a loaf shape.

3. Wrap in baking paper or foil (optional)

4. Place directly in slow cooker(no liquid needed)

5. Cook on LOW for 5-6 hours OR HIGH for 3-4 hours (depending on your slow cooker)

6. When cooked, let rest for 10-15 mins.

Slice thinly.

Serve with lettuce, tomato, red onion, cheese and sauce of your choice (we like tzatziki with lamb)

Roll up in Lebanese bread, put in sandwich press to crisp up the bread and melt the cheese.

Source: Slow Cooker Recipes & Tips 

The ingredients of one recipe include lamb mince, one teaspoons of mixed herbs, three teaspoons of onion salt, three teaspoons of garlic powder, two teaspoons of salt, one teaspoon of pepper along with desired fillings such as lettuce, tomato and cheese. 

To begin mix all herbs and spices with mince meat and combine well together to then form a loaf shape. 

Wrap in baking paper or foil and place in slow cooker to cook on low for five to six hours or on high for three to four – times will vary depending on the appliance. 

Once the time has passed and the meat has cooked through remove it from the slow cooker and leave it to rest for 10 or 15 minutes

Once the time has passed and the meat has cooked through remove it from the slow cooker and leave it to rest for 10 or 15 minutes

Thinly slice the meat and serve with bread filled with lettuce, tomato, red onion, cheese and your choice of sauce

Thinly slice the meat and serve with bread filled with lettuce, tomato, red onion, cheese and your choice of sauce

The meat can also be cooked in the oven or grilled on a stove top - though it may taste slightly different compared to the slow-cooked style

The meat can also be cooked in the oven or grilled on a stove top – though it may taste slightly different compared to the slow-cooked style

Once the time has passed and the meat has cooked through remove it from the slow cooker and leave it to rest for 10 or 15 minutes. 

Thinly slice the meat and serve with bread filled with lettuce, tomato, red onion, cheese and your choice of sauce – tzatziki goes well with lamb.  

Online users have shared the recipe with friends and family while also commented on the post saying ‘we should do this for tea Thursday night’ and ‘this sounds delicious!’.

If you don’t own a slow cooker, the meat can also be cooked in the oven or grilled on a stove top – though it may taste slightly different compared to the slow cooked style.

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