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  • Moroccan Kebabs (Brochettes)

    A broiler would probably do alright. I've modified this by omitting the salt and most of the oil, just using a little olive oil, then replacing both with soy sauce. That was used as a steak marinated that was later broiled. The one problem I see with the oven is them becoming dry. If they are wrapped in foil or in a sealed baking dish so the juices would drip to the bottom of the oven and quickly evaporate that may work. My go to method for when I have leftovers but no grill, including when I was living in an apartment, is to fry them in a pan and serve over rice. It is not the same as direct grilling, especially when wood or charcoal are used, but I think it is still pretty good. If you want them on a skewer a griddle would probably work also.

    A broiler would probably do alright. I've modified this by omitting the salt and most of the oil, just using a little olive oil, and used it as a steak marinated that was later broiled. The one problem I see with the oven is them becoming dry. If they are wrapped in foil or in a sealed baking dish so the juices would drip to the bottom of the oven and quickly evaporate that may work. My go to method for when I have leftovers but no grill, including when I was living in an apartment, is to fry them in a pan and serve over rice. It is not the same as direct grilling, especially when wood or charcoal are used, but I think it is still pretty good. If you want them on a skewer a griddle would probably work. I know there are grill pans that get a little closer to the mark, they at least

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  • Moroccan Kebabs (Brochettes)

    Thank you, I think they are. That is why I can not have them very often. I usually make them with a 3 lb or heavier chuck roast. More often or not if no one is joining me I come close to eating the whole thing. That is one of the first impressions I made when the women that taught me this recipe introduced me to her family. Her nephew had bought 1kg of meat for 6 of us, or about half a pound each. When she sent him back to the butcher her mother taught she was crazy, until she saw me eat. After that her mother always tried insure that there was half a kilo for me. "Friday Couscous" was the other meal that they quickly found that they could not make too much of if I was around. I did manage to save a few from the last batch. I ran out of propane and have not had time to replace...

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    Thank you, I think they are. That is why I can not have them very often. I usually make them with a 3 lb or heavier chuck roast. More often or not if no one is joining me I come close to eating the whole thing. That is one of the first impressions I made when the women that taught me this recipe introduced me to her family. Her nephew had bought 1kg of meat for 6 of us, or about half a pound each. When she sent him back to the butcher her mother taught she was crazy, until she saw me eat. After that her mother always tried insure that there was half a kilo for me. "Friday Couscous" was the other meal that they quickly found that they could not make too much of if I was around. I did manage to save a few from the last batch. I ran out of propane and have not had time to replace the grill so I had to break out the frying pan.

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