Friday, October 17, 2014

Lemongrass Lamb Kebab


Two of my favourite ingredients in this Lemongrass Lamb Kebab. Lemongrass of course (Lemongrass Cordial) I think must trend further far in front because they grow like your business, my business and everybody's business in my garden. So effortlessly actually (Thai Style Fried Chicken & Nasi Ulam/Herbs Rice). I just need to plunge one stick anywhere in my tiny plot of garden, they will multiple superbly within time (Nasi Dagang, Assam Curry Fish & Curry Chicken Noodle). Therefore, I will be silly me if I don't happily pull the lemongrass for my dishes (Lemongrass Chilli Prawns & Thai Massaman Lamb Curry). Don't you agree? I bet you do. Lamb too is a favourite, but with this age thing and red meat, we have cut down (Lamb Curry Noodle, Lamb Burger, Lamb Kofta Curry & Lamb Spinach Spaghetti). Still, the desire for lamb won't just leave us alone. Lamb curry of course is one we simply adore ((Lamb Yogurt Curry), then again, it will be nice to be inventive and try a new dish. Actually, not really something really new to me, I did previously showcased lemongrass chicken kebab, just that this time its lamb. Lamb on lemongrass sticks instead of wooden or metal skewers, teamed with a simple cucumber yogurt salad (vegetable raita, kerabu mangga or watermelon mint salad). Indeed, grilled juicy succulent lamb on lemongrass sticks, appealing and appetising to each of your food senses. 


Ingredients
400g minced lamb
6 sticks of lemongrass (lightly crush the white thick end)

Spices
1 tsp plain chilli powder
1/4 tsp garam masala (or all spice powder)
1/2 tsp cumin powder
1/2 tsp fennel powder
1 tsp coriander powder
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp garlic paste
1 tsp ginger paste
1 tsp onion/shallot paste
Salt for taste
Method
Mix lamb with all the spices and salt. 
Knead lightly till mixture comes together.
Divide into 6 portions. 
Roll each portion into a sausage shape.
Flatten the mixture on the palm of your hand.
Lay a lemongrass down to the centre and towards the lightly crushed white end.
Bring the mixture together and mould tightly to enclose it. 
Gently roll to even it out.
Meaning - clump the lamb over the lemongrass
Heat a portable grill (non-stick will be good) and pour a little oil.  
Grill on both sides for thorough charred and cooked on both sides. 
Serve immediately with salad.
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18 comments:

  1. i had lemon grass but didn't know what should i make best out of it :) this is really delicious :)

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  2. These look so good and mouth watering ;)

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  3. I din know that lemon grass can be used like this, it is perfectly cooked.

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  4. We also prefer to stay home when the whole world is traveling. Love this idea of lemongrass as skewers, looks very tempting

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  5. Lemon grass always good Nice post dear <3

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  6. Yumm yumm yummy.. Loved this flavourful tasty lamb kebabs.. I'm sure it tasted great.

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  7. I couldn't even imagine the flavours in your kebab with lemon grass skewers...Wonderful idea...Love it.

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  8. This is the first time I have seen lemon grass used as skewers. What a lovely idea and the smell must be heavenly! Kebabs look mouth-watering!

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  9. I like going off on holidays during the non-peak seasons too, but it's always too hard trying to organise the right time around everyone's schedules!! Wish I could plant lemongrass in my own garden (it is so difficult trying to get anything to grow in my garden!)- fresh lemongrass is really expensive here! Your lamb skewers look delicious ;)

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  10. Great idea to use the lemongrass for the kebab stick!

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  11. Hahaha.. m so like u.. i wud like to visit places or go on holidays in off season only .. it is more peaceful then,., this recipe is super awesome.. will give it a try :)

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  12. Must be very tasty with the lemon grass.

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  13. They are so good!! Wish i could try one soon!!

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  14. Love them so much...mutton or lamb is a favourite

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  15. This looks so awesome..Would love to try this.

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  16. Oh wow this recipe looks super yummy
    xx

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