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Plates from Pakistan: Bihari Kebab

This week on Plates from Pakistan, Sana talks about the Bihari Kebab.
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Hi guys, today’s recipe is going to be Bihari Kabab. It’s pretty straightforward, but it does have some uncommon ingredients, and it takes some time. However, the good news is that you can probably find all the ingredients at your local Indian Market. I promise you it’s totally worth the wait!

Ingredients:
3-4 inch strips undercut beef filet, two pounds
Salt… up to you
1 tsp. garlic paste
1 tsp. ginger paste
1/2 cup oil
1-2 tbsp raw papaya paste
2 tbsp yogurt
Half onion chopped
Couple of small cardamoms
2 tsp. cumin powder
1/4 tsp. garam masala powder
1 tsp. black pepper powder
1 tsp. chili powder
1-2 tsp. Bihari kabab masala

Directions
1. Apply the salt, ginger paste, garlic paste, oil and papaya paste onto the beef filets.
2. Blend yogurt, cardamom and onion together. Generously rub into beef.
3. Mix the rest of the ingredients together and then put on beef. Set this aside and let it marinate for two to three hours, making sure ingredients are well rubbed in.
4. After the two to three hours, put the beef filets on skewers and, for best results, grill until tender. (Alternatively, you can bake on 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 min or until tender.)
6. Broil for two or three minutes to change color, making sure you flip for both sides.
7. Best served with lemon, lime and onion salad.

I suggest eating it with some fresh roti or naan, but by itself it’s still great.

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