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Koobideh Kabob

Koobideh Kabob is the most common and widespread version of all Persian kabobs.  It is grilled on wide, flat metal skewers (available at your local Middle Eastern market or purchase online).  Traditionally served with a side of Basmati rice and a grilled tomato.  Keep it healthy and pair with Shirazi salad or sabzi khordan!

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Joojeh (Chicken) Kabob

Joojeh (chicken) kabob is marinated in fresh lemon juice and saffron and then grilled on an open flame or charcoal grill.  Made boneless (bedooneh ostokhoon) or with bones (boh ostokhoon), joojeh kabob goes well with basmati rice or any flavored rice dish – my favorite is with zereshk polo!

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