The Aadheenam Kebab

Our monks were having some fun over this past retreat, cooking food for the group outside in the fresh open air. Natyam Dayanatha gets inspired to go above and beyond with his cooking duties and he is an exceptional cook at the Chinese/Indian style.

Today's meal is focused on the vegetarian Shish Kebab. Kebabs are normally cooked meat dishes, with their origins in Middle Eastern cuisine. Although kebabs are often cooked on a skewer (small sharp stick) many types of kebab are not.

4 Responses to “The Aadheenam Kebab”

  1. holly young says:

    This makes me want to take cooking lessons!

  2. isani says:

    This is a very special treat and a lot of work! We have done this for my eldest daughter’s wedding.
    “Many hands make for light work.”Inspiring 🙂

  3. Rajendra Giri says:

    Looks good,
    Aum Namah Shivay!

  4. Thanam Joseph says:

    This looks better than the store bought barbecue machine and doubling up for stirfried in a quali.

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