Originally Posted by AkamaruChewtoy
Yeah, it started ground. Pretty sure it was just spices, onion and garlic (all minced). Probably a light oil or something but again, I'm not sure where the recipe went. If you had a recipe, I'd enjoy it. Don't worry about pictures if you don't have them.
And my question was based on the fact that I used a propane BBQ rather than coals. I think it was on low. And it may not be kabab or kofta, but in Canada we do faux ethnic food. Have a friend who doesn't like real Chinese food but LOVES Canadian Chinese food with all that MSG and sauces and stuff.
alright look, 1st the you need to add some Coriander to that mix
2nd to avoid the breaking down of Kofta you have to squeeze down the onions pretty darn well from all the water within because that's the main reason of kofta's breaking down,to insure moar soild kofta put on every 1 kg of meat 4 regular sandwich toast that you already got wet with water and squeezed well. add your favorite kind off spices then,it wont matter.
I assure you,sir,there is no problem with doing it with propane BBQ. You can even cook it in the oven and then take it out and put it in a bowl and toss a single flamed coal and cover with foil for a min to give it the coal grilled taste,but still not as delicious as grilling on coal.
oh and sorry for the delay,kinda have to google every word since my kitchen vocabs are very poor. but will get better with this thread.