This specialty kabob is often made with beef, specifically filet mignon, but you can also use lamb. Recipe by Laura Bashar of Family Spice
Cook Time: 15 min
Inactive Time: 1-2 day marinate time
Serving Size: 6 oz
Serving Suggestions: Serve with fresh herbs, lavash and basmati rice. If paired with a skewer of ground beef kabob (kabob-e koobideh) the dish is typically called Soltani, meaning 'Sultan's Feast.'