If you are planning to throw an outdoor party, why not add something simple to your menu? How about kebabs? When you want to entertain outdoors but don’t feel standing over a hot grill, a kebab party is a way to go.
For a fun twist on barbecued chicken and usual burgers, set up your backyard grill for a DIY kebab party. Isn’t it a great idea? Indeed, with skewered mains, sides, and desserts, there’s a lot for your guests to great creative when customising their kebabs. In fact, it is easy to get most of your food prepared beforehand. All you need to do is source the meat from a reliable Sydney kebab shop and get started.
Here are a few tips for organising your kebab party:-
Kebab is a great way to make your friends and family cook for themselves. Everyone likes food on a stick, and almost anything can be grilled or skewered.
It really doesn’t take a lot of effort and energy. Yes, throwing a kebab party is easy and hassle-free. All you have to do is chop some vegetables, meats that you have got from the kebab house, marinate, and let your guest to make their own skewers. Then you can serve with a BBQ sauce or drizzle with fresh lemon juice.
See, the idea here is to gather whatever ingredients you have, or your guests love to try and mix and match meats, vegetables, fruit, and whatever sauce they are hankering for. However, it is a party, and you can add other food items and some ingredients. Just bring in your favourites!
- Set up a kebab-building assembly line near the grill. Have a lot of cocktail napkins on hand as things might get messy near the grill.
- Order meat and poultry from kebab shop in bulk a couple of days before the party to avoid last-minute chaos.
- Soak the skewers in water for 2 hours or overnight if you are using bamboo. For small, non-grilled skewers, toothpicks work wonders.
- Marinate the meat, fish, chicken, and vegetables in advance and store them in the fridge until everyone’s ready to start assembling the skewers.
- Have the dipping bowls ready and fill it with dipping sauces for the skewers and store the sauce in the fridge until party time.
- You can have skewered grilled fruit with some honey sauce using plums, peaches, and pineapple for dessert.
There you are, ready to throw a killer kebab party. Set out chunks of meat, fish, poultry, and vegetables, and let your friends grill and make their own kebabs. Have fun!
The author is a manufacturer and supplier of the Sydney kebab. With over 30 years of experience in the industry, he is committed to delivering quality products and service. Visit http://sydneykebab.com.au/ for more details.
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