Kebab first appeared in the Babylonian
Talmud, as the Aramaic word "baba"
for meat roasted on charcoal.It has since spread throughout the world,
and acquires the local taste and uniqueness of wherever it goes.
Middle Eastern kebab patties are elongated,
spiced, made with minced mutton or beef, and usually roasted on the grill and
served alongside hummus, tahini and pita bread.The Nazareth kitchen, taking
inspiration from the outside world, also adopted the kebab. Traditionally, it
is made of minced lamb and veal plus parsley, grated onion and spices. Elbabour
kebab spices, containing many varieties of peppers, along with a little paprika
and coriander, make kebabs tasty and better quality than any you have eaten