Baked and Keto Friendly Turkish Shish Kebab
Everyone knows how delicious Turkish cuisine is, with its spices and the way they complement meats; there’s not much else to say. Turkish cuisine is full of treasures: Lahmacun, Künefe, Baklava, Meatballs, Yaprak Sarmasi with olive oil (Stuffed Grape Leaves), Iskender kebab, Mantı…
There are hundreds of other flavors in addition to these, but one among them is almost legendary. Even without the title of this article, you probably could have guessed very quickly: Turkish Shish Kebab! We haven’t met anyone who hasn’t fallen in love with the flavor of a Turkish shish kebab.
Sure, we all love it, but what if we are following a ketogenic diet? Can we still consume it? The answer is, it depends! For those who ask how, let me explain.
Shish kebab dishes are very rich in presentation. They are served with special bread, Turkish-style pilafs, and many appetizers. Not all of these are keto-friendly, but there is a recipe to make an entirely keto-friendly shish kebab. You don’t even need a barbecue for it. In this article, we will talk about how we can make Turkish-style shish kebabs in the oven.
How Can You Bake Them?
Does this seem like it will be too much work? Let us share the recipe with you. That way, you’ll see how easy it is.
If you wish, you can put onion slices on the sides while the kebabs are baking. If you wish, you can also bake the onions with the eggplants.
If you stick to your macro calculations, you can bake tomatoes and peppers with them. After everything is baked well, take the kebabs and eggplants on your plate and enjoy.