Mughal culinary influences popularised many kebab recipes in Afghanistan resulting in local dishes like the Chapali kebab. The name chapali is derived from the Pashto word “chaprikh” meaning flat. Though chapali kebab is a popular street food it is also served as a starter during Eid-ul Azha and in Ramadan as part of iftar. Usually, the kebab is made from marinated mincemeat of beef or mutton, maize flour, eggs, veggies and spices. The kebabs are shallow fried and served with tea.
These delicious Chapali kebab just melt-in-your-mouth.