Bun kebab

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Bun kebab
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A typical bun kebab with ketchup and chutney
Course Main course
Place of origin Pakistan[1][2]
Serving temperature Hot
Main ingredients ground lentil, powdered cumin seeds, omelette and bread buns
Cookbook: Bun kebab  Media: Bun kebab

Bun kebab (Urdu: بن کباب‎) is a sandwich, originating from Pakistan, especially Lahore. It is usually found in roadside stalls and in restaurants all across the subcontinent. It is commonly eaten along with a soft drink.

Ingredients[edit]

Bun kebab consists of a spicy patty which is shallow-fried, onions, and chutney or raita in a hamburger or hot dog bun.

Unlike a hamburger patty, the bun kebab is mixed with ground lentils, powdered cumin seeds, and an egg batter into a mixture which is then fried in ghee or oil. One may find bun kebab at vendor stalls throughout Indian subcontinent, with regional differences evident. A bun kebab can also be served with a fried egg or omelette (known as 'anda shami').

Variations[edit]

The patty can be made of chicken, potatoes, beef or mutton. The beef and egg recipe though is the most popular, especially with the street vendors of bun kebab.

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