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Kabāb-e Barg (Persian: Kabāb-e Barg meaning Fillet Kebab) is a Persian style barbecued and marinated lamb, chicken or beef kabab dish. The main ingredients of Kabab-e Barg are fillets of beef tenderloin, lamb shank, and less commonly chicken, along with onions and olive oil.
Sometimes referred to in English as Kabab Bargh, Kabob Barg or Kabāb-e Barg.
The meat is cut in strips and given a marinade in olive oil, onions, garlic, saffron, salt and black pepper. It is then skewered and grilled. Tomatoes are grilled separately and often served on the side with rice or bread, sometimes seasoned with sumac.
At Iranian restaurants, the combination of one Kabab Barg and one Kabab koobideh is typically called soltānī, meaning "sultan's (meal)".
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