kabob

IPA: kʌbɑb

noun

  • US spelling of kebab [(Britain) A dish of pieces of meat, fish, or vegetables roasted on a skewer or spit, especially a doner kebab.]

verb

  • US spelling of kebab [(transitive) To roast in the style of a kebab]

Examples of "kabob" in Sentences

  • Persian style kabob has various types.
  • A chef makes souvlaki/kabob and grilled squash right in front of you.
  • I ordered a shish kabob and a shish tavouk kabob, which is chicken, $11.99.
  • In Israel, shawarma and kabob can be ordered in a lafa as much as in a pita.
  • Charbroiled beef tenderloin kabob (4 oz) & black tiger shrimp marinated in our house vinaigrette.
  • The moist and mild dish, a delicately spiced hamburger textured kabob, presented a texture not many would associate with "kabob".
  • The Best Shawarma in Toronto I never i hade so good shaworoma like the one on lakshore place called the kabob house owner is very ...
  • I ordered the shish kabob, which is marinated chunks of filet mignon, skewered and charbroiled , served on a bed of fluffy basmati rice with grilled tomato, peppers and onions.
  • Back in the 80s I used to employ a Californian who said 'kabob' and I thought he was mispronouncing 'kebab' but now after all these years I discover that US English has a different word.
  • As for the Kebabs or also known as "shish kebab": Shish kebab is translated to 'skewer of grilled meat' and includes many variations of the kebab; therefore, there are several spellings, such as kabob, kebob, kebap, kabab, and kebab.

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