Beyti kebab is a traditional Turkish dish consisting of minced beef, lamb or chicken, grilled on a skewer and served wrapped in tortilla and topped with tomato sauce, parsley and yogurt.

Preparation: 45 min

Cooking: 40 min


JJ Ingredients:

BAK059: Letsdough 10″ Flour Tortilla Wraps-4×18

OIL062: Antica Tradizione Extra Virgin Olive Oil-1x5L

DAI074: Yayla Yoghurt (3.5% Fat)-1×2.5kg

SAN013: Kerrymaid Spread-1x2kg


Other Ingredients:

800 gr minced lamb
1 medium size onion, finely chopped

3 cloves of garlic
1 tbsp. full red pepper paste (Mild)
1 bunch parsley, finely chopped
1 tsp crushed red pepper
1 tsp. salt

1 tsp of olive oil

 For Roll (sarma):

1 packet of tortilla wrap
1 tsp butter, melted
Parsley, finely chopped

Sauce Ingredients:

 Yogurt, room temperature
1/2 cup chopped tomatoes, in a can, (but I use pepper and tomato paste instead) heated up with a few tablespoons of water and 2 tsp. of olive oil!

 Step one:

Crush the onion, garlic with salt very well (I use mini processor)

Add in all the beyti ingredients and knead.

Step two:

You need to use flat metal skewers for this kebab. Take a fist-sized ball and skewer it starting from the tip of the skewer. Squeeze and flatten it on the skewer going back slowly that it is thin and flat

Step three:

Preheat your barbecue or oven (grill 175 degree) Place the skewers on the oven tray. Make sure to turn the skewers so that all sides of the meat cook equally. (30 min)

 Step Four:

 Brush the surface of the Tortilla with melted butter.

Step Five:

Sprinkle some chopped parsley all over. Roll the Kebab pieces with a Tortilla, but only one layer, the wrap shouldn’t be thick.

Step Six:

Roll the Kebab pieces with a Tortilla, but only one layer, the wrap shouldn’t be thick

Step seven:

And cut in 2 inch wide pieces. Put in an oven 10 min to make the tortilla wraps crispy.

Step eight:

Cook tomato, pepper paste and olive oil in the pan 5 min. (sauce)

Step nine:

Cut some tomato and peppers for decoration

Step ten:

Arrange them on a service plate along with yogurt and tomato sauce, and serve while they still hot. Also you can add melted butter and parsley on top of the yoghurt before you serve.


  1. Terry Larkin says:

    Looking good and bet its tasty. Another excellent entry, good luck

  2. Beyti says:

    Looks delicious, best foodie ever

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