As part of Immigrant Heritage Month in June, we partnered up with Choose901 to bring you #Passport901. Throughout the month, we shared recipes from around the world that represent the diverse groups and cultures that have come to call Memphis home. Now, we’re continuing it through the month of July, and today we have a Pakistani dish from one of our program participant’s, Saima.
For the final installment of Passport901, we’re bringing you Chapli Kababs from Pakistan. This dish originally comes from the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, and it is a popular street food that can be found from Afghanistan, to Pakistan, to India and Bangladesh.
Although this recipe calls for beef, it can also be made with chicken and lamb. You’ll find the full recipe below, or you can follow along with Saima’s video here.
Once you’ve made your kababs, be sure to share a photo on social media, tagging us and Choose901 in it with #Passport901 for a chance to win a prize from all of us!