A delicious combination of two different food cultures!
- 4 pcs pita bread
- 1 pcs salad
- 500 gram frozen shredded reindeer meat
- 10 skiver pickles
- 0,5 pcs cucumber
- 2 tbsp pomegranate seeds
- 250 gram aroma mushroom
- 10 pcs small tomatoes
- 1 pcs spice mix (see below)
- 1 pcs kebab dressing (see below)
- butter, salt and pepper
- neutral oil
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp ground coriander
- 1 tsp ground cumin
- 1 tsp dry mustard
- 1 tsp chili powder
Kebab dressing with cranberries
- 2 tbsp mayonnaise
- 2 tbsp sour cream
- 1 tbsp brine from pickles
- 2 tbsp stirred cranberries
- 0,5 tsp salt
Shredded reindeer meat can be bought frozen in almost all shops. It has a good taste and is cut into very thin slices. Here I have combined a classic kebab with good Norwegian flavors that go well with the reindeer meat. In the glass, it's perfect with a Munkholm Bayer. Bayer is perfect for stews and game. The recipe also has a video instruction that you can see at the bottom of the recipe.
This is a quick dinner so I cut and prepare everything before I start. Put the oven on at 180 degrees so you are ready to heat up the pita bread. Cut up all the vegetables.
Mix together the kebab dressing. Always remember to taste as there can be a difference in acidity in lingonberries etc.
Mix together the spice mixture. There are different strengths of different chilli spices.
Cut the mushrooms into slices and fry on high heat. Fry first in a dry pan and when the mushrooms are almost ready, I add butter, salt and pepper and mix together.
Also fry the reindeer meat on high heat! When it is almost ready, I add the spice mixture, mix well and fry for 1-2 more minutes. Now everything is ready to assemble this delicious reindeer kebab.
Cut up the pita bread and add salad, cucumber, pickles, dressing, mushrooms, reindeer meat, and tomatoes in the order you remember. I like to finish with a little extra dressing, pomegranate and a little bit of the other ingredients. A good tip is to serve in a soup bowl. This makes it easier to eat and looks pretty good! I have an ice-cold Munkholm Bayer in the glass. Bayer goes perfectly with autumn dishes and game. Here you can see the instructional video. Good luck.