The Döner FishKebab
The Döner FishKebab can be eaten with pita bread, with pizza, or served with fresh vegetables and delicate sauces. All traditional recipes can be varied by adding our product.
The Döner FishKebab AfricaVision
AfricaVision on Friday, May 16, 2014
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Innovative Seafood products are tasty and creative alternatives, immediately ready to cook or even eat without any preparation. Their gourmet seafood is equipped with an advanced system for processing of fish, molluscs and crustaceans according to traditional recipes in compliance with sanitation and stored in the most appropriate way to ensure food security during the life of the product.

Selected ingredients of excellent quality with added herbs for a Mediterranean flavor without addition of preservatives. The traditional preparation does not change.

The Döner FishKebab can be eaten with pita bread, with pizza, or served with fresh vegetables and delicate sauces. All traditional recipes can be varied by adding our product.

A new and original flavor in its natural fragrance, genuine and easily digestible, high in Omega-3 and low in fat. The FishKebab is a nice alternative for your taste buds.

The traditional Middle Eastern cuisine dish of skewered on a vertical spit and sliced lengthwise to get thin strips, now it is totally fresh seafood for a new experience of Mediterranean flavor.

The tradition of the Döner Kebab reinvented with fine Italian fish sliced, shaped and skewered in the vertical spit, until it forms a thick tapered cylinder. The spit is rotated close to an intense heat source around the spit.

The cutting proceeds from the outside of the cylinder, gradually that this bakes, inwards with a rotating blade that removes electric thin slices, sliding on the surface of the cylinder.

 

For more information: http://fishkebab.innovativeseafood.com

                           
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