This Schisch Kebab or Schaschlik recipe brings back memories of Christmas or New Years eve of my childhood. An easy dish we had prepared on skewers sometimes a day before, and then cooked on low in a curry-tomato sauce in the oven. We ate this meal often at small gatherings. I especially remember this Kebab devoured at a Christmas Market booth, or at home at Christmas eve and after mass. The preferable side to the Schaschlik was a Crusty French Baguette to scoop out the Schaschlik sauce, and often we added some Rice.
The meat can be frozen for 30 minutes for easier cutting. I would use Pork and/or Beef (Chicken to your preference), Bacon, Paprika and Onions all cut in cubes and then slide on a skewer. Push down the meat as an end piece. With that a homemade decadent Curry-Tomato sauce. If you like a shortcut you can order the German Curry Schaschlik Kebab sauce online below:
The Kebabs can be charred on a Charcoal Grill first or fried a pan, then finished by baking on low on the stove top, or in the Oven with the Curry-Tomato sauce
You need Skewers for your Schisch Kebab. I recommend metal for the grill. If you use the the wooden kind or Bamboo, these skewers need to be moistened first. You can buy these Skewers on Amazon below that have both Metal and an extra pack Bamboo: