Mixed grill

Many regional cuisines feature a mixed grill, a meal consisting of a traditional assortment of grilled meats.[1]

Mixed grill skewers ready to be barbecued in Venezuela
Meurav Yerushalmi, Jerusalem mixed grill
Chinese style mixed grill consisting of lamb chops, chicken chops, beef steak, baked potato, baked beans and garlic toast topped with black pepper sauce.
Roumanian mixed grill with mititei

List of mixed grill dishesEdit

Mixed grill dishes include:

By regionEdit

  • Australia: Similar to the English version (see below), it usually consists of bacon, lamb chops, rump steak, beef or pork sausages, eggs, lamb's fry and occasionally, tomatoes and pineapple.
  • English mixed grill: Consisting of lamb chops, chicken, lamb kidneys, beef steak, gammon, tomatoes and mushrooms.
  • Italian: typically featuring chicken (often marinated in olive oil, garlic, lemon and rosemary), beef and pork.[1]
  • Latin American and Spanish barbecued pinchitos: Mixed grill, barbecued meat and vegetables on sticks, known as espetinhos, pinchos, pinchos americanos, brochetas, or anticuchos in Central and South America. These barbecued pinchos may include pieces of beef, pork, chicken, fish/shark, Mexican chorizo (or sausage), kidney, or liver, among others.
  • South African mixed grill, featuring boerewors, eggs, lamb chops, rump steak.
  • Arabian: Selection of shish kebabs, variously including chicken breast cubes, beef cubes, meat kofta, chicken kofta and lamb chops.
  • Argentina: asado, featuring cuts of beef, kidney, liver and sausages (especially chorizo and morcilla, a form of blood sausage).[1]
  • South Asian (Bangladesh/India/Pakistan): Chicken tikka, mutton tikka, eaten with roti and chutney.
  • United States (Kansas City) breakfast mixed grill, typically featuring a slice of ham, sausage links, bacon strips, eggs, home fries and buttered toast.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b c d Sifton, Sam (July 15, 2015). "Mixed Grill, the American Way". The New York Times. Retrieved July 24, 2017.
  2. ^ Strat's Place - Daniel Rogov - Israel - Title Archived 2008-07-24 at the Wayback Machine

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