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How to Make Halal Snack Pack at Home

Nidhi Nangia
By Nidhi Nangia. Updated: August 3, 2020
How to Make Halal Snack Pack at Home
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A Halal snack pack, short form HSP, is a genial pile of sauces, chips and kebab meat. It consists of halal certified doner kebab, typically beef or lamb, chips, and sauces like chili, barbecue and garlic. Jalapeno peppers, yogurt, hummus and cheese may also be added for some extra flavor. Although it originated in Australia, its creators were European and Middle Eastern immigrants. Traditionally served in Styrofoam containers, this has become a staple dish in almost every Australian kebab takeaway shop. Sometimes, it is also referred to as a mixed plate or a snack box. ‘Halal snack pack’ became the ‘People’s Choice Word of the Year’ in 2016. This oneHOWTO article is going to tell you how to make halal snack pack at home.

2 diners More than 2 hours medium difficulty


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Steps to follow:


The first step to make your Halal Snack pack at home is to combine all the ingredients to make the marinade. Therefore, mix the following ingredients:

  • Oil
  • Lemon juice
  • Garlic cloves
  • Cumin
  • Paprika
  • Pepper

Mix thoroughly.


Score the meat and rub it with the marinade. Leave the marinade and meat in an airtight container in the refrigerator overnight.

How to Make Halal Snack Pack at Home - Step 2

The next morning, take out from the fridge and allow the meat to come back to the room temperature. Cook on a barbecue, frying pan or grill on medium heat.

Let it rest for 15-20 minutes.

How to Make Halal Snack Pack at Home - Step 3

Heat oil in a saucepan or deep fryer and cook the previously sliced chips in it until well cooked and perfectly crunchy.

Drain the chips on a tissue paper and sprinkle some chicken salt over them.

How to Make Halal Snack Pack at Home - Step 4

Layer the chips on a plate, immediately top with cheese, apply a liberal layer of meat over it, and finish with the sauce of your choice decorated in crisscross patterns. The most common sauce used is garlic sauce, barbecue sauce, chili or yogurt sauce too. You can learn how to make authentic Kebab garlic sauce here if you don't want to buy it ready made.

Serve to eat or pack to carry.


Now that you know how to make a halal snack pack, there are a few considerations that you should keep in mind while actually making it. Below, you will find information about a few qualities that will help you make an ideal HSP.

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  • When it comes to a halal snack pack, crispy is the key. The chips must be cooked enough to stay crispy even when covered in meat, sauces and cheese. Do not forget to sprinkle chicken salt on them, as this is one of the most sought after late night condiments
  • The cheese should be enough and should be placed in all the right places, including over the chips, mixed with the chips, and under the meat. Most importantly, it should melt and become soft
  • The variety of meat you apply over the chips is very important. Preferred ones are mixed meat with lamb, chicken or sometimes beef. In some cases, chicken may also be used, just to give a different touch and feel to the dish. The ratio of the meat to that of chips is also crucial
  • The application and selection of the sauces is an important defining attribute as well. The garlic sauce, chili sauce and barbecue sauce are ideal, but you may also choose from hummus, tomato and sweet chili. Whichever sauce you choose, make sure to apply it liberally
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