I came across the following picture
in wikipedia the entire serving was being called Chellow Kebab without separately naming the Kebab Variety.
I would like to know the name of the Kebab as displayed in the picture and the recipe to make it
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Chelo (or Chellow) kebab refers to the entire dish which consists of the kebabs (usually 2), rice, and usually grilled tomatoes. Sometimes other accompaniments are included as well.
The most common types of kebabs used for this dish are koobideh (ground beef) and barg (ground lamb). It is sometimes served with one of each. There are exceptions and, though not as common, other types of kebab may be used.
If you perform a Google search for Chelo kebab recipe you will get tons of results. Most of the recipes include both the rice and the kebab.