In a bowl, mix together the oil, spices, garlic, seasoning, lemon juice and parsley.
Put the turkey chunks into a bowl and add the marinade. Mix well and refrigerate for at least 2 hours.
Thread the marinated turkey onto pre-soaked skewers. Grill for 10 minutes, turning regularly.
We recommend marinating the turkey for at least an hour, but if you can then try to marinate it overnight. This will take the flavours of the turkey kebabs to the next level, as it allows them to really get in to the chunks of turkey.
Make sure that you grill the kebabs on a high heat. This will get them nice and crispy on the edges.
If you are using a wooden skewer, make sure that you soak them in water for an hour before threading, so that they don't burn when they go under the grill.
If you wanted to add some vegetables, you could add chunks of bell pepper, aubergine, onion, courgette and mushrooms. It needs to be a vegetable that can be added to a skewer and also cooks quickly. Some cherry tomatoes add a nice burst of flavour when you bite in to them, but be careful because the juices inside can be really hot.
Add some extra flavour by mixing some sun-dried tomato paste into the marinade.
If you like spicy food, then you can add some red chilli flakes to the marinade.