This is no gyro, and it’s not your typical burger. This is 1/3 pound ground Lamb served between a grilled pita and topped with a delicious cucumber and yogurt sauce.
This spicy lamb burger is balanced by a refreshing sweet-tart cucumber topping with a mild lavendar background complimenting the lamb.
This delicious lamb burger is accompanied by the complimentary flavors of a creamy hummus spread and a crunchy salad tossed with Greek flavors, including kalamata olives, mint, parsley, olive oil,
This one will take you right to Athens! It is a refreshing change from the typical hamburger.
The "HAMBUR-GYRO" was inspired by combining 2 of my favorite foods, the hamburger and Greek gyro.
The term "Kiwi" is frequently misused in North America to refer to the fuzzy brown berry with green flesh which is a type of gooseberry, originally from China.
This lamb burger was inspired by my childhood memories. Growing up, we lived near a Greek family that treated me as their very own.
Overbearing mint consumed my herb garden, choking out the more polite aromatics. So, this recipe began as a search for something to do with mint. Naturally, Turkish cuisine came to mind.
I really love the unique combinations of fruits (figs and dates) and spices (turmeric, coriander, allspice, etc.) that predominate in the cuisine of Morocco.
I love Middle Eastern food, in particular, the food of Lebanon. The national dish of Lebanon is something called kibbeh, which is a mixture of either beef or lamb (I
These burgers bring the tantalizing taste of Indian food to the table.
This is a delicious sweet and sour burger with a taste of pomegranate. It's a very unique recipe and a reminder of my childhood. Hope you enjoy it as much I do...
I wanted to fuse one of my favorite meats with my Japanese heritage.
One of my favorite ethnic dishes is the Samosa. This Indian treat consists of a fried pastry stuffed with peas, potatoes, onions, carrots and fresh spices and herbs.
I built this burger to use a wonderful Moroccan Spice Blend I found and adapted.
My ex-husband is from the Middle East and this is a combination of flavors from the foods he taught me to cook, and the herbs and spices of the region.
My family raises fresh, American lamb. We grill lamb year-round, and we all have our favorite lamb entree off the grill.
If your passionate about the Mediterranean this is the burger for you. This burger is a blend of the freshest ingredients. Imagine lamb and mint smothered in blended yogurt sauce.