Great alternative hamburger and the sauce really makes it.
These burgers remind me of my visits to Athens and Santorini two years ago.
I first had Kefta off of a cart Cairo, and it was love at first bite!
I once read an article in National Geographic on the ancient Moguls of India. They were an intriguing bunch of people who had a distinct way of living and cooking.
My wife and I fell in love with the flavors of Greece on our honeymoon. I tried to capture the flavors in this burger.
I live near Dearborn, Michigan, the largest arab community in the U.S., and I love the spices and herbs used in all the cuisine. Kafta is usually made in a hodog shape and grilled.
This is one of my favorite hamburgers. I like to put some feta cheese on the patty a minute or so before I take them off the grill. You can top them off with onions and tomatoes if you'd like.
This recipe came to me when I was having friends over for a BBQ and swim party. I wanted to serve burgers that came already assembled, because I didn’t want to clutter the table with condiments.
Mary might be missing her pet but you get a great alternative burger!
These burgers are succulant and full of flavor with a nice cooling effect from the raita.
The spice mix really adds a unique flavor to this burger. I like adding elements from various cuisines in my cooking which is why I chose a salsa instead of a traditional yogurt topping.
Theese succulent burgers have just the right amount of spice, balanced by a cool and refreshing raita topping.
Moroccan food is so interesting with it's varied blend of spices. Tried it using ground lamb to make burgers and it was very appetizing.
This is a special burger I created in honor of my Indian heritage. Us Asians like a little spice so i incorporated the flavors of the east into this savory, spicy, exotic burger. Enjoy!
This burger is bursting with flavor, simple to make, and tastes just like a delicious gyro!
I took Kibbeh in a new direction. Maintaing the integrity of this Middle Eastern favorite I added a tamarind glaze and a spicy apricot salsa.
I have always been addicted to the bold fresh flavors found south of the border.
This is a delightfully simple,yet mouthwatering burger that everyone should be able to make.
These burgers are a great alternative to beef for those who want less fat or dislike beef. You can make ahead of time; they freeze well.
I had so much fun working on this entry since it was the first time I have entered a cooking contest. I truly love to cook and especially for others.