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.
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 burger is bursting with flavor, simple to make, and tastes just like a delicious gyro!
I have always been addicted to the bold fresh flavors found south of the border.
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.
Gyro's are an extremely delectable, and popular food on the go. The lamb patties make a great substitute for the pressed meat and all the typical flavors are represented in this version.
A Greek inspired twist on a gyro. Still portable, but with a different texture.
This burger has a combination of exotic tastes put together. Garlic, fresh herbs, spicy organic lettuce, and special cheese, bread and a grilling process make an incredible burger.
This lamb burger was inspired by my childhood memories. Growing up, we lived near a Greek family that treated me as their very own.
I live in an area that has been nicknamed the Emerald Valley. It is beautiful and fertile and full of surprises.
I love a good gyro, but I also love a good burger. So why can't you have your favorite dishes cooked on the grill as a juicy burger?
I am passionate about the deep, concentrated tomato flavor of sundried tomatoes and the briny richness of feta cheese.
I love the food of Morocco. When you combine the unique fragrance of the spices and some fruity goodness, you truly get some delicious North African flavors.
One of my favorite places to spend a vacation is on the Costa del Sol, which is the sun-drenched southern portion of Spain.
I have been on numerous trips to Greece and I created this burger to capture those the outstanding and very homey Greek food that I tasted on those trips.
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.