These burgers remind me of my visits to Athens and Santorini two years ago.
my family and i love lamb and one day i had a little lamb and a little bit of beef. So, i decided to make a burger with it since it was something i never tried before.
My wife and I fell in love with the flavors of Greece on our honeymoon. I tried to capture the flavors in this burger.
These burgers are succulant and full of flavor with a nice cooling effect from the raita.
Theese succulent burgers have just the right amount of spice, balanced by a cool and refreshing raita topping.
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.
This is a delightfully simple,yet mouthwatering burger that everyone should be able to make.
These juicy lamb burgers, hugged between crusty kaiser rolls, are packed with flavor.
This is no gyro, and it’s not your typical burger... 1/2 pound ground Lamb mixed with kalamata olives, served between a grilled pita, and topped with a delicious cucumber and yogurt sauce.
This is a tasty burger variation on a dish called Cousa (pronounced Kusa) that my grandfather brought from Syria when he emigrated to the US many years ago.
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.
A celebratory burger for a Mediterranean-inspired meal. Opa!
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,
My European friends are not hamburger eaters, but my Champagne Burgers makes all of them to Burger lovers!
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...
Oh my gosh, when you take that first bite and you see how juicy and smell all the flavors your heart melts with joy, Let
I moved from Pennsylvania to Iowa a little over a year ago, and since then I have witnessed, an incredible amount of snow, tornadoes, and of course, the floods of 2008.