These are delightfully tangy and fresh burgers.
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
This burger is French food at itâ€™s essence. The burger itself is very simple and pure: ground chuck, shallot, rosemary, fleur de sel, and freshly ground black pepper.
The flavor is a Herby-Garlicy coating the burgers. Grilled and served in warmed pita bread!
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.
Living in the tri state area food palates are very Gourmet and hard to please.. This burger has the flavor of a fine lamb dinner on a bun..
Call them Gyros, Shwaramas or Kebabs, whenever we travel we have to find this tasty middle-eastern sandwhich.
After lobster, Maine is probably most famous for it's wild blueberries. We also have a great small farming system which has resulted in the creation of several artisan cheese makers.
I am originally from Russia but I have Middle Eastern roots.
Limburger- a stinky cheese is better than it's reputation.
I am always trying to conquer new recipes for alternative burgers and this is the one that came to mind when I thought of "ground lamb".
Sutter Home Pinot Noir is the perfect match for these unusually tasty burgers.
Great alternative hamburger and the sauce really makes it.
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.
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.
Mary might be missing her pet but you get a great alternative burger!
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.