Middle Eastern Kofta Kebab Recipe



This amazingly easy to make kofta kebab recipe is jam-packed with middle eastern seasonings and spices and seared to …

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  1. So Iโ€™ve made this recipe about 8 times nowโ€ฆ with just ground beef, ground turkey, ground beef/lamb mix, and just lambโ€ฆ and omg it ALWAYS taste amazing. The seasonings in this recipe are top tier and honestly it will forever be one of my go to recipes! Thank you so much for the video!!!

  2. Zaatar seasonsing can usually be found in the International food aisle of the grocery store. Same with Sumac. I just purchased jars of both seasonings a couple of weeks ago.

  3. Good job with this! I absolutely agree with you that the mint is KEY here. And I'm glad you mentioned the option to grate the onion — that's what I always do for this type of preparation. But you never told us what your wife thought about how it turned out! Did she guess there was lamb in it?

  4. We call this dish ADANA KEBAB in Turkiye .No matter what kind of meat you use sneak in little bit of tail fat make its delish.If you're in metropolitan NY area there is a restaurant called TOROS in Clifton NJ they make it the best .

  5. My Iranian friend does not use skewers. He makes ours in patties and cook. Roast veggies in oven. To Shewer or not to skewer does not change flavor. His taste as good as our local Iranian restaurant.

  6. Billy, I do not eat certain meats, but I always watch your video tutorials, because there's so much to learn! Thank you so much. Those skewers are really beautiful, great gift they gave you ๐Ÿ‘ Did your wife noticed the lamb? Just wondering… Keep up with your amazing recipes ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ’Ÿ

  7. I'm Lebanese and feel proud u featured this recipe…… U can make a side salad made from shredded onion parsley pinch of salt sumac and pepper placed on the top the kafta in pitta bread and voila

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