The secret’s in the stuffing
The next time your mum says she’s making kebabs and before you roll your eyes, here’s a kebab recipe we LOVE that puts a whole new spin on the meaty option.
*A pound of minced meat — beef or lamb works best, but chicken is good, too
*A quarter large onion, sliced and diced
*3 teaspoons chopped garlic
*2 large eggs
*4 green chillies, diced (seeds included to up the spice quotient)
*One pack feta cheese
*The above is enough for two. You can scale up as necessary.
: Put the minced meat in a large mixing bowl and break up the tiny bits that are still frozen.
: Add in the garlic, onions and the chillies.
: Break both large eggs into the mixing bowl and squish together. (We’ve used all sorts of utensils but really, your fingers work best.)
: Add salt, pepper, and chillie powder to taste. Blend in all condiments thoroughly.
: For an added kick, add 1.5 T of spicy dijon mustard.
: Now, shape the mixture into patties.
: Using your index finger, make a tiny hole in the centre of each.
: Fill each dent with a generous helping of feta. Make sure the cheese is really embedded in the patty. When you’re done, the meat should cover both ends of the opening.
: Brown garlic in a pan and cook until the meat is medium done. This is just enough for the cheese to melt and the patty to be cooked enough to eat.
: Bite in and enjoy the feel of your tastebuds on fire.
Now, the next time you have kebabs for dinner, this feta treat will keep ya quiet! #cheesyteasy
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