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I have not forgotten you my friends! So much to share with you so stay tuned! In the meantime, here are some pictures for your eyes to eat…
These are super easy to make but very time-consuming when it comes to stamping out every fish! They are fun to do with kids and family. I got the recipe here. I used Monterey Cheese and whole wheat flour instead of some all-purpose mixed with the whole wheat. Tasted really great! This is a quick post but more on the way!
ready to eat
So overdue but so here!
onion and garlic powder
(a spoon of olive oil, just enough to moisten the meat)
1. Add all the ingredients to the ground beef in a mixing bowl except the sumac and knead the meat well.
2. Heat a non-stick skillet and roll out the meat into small kabobs.
3. Cook on both sides until meat inside is not red.
4. Sprinkle some sumac over the mini kabobs.
Eat with sliced lemons, warm pita bread, fattoush, and garlic or cucumber yogurt.