Need a little cooking inspiration with regard to ground meat? These Moroccan kefta recipes will have you changing up your meal plan in a very good way. Kefta can be either ground beef or ground lamb, or a combination of the two. It's usually finely ground and well-seasoned with spices before being cooked.
If you're avoiding red meat, go ahead and use ground chicken or turkey instead.
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This is a good basic recipe to keep on hand for just about any Moroccan dish which calls for kefta. It's especially delicious grilled.
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Kefta and eggs are a popular combination in Morocco. Here, they're at their best - with caramelized onions, saucy tomatoes and tangy olives.
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This classic Moroccan dish features well-seasoned meatballs cooked in a spicy tomato sauce. Eggs are an optional but classic addition.
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This basic Moroccan pasta sauce uses fresh tomatoes and Moroccan spices. Well-seasoned meatballs are an optional, but common addition.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Stuffed msemen are a filled version of the regular square-shaped rghaif, or folded Moroccan pancake. This recipe makes a slightly zesty ground beef filling.
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Mildly seasoned kefta is used to make a Moroccan style hamburger. Links to homemade hamburger roll and homemade condiment recipes.
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These crispy Moroccan pastries are made with a tasty combination of ground meat and veggies. Although usually served as an appetizer or side, they can also be presented as a main dish.
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These fried Moroccan pastries are filled with a zesty ground beef filling. Make them as spicy as you like.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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This is the traditional, mildly seasoned ground beef filling for the Moroccan pastries known as briouats. The pastries can be folded into triangles or cylinders before being fried.
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Soft sadwich rolls are stuffed with a seasoned ground beef and olive filling. Shape them small for tea time or Ramadan fare.