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Aug 8, 2008

Category:Budget Cooking
Cuisine:Middle Eastern
Prep Time:Less than 30 min

Kufta is a Turkish meatball that is widely eaten by all Middle Eatern people it is easy to make and not very exspensive.

Directions: Ground Beef (use amount accordenly to size of your family)

2 Medium onions chopped fine in food processor

Salt and pepper

cooking oil

Put Ground beef in mixing bowl add chopped onion,salt and pepper to taste. Roll small amount of mixture into a sausage about the size of a hotdog.drop in veg. oil in large frying pan set on medium to low heat cook all the way through till done. turn Kufta frequently so not to burn when Kufta is done cooking through make a well in center of pan and put a well prepare hot charcoal in center of pan cover and turn of heat wait for about 5 minutes remove charcoal and serve with your favorite fried rice recipe or anything else you wish to have for the evening meal.

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Posted: Friday August 8, 2008, 4:41 am
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