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Grilled lamb kofta kebabs with pistachios and spicy salad wrap from Jamie at Home: Cook Your Way to the Good Life (page 44) by Jamie Oliver

  • salad greens
  • ground cumin
  • lamb shoulder
  • mint
  • red onions
  • parsley
  • sumac
  • thyme
  • pistachio nuts
  • yogurt
  • flat bread
  • ground chiles

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  • jzanger on August 29, 2018

    I've been making these for years. Usually I make it with ground lamb by combining everything except the lamb in a food processor then mixing in the ground meat by pulsing it a half dozen times. My handful of pistachios is more like a double handful, and into the mix I also add a roughly chopped garlic clove and a sliced shallot as well as a little olive oil. I've found that even when I eyeball the spices it tastes great. If you can possibly cook them on a grill do it.

  • Rutabaga on April 01, 2014

    The whole family really enjoyed these kebabs. I used ground turkey and cooked them under the broiler, which worked great. They would lend themselves well to any yogurt, hummus, or tahini topping. I even made fresh flour tortillas to go with them, making the dish extra delicious.

  • melissabazley on September 09, 2011

    I loved this recipe. Could also make them with beef. I made some hummous to go with it and it was superb. Great summer BBQ food.

  • mirage on June 26, 2010

    Must make Tzatziki to go with!

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