Keftedes. Discover all the secrets behind the perfect meatballs! Crispy, juicy and absolutely delicious, this dish commonly served as part of a meze platter with some creamy tzatziki sauce and pita breads as the ideal party/finger food!
Kefta is ground beef or lamb, typically mixed with cumin, paprika, minced onion, coriander and parsley. Kefta makes a superb kebab (brochette), and is also the foundation of a number of other Moroccan dishes.
Keema with peas | BBC Good Food. The only things I needed to change to make this recipe Slimming World-friendly were the oil to Fry Light, the mince to Quorn, and the yoghurt to fat free. I only used one deseeded green chilli and 1tbsp garam masala as it would have been waaaay too spicy for me otherwise!