Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Eat Clean:My Dad's Moroccan Kefta Kabobs #MealPrepSunday


So excited to be sharing one of the hundreds of amazing recipes from my dad! If you didn't know my father is an amazing chef...I have been working so hard to learn from him and my goal this year is to share with you many of his signature dishes. 

One of my favorites is his Kefta Recipe! Now I made some modifications as I am still "prepping" and want to see if I can incorporate his flavors with my clean eating habits. SO....join me as I prepare my dad's Kefta Recipe!
You can watch me make it on my YOUTUBE channel! I share my shopping trips and meal prep every Sunday ! Don't forget to like and subscribe and share!

I take you to Sprouts where I bought a few items in the video here is what you will need!

CORIANDER
1 tsp

CUMIN
1 tsp to 1 1/2 tsp
Fresh Garlic or Granulated Garlic
I like to add 1 tbsp to 1 1/2 tbsp I love garlic!

Harissa or your favorite spicy sauce
To your liking I like things spicy!
Black Pepper
To taste
Olive Oil
1 tbsp to 2 tbsp I used Extra Lean Ground Turkey so it needed some more!
Paprika or Smoked Paprika
1tsp to 1 1/2 tsp

Cilantro
1/3 Cup Chopped
MACE
1tsp (Be careful this is very rich you don't need a lot!)

Take all of the ingredients and mix them with 2 packages of Ground beef which is what my father uses or Extra Lean Ground Turkey which is what I use! Remember the turkey will be a little dry as it has less fat!

Watch the video for how I mixed it. Don't mix too much but simply fold the ingredients in and begin making your Kefta's. My dad makes them into small hamburgers and broils them on Low for 10 to 15 minutes but since I love grilling I decided to make Kabobs! Here is what they looked like. 


I grilled them for about 4 minutes on each side with the grill at 475 degrees! Make sure to soak the skewers so they don't burn! I whipped up some Couscous and hummus and also grilled some veggie skewers to complete the meal! More in the video! and Voila! 

For Dessert I just took strawberries and blueberries and put them on a skewer!


In the video I added salt. DO NOT ADD SALT It didn't need it..and if you need it add it after! Enjoy and remember my dad has always taught me that recipes are just ingredients...You turn it into your own RECIPE...So play around with the spice and learn what you like...he always just give me ingredients and leaves it up to me to decide I used to get mad until I realized....YOU must make it to your liking and then guess what....it becomes YOUR RECIPE...ENJOY!! and please share this if you like it! Would love to see your recipes! you can share with me on Twitter @shanaemily or on instagram at @shanaemily_ xoxo #MEALPREPSUNDAY #SHANAEMILY


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