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So Yummy, You May Not Want To Share!
If you’re anything like my husband, you make most of your summertime meals on the grill. I always joke that as soon as the first spring days are here, he sets up a big BBQ and it doesn’t stop until the rainy fall days force him to move back inside.
Now, I’m not complaining – he makes absolutely delicious dinners on the grill and I only have to whip up a quick salad to go with them! But I have to admit at some point you kind of want a little change, after you’ve tried your usual grilled ribs, chicken and steak (and all kinds of versions of them). So I thought I’d surprise my husband with a new recipe and give him a day off of cooking.
These tasty kebabs are so easy to make, you won’t believe it. I wasn’t able to find ground lamb that day but I did have plenty of ground beef. I also didn’t use fresh mint, since my husband is not a great fan. But even with these changes, the kebabs turned out super delicious!
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Quick Tip: Serve these with tzatziki sauce!