Delicously Seasoned Middle Eastern Skewers
If you only ever make one single ground turkey recipe of mine... ever... it's this one (Unless you hate Kababs) lol. I'm half Arabic. I grew up eating REAL Lebanese food, because of my Dad. Everything from grape leaves to Lamb, fresh Baklava to homemade pita bread, so when I say that this is flippin good.... it's good. This meat mixture is my WW-ified rendition of my father's ground beef & lamb Kafta Kababs that he has made for decades. I used my own food hacking zaniness, to season ground turkey into a legitimate, no holds barred... substitution for ground beef and lamb with this recipe. The best part? 0 points for the entire batch. NOT 0 CALORIES.... but 0 points.
Enjoy these Appetizer sized Kafta Kababs with a batch of my low point hummus and some roasted tomatoes, along with some rice, and you have one heck of a delicious and low point & calorie middle eastern feast. Each one of these skewers is just shy of 1/4 cup of ground meat. You can definitely eat them as an appetizer, but if you'd like to have them as a main course, for entertaining... simple use more meat per skewer. You won't regret it.
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