We have been back for only a week and Christmas seems so long ago… It was great spending time with all of you and I hope 2014 will bring us all geographically closer, so we can see each other more often!
So let’s start 2014 with another recipe from my mom.
The base is ground beef. But again, you can use turkey meat or even chicken and add some meat spices that I believe Santa brought you @ Xmas. 🙂
Santa’s nice like that!
600 gr ground beef
1 bunch parsley, finely chopped
1 teaspoon Jordanian meat spices
1 big onion
2 yogurts (Greek or goat)
1 cup cold water
First, you have to prepare the meat:
Chop the onion, and the parsley and mix it with the raw grounded meat.
Add the Jordanian spices and salt to your liking.
Spread the mix in a pan and cook it on a low heat. Cover it with a lid, we don’t want the meat to go dry.
In parallel, mix the tahineh, the yogurt, the lemon juice and the water in a bowl.
Beat them well until you get a homogeneous creamy sauce.
Add the sauce on top of the cooking meat (by then, the meat has to look almost done). Let the sauce boil with the meat, keeping it at low heat.
Et voila! you are done.
This dish is served with white rice (basmati).
I hope you enjoy it!
We surely did 🙂
Hope to see you all really soon!