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Homemade burgers are ideal for those who are on a diet provided the meat is lean and served with a salad.   All it needs is to squeeze some fresh lemon juice when they are still hot and  serve with a low-fat yoghurt sauce.

There is a huge difference between homemade beefburgers, using good quality meat and no preservatives and store-bought burgers .  You know what ingredients are in there.


Not everyone in the family is watching their weight, so I spoil them with Fried potatoes, the Greek way, fried in olive oil,  Tzatziki and Tyropitakia (cheese puffs).

For the children try the American style in a bun with ketchup, some vegetables and if they like onions, you can add some caramelized onions or just slices of onions mixed with parsley.

All these recipes are included in my cookbook Mint, Cinnamon & Blossom Water, Flavours of Cyprus, Kopiaste!

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5 σχόλια on Mpiftekia (Beefburgers)

  1. Ο/Η Lulu λέει:

    Μου αρέσουν τα μπιφτέκια!

    So…will it post correctly or will it be all question marks? Let’s see!

  2. Ο/Η Ivy λέει:

    Absolutely correct Lulu.

  3. [...] Diet we used to eat more pork and veal, so I used to make them with minced pork or with ground veal.  However, the past year I’ve been experimenting with chicken or turkey to make healthier [...]


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