Woah! I took a bite, dipped into a bit of thick, whole-fat yogurt and I swear, my socks went flying across the room they were knocked so hard! I cooked mine entirely in a skillet just for ease. It took longer than the recipe said to get it brown. It's possible that med. on my stove isn't like the poster's stove. That said, I also used pork instead of turkey. I'm finicky about the quality of my meat and the only "all natural" ground white meat I could find was pork. I'd make this recipe with any white meat and will likely next time serve it with a rich tzadziki instead of plain yogurt. As a side I ate baked kale chips, also found on this site. Not exactly authentic, but delicious and satisfying. This recipe will be making a regular occurrence in this house. Thanks so much for sharing! UPDATE: I had to share that I just ate the leftovers for breakfast. I only had two left and I don't use a microwave so I ate them cold. Still FANTASTIC. I think I'll be making these again next week! Maybe twice, even. :-)
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Woah! I took a bite, dipped into a bit of thick, whole-fat yogurt and I swear, my socks went...