Continuing my exploration of Moroccan fusion foods, serve these spiced-up burgers up with toppings like avocado, onion, and olives. I’m really trying to add more legitimately ethnic foods (not fusion foods) to the site and am about to embark on a world tour via my kitchen. Yum! 🙂
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- Combine all ingredients except the lettuce, mixing well.
- Form into four patties and fry an a large, oiled skillet over medium heat.
- Cook about 4 minutes per side, or longer for a more thoroughly cooked burger.
- Serve between lettuce "buns" with desired toppings.