Kufta also known as kofta refers to Arabic dish of finger-shaped, ball-shaped or a flat cake of minced meat and spices that can be baked or charcoal-grilled on skewers

Related Articles

Kofte ■■■■■
Kofte is a Turkish term describing ground meats, bulgur, and/or rice. Kofte is skewered, baked, or fried. . . . Read More
Kultra ■■■■
Kultra refers to meat on skewers in Arabic. Kultra is another name for Kebabs. Kultra is often served . . . Read More
Blechkuchen ■■■■
Blechkuchen is the German word for sheet cake or a cake baked in cake tray/baking sheet. It is when the . . . Read More
Cake ■■■■
Cake is a form of bread or bread-like food. In its modern forms, it is typically a sweet baked dessert. . . . Read More
Course ■■■■
Course: In the food context, a course refers to a particular stage or part of a meal, with each course . . . Read More
Daddawa ■■■■
Daddawa refers to an African black, fermented paste which is made from the flat beans of the locust tree. . . . Read More
Pita bread ■■■■
Pita bread is a Middle Eastern yeast bread shaped into a flat oval that is baked and cooled in damp cloth. . . . Read More
Lepyoshka ■■■■
Lepyoshka refers to Uzbekistan's flat bread, or "non", "that is usually baked in tandoor ovens, and served . . . Read More
Steak ■■■■
A steak ("roast") is generally a cut of beef sliced perpendicular to the muscle fibers, or of fish cut . . . Read More
Salsa ■■■■
Salsa is the Italian word for "sauce ", covering a wide range of dressings and condiments. It also refers . . . Read More