Using a stand mixer, blend together all ingredients. If you have time, let the mixture sit in the fridge for 30 minutes. You can also mix it up and set aside for a day or two until you're ready to make the kababs
Although I tried this with and without skewers, it really makes no difference to the final product. Since it's a lot easier to simply shape the kababs by hand, divide the meat into four and make four long sausage shapes (or Pokémon shape or whatever you want).
Place the kababs in your airfryer and cook at 370F for 10 minutes.
Check with a meat thermometer to ensure that the kababs have an internal temperature of 145F.
Sprinkle with additional parsley for garnishing and serve with tzatziki, a cucumber tomato salad, and pita bread.
To make in an oven
Preheat the oven to 375F as you begin preparations.
Line a small baking pan with foil and then place a rack inside the pan. Your kababs should be placed on the rack so that the fat drips down.
You may choose to finish them off with a broil.
To make on the grill
Preheat grill to 375F as you begin preparations.
Mix together ingredients in a stand mixer
Place meat on skewers
Grill until kababs reach an internal temperature of 145F
I used 85% ground beef but you can use any kind of meat you'd like including ground chicken, ground lamb, or a combination of beef and lamb which would be fabulous.
If you use lean ground meat such as venison, or bison, or turkey, you may need to add a little more oil and/or cook until just done and be very careful to not overcook.