Keftedes is one of the most famous traditional Cypriot dishes and they are fried meatballs, usually made with pork, beef or chicken.
Each place has its own variation of keftedes recipe. In Greece they are usually made with beef, bread, milk, garlic and oregano. Some also put cumin and in some islands they also put ouzo or vinegar.
In Cyprus keftedes are usually made with pork or a mixture or pork and beef. Cypriot keftedes are different because they are made with potato instead of bread, as well as cinnamon and mint which give the keftedes a special flavour. Keftedes are usually served with salad, fried potatoes or pilaf.
Lastly, a necessary side dish is yogurt.