|Sunshine in a glass...|
|Lamb & Feta Burgers...|
Last night I tried out another new recipe I had found: lamb & feta burgers. Oh, they were good! I changed the original recipe a little and we had them with homemade potato wedges on a little piece of focaccia bread. I can definitely recommend these as a nice change from beef burgers (although I dare say these would work equally well with minced beef, poultry and possibly even with vegetarian mince, although I have not tried this). On the BBQ these should be lovely.
Do you get the feeling I am ready for summer? :-)
Lamb & Feta Burgers
400g minced lamb
100g feta cheese, crumbled
1 small red onion, chopped
2 tbsp bread crumbs
salt & pepper
small handful chopped coriander (or parsley)
burger buns (or crusty bread rolls, toasted focaccia bread,...)
tzatziki (my version: combine a small tub of plain yogurt with some grated cucumber, 1 crushed clove of garlic, salt, pepper and some chopped coriander, mint or parsley)
potato chips or wedges
- In a bowl, combine all the ingredients and form 4 - 6 burgers.
- Grill or griddle for 4-5 minutes per side, the serve on top of burger buns with lettuce and tzatziki.
These can be frozen - simply defrost overnight in the fridge and cook as per the above instructions.
(recipe adapted from BBC Good Food)