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 Barbeque Lamb and Feta Burgers

A very flavoursome Lamb burger for you to make and cook on the barbeque. 

KEY POINTS

 Preparation Time:  10 mins  Cooking Time:   8 - 10 minutes
 How Difficult Easy  Freeze?

  Yes-uncooked burgers

 Servings

8 burgers

INGREDIENTS
The ingredients below will make approximately 8 lamb burgers



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INGREDIENTS
Ingredients

Imperial

Metric

Fresh lamb mince 1 lb 450 grams
Feta cheese crumbled 8 oz 225 grams
Garlic cloves, crushed 2 2
Spring onions finely chopped 6 6
Ready to eat prunes, chopped 3 oz 85 grams
Pine kernels, toasted 1 oz 25 grams
Fresh wholemeal breadcrumbs 2 oz 55 grams
Chopped fresh rosemary 1 tbsp 1 tbsp
Sunflower oil 1 tbsp 1 tbsp
Salt and pepper    

To serve

Fresh burger rolls if required, tomato ketchup and or mustard.

Pre-heat the barbeque.

Method


Place all the ingredients except the rosemary, into a large bowl, mix well breaking up any large lumps of lamb.

Then add the rosemary, salt and pepper to the lamb mixture in the bowl.

 
Shape the mixture into equal sized burgers, cover and leave to chill in the fridge for at least 30 minutes.

 
On the pre-heated barbeque, place on the lightly oiled burgers and cook over the hot coals for 4 minutes before turning over.  Brush with more oil and cook for an additional 4 minutes, or until cooked to personal preference.

 
Serve immediately in a burger bun if liked, or as we preferred by themselves with a tasty salad.   Relax and enjoy the taste of summer.

 






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