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Lamb & Mint Burgers

Updated: May 25, 2023

A firm favourite throughout BBQ season! Make these from scratch with ease with this easy to use seasoning.


Whether you are attending a BBQ this summer, just want a tasty meal, or want to try your hand at making delicious burgers your way. - read on!!


Add your burgers to your choice of bun / bread / bagel, use a donut if you wish!! & add your favourite toppings, with so many combinations to choose from you will never get bored.





Lamb & Mint Burger on a wholemeal roll topped with lettuce, tomato & cheddar -->







Recipe

Ingredients:

  • Minced Lamb - 780g

  • Lamb & Mint Complete Burger Mix - 100g

  • Water (chilled) - 120ml


Method:

  1. Add burger complete mix to mince meat and mix thoroughly.

  2. Add iced water and mix thoroughly.

  3. Press into burgers using the palm of your hand or a burger press.

  4. Cook using your preferred method (we recommend grilling, pan fry or BBQ) until the meat is cooked through.

  5. Top using your favourite toppings & enjoy.

For Best Results:

  • The colder the meat and water, the better the appearance and life of the burger.

  • Leave burgers in the fridge overnight to allow the herbs and spices to marinade with meat.

  • Use cellophane or greaseproof burger discs between your burgers before they are frozen allowing you to easily separate the burgers before cooking - these are available on our site.

  • Suitable for freezing.


Nutritional Values per finished product:

Full nutritional values available on site.

Approx 150 Kcal per 100g burger*

Approx 2/S per 100g burger*

*Calculated using 10% fat lamb mince


How-to Video:

Product Links:







<-- Lamb & Mint Complete Burger Mix

Simply Add to meat & water, available in 100g, 250g, 500g & 1kg.

















Gluten Free Lamb & Mint Burger Mix -->

Ideal for those with dietary requirements, made with gluten free rusk or potato starch!













<-- Lamb & Mint Burger Seasoning

This product contains no rusk (breadcrumb) and is used at approx 25g per 1kg meat.


* If you are following a SW diet, you may want to opt for the seasoning only, this does not contain rusk (breadcrumbs) and will result in lower carb content, as well as being syn free. This will result in a firmer textured burger, or you could add your own breadcrumbs to the mix!*

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