Monday, 14 April 2008

Lamb and Mint Meatballs Recipe


Here is my lamb and mint meatball recipe that is easy to cook.

This delicious recipe can be cooked as a meal, side dish or snack.

Lamb and mint are a perfect combination and meatballs are a great food to eat as they taste so good, this dish is also a perfect meal to make for all the family.




Ingredients

Lean Minced Lamb
Bunch Fresh Mint Leaves
Salt & Pepper
1 tsp Garam Masala
1 Medium Egg
1 Small Onion (diced very fine)
2 Slices Danish Bread (light sliced white bread)
Rapeseed Oil

Getting Started on Chef Jeenas Lamb and Mint Meatball Recipe


Take a mixing bowl and place into it the fresh mint leaves, chopped onions, salt, pepper and garam masala.

Mix well.




Add the lean minced lamb mix well.



Add bread crumbs and egg and knead the lamb meatball mixture together with your hands.



Now your lamb meatball recipe mixture is ready to cook.



Take your meatball recipe mixture and roll into little balls.

Heat up some oil in a pan and carefully place the meatballs into the pan. Let them cook for a few minutes before you turn the meatballs over.



Start to turn over your lamb meatballs so they cook evenly.



Keep turning over the lamb meatballs until they are golden brown and cooked through.



Place your cooked meatballs onto some kitchen paper.



Serve your lamb and mint meatballs recipe as they are or with rice, bread, salad or any other dish you desire to eat.



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3 comments:

anjana said...

woww..this recipe s really good..nd since she has demonstrated this with pic. its easy to follow..thanks..

Jeena said...

Hi Anjana, thank you for stopping by jeenaskitchen.blogspot.com. Please do log on again as I update daily with new recipes.

I would love to hear how the lamb meatballs come along.

Jeena :-)

MoonMama said...

All day I've been thinking about how to cook lamb meatballs with mint. not sure of whether garam masala would be appropriate. Now that I've seen your recipe it is just as I had imagined. Thanks for confirmation. Off to the Kitchen!! :0)