Today the Dinosaur bar has been open in Donna's Diner, wow this is good
500 g Minced lamb;
Dried mint or 1 tablespoon finely chopped mint
25 g Fresh white breadcrumbs
(made in a
liquidiser/blender or food processor)
1 md Size
Flour to dust hands and work -surface
Preheat the oven to 200 C, 400 F, Gas Mark 6. Brush
a baking tray using a pastry brush with a little
Place the minced lamb into a
large mixing bowl.
Add the mint, breadcrumbs
and seasoning and mix with a mixing spoon into the
mince until thoroughly combined.
Beat the egg
in a small bowl with a fork and add to the mince
mixture, mixing in thoroughly.
floured hands and a floured surface, shape the
mixture into four or eight dinosaur shapes
depending on the size required. Alternatively cut
into shapes using dinosaur cutters.
at this stage can be cooked immediately or place
onto a clean plate, cover and refrigerate until
Place the burgers onto the baking
tray and place in the preheated oven.
burgers for 25-30 minutes, turning once during
cooking (An adult will need to do this). The
burgers should be cooked throughout until the
centre is piping hot and no pink colour remains.
Serve the burgers with vegetables or baked beans or
serve in sesame buns with salad and relishes.
The burgers are also delicious served with this
tangy tomato sauce mix 10 tablespoons of
tomato ketchup with 1 teaspoon of Worcestershire
sauce and 1 teaspoon lemon
Tomatoe Chutney is nice
If I don't get some,
I think I'm gonna die!
Give away the green
Give away the
But don't give away my