Continuing with the barbecue theme, today I bring you a Minty Lamb Burger Recipe. Another easy to make homemade recipe for your barbecue grill.
Only 5g net carbs per portion
I have added cumin as well as mint to the recipe as I think cumin compliments lamb; however you can really add whatever herbs and spices suit your own palate.
After cooking on the grill, I served with a minty yoghurt. This is simply Plain Greek yoghurt mixed with mint sauce (for convenience) and seasoned with salt and pepper as required. On the plate I added grilled butternut squash and fresh rocket salad.
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A tasty low carb alternative Shepherd’s Pie made with Butternut Squash Mash instead of the traditional creamed potato topping. A winner for all the family.
So we have 2 British pies which are traditionally topped with mashed (creamed) potato. One is a Shepherd’s Pie and the other is a Cottage Pie. The main difference between the 2 is the meat origin. A Shepherd’s Pie uses minced lamb whilst the Cottage Pie uses minced beef.
I’ve today chosen to cook and share the recipe for a low-carb lamb version – Shepherd’s Pie.
I will be replacing the mashed potato with mashed Butternut Squash. You will notice I will regularly use this versatile squash as an alternative to potatoes. 100 gm of cooked Butternut Squash is only 10 net carbs, a typical serving is going to be about 80gm. You could replace this with Daikon Radish and prepare in the same way as the Butternut Squash, however the difference is that the Radish is only 3 net carbs, so if you are restricting carbs to loose weight, this may be your preferred alternative.
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