It’s so easy to sneak vegetables into mince. By blending in loads of veg, you’ll create a healthier meat pattie, save money and eat less meat. It’s a win-win! I love these with some baked potato (sweet or normal) and salad. See my ‘punched potatoes’ or ‘curly sweet potato fries’. You can also serve it in a burger with pickles, tomatoes, lettuce and a wholemeal bun.
Stale bread works best here. If I don’t have stale bread, I just leave the bread in the sun for a little bit to dry out. If not, just use it fresh. If you don’t have bread, you can use wholemeal breadcrumbs.
You don’t have to use beef for this recipe. Try other minced meats.
Use the herbs you love – skip the others. I personally just use what is in my fridge (or what I haven’t killed off yet in my herb garden).
If your kids don’t like colour things mixed into their food, skip the herbs and chillies. Add 50g more mushrooms.
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