1 garlic clove
1 x 15ml spoon capers
225g lean lamb mince
2 x 15ml spoons tomato sauce
2 x 15ml reduced fat mayonnaise
2 x 15ml spoon tomato sauce
1 x 5ml spoon sweet chilli sauce
Vegetable knife, chopping board, garlic press, large mixing bowl, mixing spoon, measuring spoons, 2 x small mixing bowls, fork, plate, tongs, oven gloves.
- Pre-heat the grill.
- Peel and crush the garlic.
- Finely chop the capers.
- Mix the garlic, capers, lamb, tomato sauce, a teaspoon of the breadcrumbs and few twists of black pepper together.
- Divide the mixture into 6 equal portions.
- Shape each portion into a rissole (roll into a ball and then flatten slightly).
- Beat the egg in a small bowl.
- Spread the remaining breadcrumbs evenly on a plate.
- Dip the rissoles into the beaten egg and then the breadcrumbs.
- Place the rissoles onto the grill pan and cook for 8-10 minutes on each side, until the juices run clear.
- Mix the mayonnaise, ketchup and sweet chilli sauce together to make the spicy tomato dip.
• Serve as a snack with toasted pitta bread, tomato dip and salad.
• Try adding small pieces of vegetables such as grated carrot or courgette to the rissole mixture.
• Keep the grill temperature on a moderate heat to allow the rissoles to cook all the way through, without charring the surface.
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