Flippin’ good Fathers’ Day bowl mix together 1 beaten egg
A slap-up thank you meal alfresco is a perfect thank you for chef-owner Jonny Nicholson of The Sail Loft in Southwold.
COME Sunday 16th June, families across the country will be celebrating their lovely fathers and grandads and what better way than to get chargrilling, either outside on the barbecue in the sunshine or indoors in the unlikely event it’s a grey or rainy day. A perennial favourite, not just with the menfolk but also children too are burgers. If you put a bit of variety in to it, even non-meat eaters, vegetarians and vegans can tuck into a great patty.
Here’s a few meatless options alongside more traditional carnivorous ideas for the perfect burgers:
burger: two tins of chickpeas drained, rinsed and dried, then pulse with a small handful of fresh parsley and another of
coriander leaves, 3 peeled and chopped garlic cloves, 1 peeled and chopped small red onion, 1 heaped tsp ground cumin, half tsp of ground coriander and same of paprika, 1tbsp sesame seeds and 2tbsp plain flour and seasoning to suit, before shaping into 6 – 8 patties. Great with humous and tahini sauce in pitta bread.
Asian seafood burger: Process
350g raw skinless salmon fillet until finely-chopped, add in 1 large red chilli deseeded and a thumb of peeled and grated root ginger, pulsing until well- mixed. Put into a bowl and mix in 350g roughly-sliced raw prawns and seasoning to suit before shaping into 6 patties. Lovely with sweet chilli sauce and lime-dressed coleslaw in your bun. Caribbean fish burger: In a
white, 4 finely-chopped spring onions, 20g fresh breadcrumbs, 2tbsp chopped coriander leaves, 2tsp jerk seasoning, 1 chopped garlic clove and seasoning to suit, then finely chop 700g skinless, firm white fish fillets before pulsing altogether. Shape into 6 patties. Spicy mango sauce and chinese leaf is delicious with these. Lamb, mint and feta burger: Pulse together 500g lamb mince, 1tbsp mint sauce, 2tbsp chopped fresh mint leaves,
1 beaten egg, fresh breadcrumbs, 40g 1tbsp
Worcestershire sauce, 1 peeled and finely-chopped small red onion and seasoning to suit. Divide into four balls, push your thumb into the middle and add 25g crumbled feta into the hole, cover up the cheese and then mould and flatten into a patty before repeating with the other three balls. Roasted red pepper, yoghurt and flatbread works well. Beefburger with mustard red
and onion marmalade:
Pulse together 1 heaped tbsp red onion marmalade, 500g coarse steak mince, 1 tsp thyme leaves, 1 finely chopped garlic clove, 1 heaped Dijon- style mustard and seasoning to suit, before dividing
four patties. Brioche buns are delicious with this, along with melted blue cheese on top, watercress leaves and crisp smoked streaky rashers. Pork burger: Pulse 500g pork mince with 1 heaped tsp wholegrain mustard, 1 tsp dried sage, 50g fresh breadcrumbs,
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