I love a good burger! Juicy, flavourful, free of gluten and dairy - sign me up!! I make these burgers for my family ALL THE TIME! You can use any ground lamb, chicken or grass-fed beef. My favourite meat to use is definitely ground lamb. Either way, the fresh mint in these burgers is memorable and flavourful!
Yes, these burgers are THAT good. Juicy, flavourful and packed with good ingredients!
The most important factor in making a good burger is great ingredients. I always buy either grass-fed when it comes to beef, or organic when it comes to chicken or lamb - although organic lamb is hard to come by. I shop locally and buy most of our animal foods from The Healthy Butcher or The Sweet Potato or my local farmers market.
Most burgers have bread crumbs for added texture and as a filler. Instead, I always add either ground flax or almond flour. I used almond flour in this recipe which makes these burgers, gluten-free and paleo.
Now let’s talk toppings! I love dijon, sauerkraut ( make your own, it's so easy!), sliced tomato, pickles - so much yumminess. No matter what toppings you add, you can’t go wrong because these burgers are incredibly delicious and good for you too.
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What to enjoy them with? I made a crunchy cabbage slaw and corn on the cob but this Creamy Potato Salad would be a perfect side.
Back to this burger, here's my recipe!
Makes 5-6 large burgers. My fave burger buns are Unbun or Silver Hills Bakery Buns.
If you stumbled here because you love a good burger but you're vegetarian or vegan, here are some options:
The great thing about this burger recipe is you can use it as your base and add any ingredients your heart desires! Don't like mint? Use basil or rosemary. Want these burgers nut-free? Use ground flaxseeds instead.