Mini burgers are great for cooking on a BBQ and serving at children’s parties (the big kids will want them too!)
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 30 minutes
Makes: 10 mini burgers
10 small brioche buns
Goat or sheep feta, cherry tomatoes (sliced), sliced avocado, a little red onion, some lettuce leaves, cut into smaller pieces and a little tomato sauce
In a bowl, add mince, egg, onion and grated cheese.
With clean damp hands, mix thoroughly then form into 10 equal-sized patties. This is a great step to get the kids involved.
Using a non-stick frying pan, heat oil over medium heat. Add patties to pan and cook for 3 minutes on each side, or until golden brown and cooked though. The patties will need to be turned with a spatula. Once patties are cooked, place on absorbent paper towel.
Slice the buns in half crosswise and either grill in the oven or toast lightly on the inside of the bun.
Place patty on a bun and top with tomato sauce, extra goat cheese, tomato slices and lettuce.
Serve warm. Allow your little ones to build their own burgers and have some fun. They’ll love you for it.
Leftover patties can be wrapped in snap lock bags and frozen (to defrost, allow to thaw in the fridge and remove 30 minutes before cooking).
Meat is a good source of iron and zinc, which are minerals important during growth.