13 Aug 2020
30 Minutes | easy | Serves 4
Minced lamb is a great choice for the barbecue because it’s full of flavour, is simple to cook, and you can mix up the spices according to what you have in the cupboard. Serve the kebabs with flatbreads, pitta or even inside burger buns – just shape them into flatter patties so they fit the buns properly.
Toasting then freshly grinding the coriander and cumin seeds will make a huge difference here, but ready-ground will also work just fine.
If using whole coriander and cumin seeds, lightly toast them in a dry frying pan until fragrant, then grind or crush to a powder.
In a large bowl, mix the minced lamb, spices, coriander stalks and some salt. If you have time, use your hands to massage the meat, almost as if you are kneading bread, for a few minutes or until the meat takes on a sticky, tacky appearance - this will ensure the correct texture and stop the kebabs from falling apart.
Shape the mixture into 8 log-shaped kebabs and set aside.
Light the Jupiter Outback gas burners and turn the heat to medium.
Cook the kebabs for approx 10 minutes turning regularly. If flames start to flare up, move the kebabs to the centre of the barbecue where they can continue cooking slowly.
Serve the kebabs with the flatbreads, yoghurt, salad and herbs.
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