Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Lamb, Tarragon and Mint Koftas - My Guest Post on The Paleo Mom

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Well, we've had quite a few days where the temperature has stayed above 20 degrees, and I reckon that means it's well and truly summer. And we've had the barbecue out quite a bit. 

The thing with barbecues is that the usual burgers and sausages can get a bit samey. Sometimes you just want something a bit different. 

Like these koftas. 



Goodness these are gorgeous.

I love these lamb koftas, which I was kindly asked to guest post over at The Paleo Mom's website. They're herby - clean, aniseedy tarragon (which works beautifully with lamb - it's my new favourite thing), grassy, almost citrussy parsley and cool, refreshing mint. Seriously, they're so good. Especially with the extra layer of flavour the smoke from the barbecue provides as they sizzle on the bars of the grill.

I photographed them with my red cabbage and carrot salad, some watercress and some chimichurri on the side. The chimichurri has an AIP compliant option for those of you avoiding nightshades. 

I hope you love these as much as we do. They're also beautiful cold, the next day, and crumbled in a leafy salad. 

Barbecue on. 

Get the recipe over at The Paleo Mom

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