Special Diet - Created Date : 15.9.2019
Lamb and Rosemary Koftas
Lamb and Rosemary Koftas
These Lambs and Rosemary Cheeses are inspired by the combination of reliable BBC Good Food recipes. It takes only minutes to prepare a hassle-free dinner, but it still sounds a bit special. Serve with heated pita bread or flat bread (if you don't have to fill it with fresh bread, flat bread is better if you stay short on time), cucumber salad and tiny raita for a fresh and filled family meal.
You need a small amount of ingredients, lamb, rosemary branches, garlics, ground coriander and ground cumin to get a delicious meatball. Of course you can add more complex spice types if you want.
Rosemary, Garlic, Milled Cumin, Coriander Coriander, Mint
You can cover the exposed rosemary leaves with foil to prevent them from being black.
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