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An Easy Mutton Burger Patty Recipe

How to make mutton burger patty for a delicious burger?

Mutton Burger Patty Recipe – Hearty, savoury, and super delicious, this mutton burger patty recipe makes burgers that make your mouth water from just thinking about it. This recipe calls for pan-frying the lamb or mutton patties, but you can certainly grill them if you prefer.

Apart from making a burger, you can also serve these burger patties with paratha or naan and cooling raita or even just roll them up for a quick snack. Since they are similar to a mutton shami kabab given the ingredients, they can be eaten by themselves too.

Mutton or Lamb Burgers & their Mutton Patty?

Mutton burger patty is an integral part of a mutton burger. Mutton burgers are hot favourites with everyone who loves their meat. This mutton burger patty is succulent and juicy. It has a definite potential to convert even the white meat-eaters to the glorious meatiness of a well-made mutton burger.

if you are looking at amazing your family with perfectly juicy mutton burgers, you have come to the right place.

Trust me, you’ll find burgers powered by this mutton burger patty to be much better than what you’ll pay for in a big, fancy restaurant.

What is mutton used for the burger patty here?

Mutton is a term not known by everyone in the Western part of the world. Goat’s meat in the Indian subcontinent is usually what is termed as mutton irrespective of the age of the source.

Westerners use sheep’s meat and call it lamb if it is around one year old. Else, the meat that is older then two years is termed as mutton. So there is a whole lot of difference right here.

The word mutton is used interchangeably between sheep and goat, but since Indians mostly consume goat, it is the widely accepted term for goat meat. Meat from goat is actually called chevon.

Since Indians hardly eat sheep, you will probably never be given meat from a sheep if you walk into a butcher’s shop and ask for mutton.

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Make mutton burger patty for a delicious burger

Made with onions, ground mutton or lamb mince and other interesting ingredients, this mutton burger patty recipe is a real treat for your taste buds. It also has the goodness of fresh coriander and deliciousness of Barbeque and Worcestershire sauces which enhance its appeal immensely.

Mutton Burger Patty is all done
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Mutton Burger Patty Recipe, Delicious Homemade Mutton Burger Patty

Mutton Burger Patty Recipe – the juicy succulent minced lamb or mutton burger patties made with mutton mince, cheese & luscious sauces. These are slightly crisp from outside while hot and spicy from inside. Make a juicy mutton burger anytime with these patties for all time eats.
Course Main Course
Cuisine World
Diet Halal
Keyword Easy Mutton Burger Patty Recipe, Make Mutton Burger Patty, Mutton Burger Patty, Mutton Burger Patty Recipe
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 8 minutes
Total Time 23 minutes
Servings 8 servings
Calories 208kcal
Author Sumit Malhotra

Ingredients

  • 600 grams Mutton ( or Lamb Minced)
  • 1.5 Tablespoon Garlic Finely chopped
  • 3 Piece Green Chilies Finely chopped
  • 0.5 Cup Fresh coriander leaves Finely chopped
  • 2 piece Onions Medium-sized, Finely chopped
  • 3 Tablespoon Bar-be-que sauce
  • 1.5 Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
  • 2 Piece Cheese Slice I used slices and chopped them
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Salt
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Black Pepper
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Pimento
  • 5 tablespoon Olive Oil For drizzling and frying

Instructions

  • Take mutton mince in a mixing bowl.
  • Add all ingredients except for both sauces, salt, pepper and pimento (or Kashmiri red chilli powder) to the bowl and mix well.
  • Combine the sauces, salt, pepper and pimento (or Kashmiri red chilli powder) and add to the mutton mince mix. Mix well and set aside.
  • Take some olive oil and apply it to your hand.
  • Scoop out the mince and press gently with your other hand till they are disc-shaped.
  • Put on a platter and repeat the process.
  • Once your patties are ready, drizzle them with olive oil and freeze for 30 minutes.
  • Remove from freezer after 30 minutes and refrigerate them for another 30 minutes. This will bind the mutton burger patty nicely.
  • When you are ready to cook, add some olive oil to the pan and place the patty on it gently.
  • Cook for 4 minutes each side and it’s done.
  • Serve as a burger or just a cutlet with some salad and french fries.

Recipe Notes & Suggestions

Tips for getting your mutton burger patty right before you get started.

Meat all mixed well and resting

  1. Don’t over handle the mutton burger patty mix. More you tighten it, drier will be your burgers. Mix lightly. I used a fork, but get your hands dirty by all means.
  2. Roll the mutton burger mince into balls and slowly pat them into shape.
  3. Pan-fry the mutton burger patty on medium fire. 4 minutes each side is all you need.
  4. Use a wide & thin spatula or slicer to flip the patty.
  5. The ingredients given below will yield six (6) mutton burger patties.

Now that you have your patties ready to go, click here for the recipe for making juicy mutton burgers.

FINALLY, TO SUM IT UP

Mutton burger patty is all done

Mutton Burger Patty Recipe – Hearty, savoury, and super delicious, this mutton burger patty recipe makes burgers that make your mouth water from just thinking about it. This recipe calls for pan-frying the lamb or mutton patties, but you can certainly grill them if you prefer.

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