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Mild Chilli Rissoles/Hamburger patties with no egg



4 portion(s)

Rissoles/Hamburger Patties

  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 onion, brown
  • 500 grams mince beef, Lean
  • 1 cup breadcrumbs (approx)
  • 1 tablespoon tomato sauce
  • 1 tablespoon smokey BBQ sauce
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 3 tbsp dried chillie flakes
  • 1 carrot

Recipe's preparation

    Rissoles/Hamburger Patties
  1. 1. If necessary create breadcrumes by placing two slices of bread in the TM and turboing for 2-3 pulses. Loaf Ends work best here.

    2. Place garlic and onion in bowl and chop -  2-3 secs on speed 7 

    3. Scrape down sides with spatula and repeat if necessary.

    4. Weigh mince in bowl.

    5. Add remaining ingredients except carrot.

    6. Grate a carrot into the ingredients using a normal grater. You want thin slices of carrot to give surface area. Do not chop in the TM.

    7. Mix all ingredients with measuring cup in place - Counter-clockwise operation on speed 3 for approx 30 secs or until combined. Add more breadcrumbs if too wet. 

    8. Use spatula to remove mince mixture and make patties/rissoles using a large spoon to ensure similiar sizing. Refrigerate until ready to cook. 

    9. Cook iIn a fry pan with a little olive oil or on a BBQ.

    10. Serve with tomato sauce.


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  • A great recipe my husband

    Submitted by Hazeldan47 on 20. August 2016 - 19:00.

    A great recipe my husband loved it,I used 2 teaspoons of chilli flakes. It all bound together amazingly.

    Thank for a great recipe.

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  • I love this recipe but find

    Submitted by Thermo Bel-lissimo on 30. December 2013 - 15:31.

    I love this recipe but find that half a teaspoon of chilli is plenty enough for my family. Any more and I would consider it to be hot and not mild. The recipe says 3 tablespoons - which I assume is a typo 

    Thermo Bel-lissimo - Northern NSW Consultant

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  • 3 teaspoons of Chilli flakes

    Submitted by andyman on 4. February 2013 - 20:52.

    3 teaspoons of Chilli flakes gives enough for people to notice that there is chilli but it is not hot.

    Add more chilli if you want it to have a stonger chilli-heat.

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