Here are my favourite food links of the week, and a recipe to boot!
I love the look of these gigantic single-serving (and gluten free) breakfast cookies!
There’s a great article on the Atlantic about the dark side of almonds. I love those things – seems like you can argue against anything these days 😦
I found this adorable blog during the week called the Vegan Stoner. Please go look at the illustrations – I’m not even vegan, but I love this!
M&S have a new ad, and it’s just pure unadulterated food porn – ridiculous! Look at this and swoon:
And here’s my recipe for this week! Simple but delicious, as per 😉
Fiery Moroccan-Style Burgers – they’re so easy to make that it’s kind of embarrassing!
- 450g Minced Beef (The percentage lean meat is up to you, but if it is very lean the burgers might be a little dry.)
- 1 tsp Ras El Hanout Seasoning
- Half tsp Chili Flakes (Or more depending on how fiery you’d like your burgers to be.)
- Toppings of your choosing – I went crazy with Mature Cheddar Cheese and a toasted Bagel.
- Preheat your oven to around 180 C.
- Get your mince into a large enough sized bowl.
- Add some salt and pepper (freshly ground is best if you have them) to your taste.
- Add one teaspoon of Ras El Hanout and half a teaspoon of chili flakes.
- Mush everything together with your fingers so that the spices are evenly dispersed: Don’t be shy!
- Roll the mince into balls with your hands – you should have around four or five nicely sized patties. Then flatten each ball into a burger-shape.
- Cook your burgers the way you normally cook burgers. (I was lazy, so I placed the whole lot into the oven for around 20 minutes – you’ll know they’re done when the juices run clear.)
- Use this time to toast your buns or to make a salad, whatever you’d like. When your burgers are ready, feel free to add some cheese on top and place them under the grill for added deliciousness – I know I did!
- Enjoy! 🙂
Hope you’re having a lovely (and delicious) week!
Have you tried any new recipes this week?