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Gluten Free Lamb & Leek Koftas


Serves 6 - allowing 5 patties each

Excellent with a spicy tomato sauce and go down well with kids or if you want serve them with a little tehina inside a large lettuce leaf.

750g (1½lb) leeks, cleaned,
500g (1lb) minced lamb
75g (3oz) chickpea or soya flour
2 eggs
2 tablespoons hyssop or mint or oregano or mixture of these
Seasoning
½ tsp cumin seed crushed (optional)

Oil for frying
2 eggs beaten for coating koftas
Fine cornmeal or polenta for coating koftas

Dice the leeks as small as you can (food processors make this easy.

Mix the leeks, minced lamb, chickpea flour and herbs/spices together, now season.

Shape into small golf balls and flatten slightly.

Dip each patty in polenta or corn meal then it egg (YES I know that seems the wrong way round but it isn't). Fry until golden. This should make 30 patties about the size of a falafel.

Keep warm in a hot oven.