30 August 2011

Yummy lamb mince and hummus flatbreads!

This is a super quick and very delicious dinner that I've invented recently, using a recipe in the Moro Cookbook as inspiration. If you do not like lamb mince you can use beef mince too or a Vegetarian faux-mince! 

You could also make the hummus yourself but I didn't - for the sake of speediness. Plus I reckon the hummus we get from the market is pretty delicious anyways.

what you need to make 4 serves
1 onion, finely diced
2 garlic cloves, chopped
250g minced lamb - or more if you like it meaty
hummus (about a 250g tub will be enough)
4-6 flatbreads
olive oil
black pepper
sea salt
2 tbs sweet paprika
chopped fresh parsley
chopped fresh mint
Serve with fresh lettuce leaves or make a salad with lettuce, red peppers and feta cheese! 

how to make
Pop the flatbreads in the oven for about 10 minutes at 180 degrees to heat them.
Meanwhile heat 2 tbsp of olive oil in a small frying pan and fry the onions and garlic until tender. Add the lamb mince, season with salt, pepper and sweet paprika (also some dried coriander if you like it).
Use a fork to break the lamb up as it cooks. Take your flatbreads out of the oven and spread hummus on generously. Then sprinkle the cooked lamb mince mix over the hummus. Sprinkle pine nuts and a generous serving of parsley and mint over the top. Finish off with a bit of sweet paprika and serve with a lovely fresh salad! 



Brooke said...

Thanks for your Twitter follow! :-)

These look delicious - I might have to try them with veggo mince. Thanks for the inspiration!

Anna said...

yum, i had this for dinner tonight. delicious - thanks!