Place 500g of mince into a large bowl. Add half a finely chopped brown onion. Add 2 tsp of Dijon Mustard, 1 tsp of Crushed Garlic, A sprinkling of Italian Herbs, Steak Seasoning, Coriander, Black Pepper, and Salt. Beat an egg, and mix it through. Add a few coverings of large breadcrumbs, mixing them through thoroughly. Keep adding breadcrumbs until the mixture has a good consistency.

Split off and roll into balls, approximately 1 inch in diameter.

Fry with a little oil on a medium heat for 5–10 minutes.

Makes approx 6 patties

  • 500g Lean Beef Mince
  • 1 Egg
  • 1/2 Brown Onion
  • 2tsp Dijon Mustard
  • 2tsp Steak Seasoning
  • 1tsp Crushed Garlic
  • 1tsp Italian Herbs
  • 1tsp Coriander
  • Dash of Salt
  • Dash of Worcestershire Sauce
  • Covering of Pepper
  • 1/4 Cup Large Breadrumbs

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