Lamb Burgers with Sun-Dried Tomato Aioli

  • DukeLaurie Posted: 06/16/10
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    This recipe was very flavorful. I also made the Sweet and Tangy Slaw that the magazine recommended. They were very good together, though next time, I'll probably make the slaw earlier to allow the flavors to come together more. The recipe was easy to make and turned out very well.

  • portland Posted: 06/11/10
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    flavorful, the aioli. i made this recipe with both the lamb and turkey, both were good because the aioli helped them along. easy to make, attractive to serve.

  • Saecca Posted: 06/02/10
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    I switched the lamb for ground turkey, but the standout is the sun-dried tomato aioli-- very tasty! I used the leftover aioli on my turkey sandwich for lunch the next day. I also just added the garlic to the food processor whole instead of mincing it before and then divided it. The burgers have a nice flavor, but I would make the aioli just to have on hand!

  • terrifhostess Posted: 06/09/10
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    Before I review I would like to suggest that if you do not make the recipe as written do not review it. Reviews are for the recipe as written. From there most of us can make the changes necessary This was great and the aioli like most gives it a real punch.

  • sicklamster Posted: 06/11/10
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    I would definitely not replace the lamb with anything because the ground lamb really makes this recipe! The aioli was pretty good, and this recipe was really simple to make. I will definitely make it again!

  • martyj Posted: 07/03/14
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    Delicious! I used onion buns instead of wheat. Other than that, I followed the recipe. I might use a bit more garlic and romano next time.


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