Lamb Mince Dirty Fries Recipe

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Lamb Mince Dirty Fries Recipe

Since we have now moved on to the summer holidays, the time when schools close and families plan for summer fun activities, it is the time to keep both adults and kids busy, fed and happy. This time also happens to be the period of Festivals & the Food Trucks and the Muslim community across the world would be celebrating Eid which will probably fall between July 30 - August 3rd. However, the Eid festivities generally last longer throughout the month, that means lots of family get togethers and food! 

During the festive season, everyone is in search of delectable yet easy meaty recipes, so I've come up with the recipe of lamb mince dirty fries. The dish works perfectly as a side for both adults and children alike and something that provides all the necessary nutrients to all ages, because of the meat content added to it. 

The Major Ingredient - The Lamb! 

Lamb is one of the most exciting ingredients that can be used to create lots of different recipes. 

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Variety of Cuts of Lamb

Being a versatile ingredient, lamb can be used to prepare lots of dishes and the availability of different cuts enables us to create incredible lamb dishes that aren't just quick and easy to prepare, but the health benefits are immense too! 

Health Benefits of Lamb

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Lamb Mince Dirty Fries Recipe

(Serves 4-6)

2 tbsp vegetable oil
1 medium, chopped onion
1 medium, chopped tomato
1 tsp ginger and garlic paste
1 tsp salt, or as required  
1/2  tsp red chilli powder
250 grams lamb mince
1 pack of frozen French Fries (500 grams, either plain cut or crinkle) 
Handful of sliced black olives 
Handful of sliced plum tomatoes 
JalapeƱos, as needed
Tomato ketchup and Mayonnaise for drizzling


In a pot, add oil and turn on the flame. Now add chopped onion and cook on slow flame for 1-2 minutes.
Add chopped tomatoes and cook for another 2 minutes. 
Add ginger garlic paste, salt and red chilli powder.
Add lamb mince and cook on high heat for 5 minutes. 
Cover the lid, and let the meat cook for 15 minutes.  
Once the lamb mince is cooked well, turn off the heat and let it rest for a few minutes.
To cook the French fries, you can either bake them for the suggested time given on the packet of the fries or use an Air Fryer to cook them. This should take between 10-15 minutes. 
The French fries can also be deep-fried, however, I'd suggest the first two options because they hardly require any oil.
While the meat and fries are being cooked, prepare for the toppings and cut everything needed so they're ready when everything needs to be assembled together.
Slice some plum tomatoes, olives and some jalapeƱos (as needed, depending on how much of these you fancy adding).
Once everything is cooked, take a dish and place the French fries on it, add the cooked mince and add all the toppings. 
In the end, drizzle some tomato ketchup and mayonnaise. 
You can also add any other sauce you fancy, either chilli or mild depending on the taste of the people who will be enjoying the dish and how adventurous they are when it comes to accepting different spice levels.    

Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 20-30 minutes
Serves: 4-6

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