These can be made into rissoles, burgers or meatballs and can also easily be cooked on a barbie. Also try serving with flatbread and salsa.
These freeze well but freeze them when uncooked.
This is delicious, though I also like to add panko or italian bread crumbs to stretch it. When I pan fry them, I make a sauce out of the drippings, ketchup, lots of paprika and some curry powder. Great for taking to lunch the next day. ALSO uncooked patties freeze well until you are ready to eat. Thaw in fridge and cook as normal. - 08 Nov 2009 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
Very tasty. I liked the easy blending of onion and garlic, tho' had no Parsley and used a generous amount of Coriander, snipped with scissors into the meat mixture. We are also fond of Cumin, so I was generous with that. Did not wait for the Resting in fridge as we were too hungry. Will enjoy these again. - 17 Oct 2008 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
My family loved these. I made flatter patties and substituted bread crumbs for the flour. I served with a roasted veggie bulgar pilaf and an eggplant-chickpea dish. A salad would have been a nice addition. Thanks for the great recipe. - 19 Nov 2010 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)