There’s a double dose of fresh goat cheese here—as little pockets of flavor inside the burgers and as a creamy spread on the buns. The egg and breadcrumbs in the burgers help keep them moist.
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The flavour was sensational. However, they did not stay together although they had been well chilled before cooking. This is the one time I was happy that my BBQ ran out of propane. I had to cook them in the frying pan. I would have lost most of them down the grill of my BBQ had I continued with Plan A.
The combination of the elements of this recipe is excellent. The lemon zest with goat cheese is magic. These condiments should be at the table for all celebrations
Very good but the Spiced Lamb Burgers from this site are better. Also, even tho I had these in the 'frig all day, on the grill they didn't want to stay together.
Very easy weeknight recipe. Can do the relish ahead and make patties in the morning. My family loved it. My husband even loved the burger reheated for lunch the next day.I like them better without the roll just the lettuce with the relish spread on the lettuce and the goat cheese on top. Gluten free!
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