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Pork & coconut patties

Published 21 May, 2007

Everyone loves a burger right? And we coeliacs love a gluten free burger even more. Here's a twist on the burger front using pork instead. Which I guess makes it a hamburger doesn't it? Except it's all thai, and I don't think they do hamburgers... Hmmm... anyway...

Gluten free pork & coconut patties

50g fresh gluten free breadcrumbs (If you haven't got any gluten free bread to hand, you could use our gluten free food glue instead)
50 ml coconut milk (if you use a coconut block they're always gluten free - at least I've never seen one that isn't - and you don't have to open a tin to use this little bit)
450g minced pork
2 tsp gluten free thai green curry paste
2 tbsp fresh chopped basil
1 tbsp chopped fresh coriander
1 tsp sugar
grated rind and juice of 1 lime

Soak the gluten free breadcrumbs in the coconut milk for 5-10 minutes, then mix with the pork and other ingredients.

Form into 15-20 small patties. Heat oil in a frying pan and fry in batches for about 5 minutes on each side until nice and brown and cooked through.

(To get your flavouring just right, fry a little mix and taste before making your patties so you can adjust).

We served the gluten free pork and coconut patties with a little plain rice and a salad (just because the pak choi from the garden is ready for the first time this year :) )

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