This grilling season, add lamb to your grilling menu using this mouthwatering lamb hamburger and think outside the BBQ box. Try our recipe for Mediterranean-Style Lamb Burgers, cooked and seasoned to-perfection in case you actually want to impress your guests and step up your hamburger sport. The very best part? They have more flavor, even though lamb burgers are just as easy to prepare as your run-of-the-mill burgers!

We guarantee that after you try a lamb burger, you will never look at burgers the exact same manner again. Not only does a three ounce serving of lamb supply almost five times the quantity of the omega 3 fatty-acid, alpha linolenic acid (ALA) in comparison to the exact same portion of steak, it also packages in about fifty per cent (or 23 grams) of your daily protein requirements. And at approximately 175 calories per three oz serving, lamb fits well into a healthy, balanced diet program that adheres to total fat, saturated-fat, and guidelines.

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For more ideas, see the making of this Mediterranean Lamb Burger here.

Mediterranean Style Lamb Burgers

Makes 6 -1/3 lb. patties


For the patty:

2 lbs. Ground Lamb

2 Tbsp. Fresh Oregano (sliced great)

1 Tbsp fresh rosemary (cut fine)

2 Teaspoons. Cleaned Garlic (chopped good)


Fresh arugula or kale



Grill dried tomatoes

Skewer (for demo)

Kosher salt (to season before cooking)


  1. Place the lamb in a mixing dish and sprinkle the seasoning over the lamb. Mix-in the flavors as gradually as possible over mix, so you really do not shrink the texture too much could make the patty chewy.
  2. Season the patty using the kosher salt.
  3. Divide the mixture into 6 even pieces and shape into an oval; this may make it match the shape of the pita. Don’t press the patty to hard, just sufficient enough to form.
  4. To to put together add a 1/2 cup of kale and place the pita on a plate with the grilled lamb burger.
  5. Brush the pitas together with the coconut oil and grill the pita.
  6. Set up your heat about 350° to 450°
  7. Place the patties when the grill is ready and cook for 7 to 9 minutes, turning once.
  8. During the last minute top the burger with the feta cheese to melt.
  9. Remove from the grill, when the hamburgers are cooked to your desired doneness.

Finish together with the dried tomatoes, close the pita and top with pepperoncini.