For homemade burgers, koftas and meatballs, look no further than our collection of budget-friendly lamb mince recipes.
These minted lamb burgers are juicy, filling, and ever so slightly fragrant
An Anatolian classic, these Turkish meatballs are best when zhuzzed up with cumin, cinnamon, paprika and an array of other fragrant spices. Scatter with pine nuts and dill fronds before serving with spoonfuls of thick yogurt and warmed pitta bread.
Originally invented to use up leftover cuts of meat, kofta is a popular Middle Eastern meatball that's packed with mince and spices.
This unique riff on a classic shepherd's pie makes for an excellent dinner option when you feel like getting experimental in the kitchen.
Dreaming of a takeaway? Why not make your own with this speedy pizza recipe using pre-made pizza dough to save time
Mango chutney doesn't have to just be a condiment served on the side. In this vibrant dish, mango chutney adds fruity sweetness to grilled lamb koftas
This striking filo wreath makes an ideal centrepiece to an Easter buffet if you are feeding a crowd. Crisp buttery filo hides a succulent spiced lamb and spring greens filling, best served warm with generous dollops of cooling minted yoghurt alongside.
Forget takeout, this cheat's Turkish pide is not only delicious but is ready in just 30 minutes. Whip up an easy dough and simply fry in a pan until golden. Ground cumin and coriander add a Turkish flair however you can use any of your favourite spices
Spiked with tikka curry paste, these Indian-inspired lamb sliders make a satisfying weeknight supper. Paired with smashed lemon peas, a dollop of Greek yoghurt and peppery rocket, these are best enjoyed alfresco.
This speedy, warming supper takes just 30 minutes to make and is brimming with gorgeous Greek flavours. Lamb mince, oregano and black olives are combined with farfalle pasta, tomatoes and mozzarella, and baked until golden and bubbling
This winter feast on lightly-spiced meatballs, topped with a swirl of houmous, pine nuts and refreshing mint.
These heavenly pasties will be right at home in your picnic hamper, combining flaky pastry and a mouthwatering filling of rich lamb, fragrant rosemary, baked veggies and sun-dried tomato paste
Packed with black olives, tangy feta and fragrant oregano, these Greek-inspired lamb burgers will make a welcome addition to any summer barbecue. They're simple to prepare and take less than 10 minutes to cook
Hailing from the Middle East, kibbeh are a traditional sharing snack with a wonderfully spiced lamb mince filling and a brilliantly crispy bulgur wheat crumb. Plate up a platter for your guests to devour alongside a creamy tahini and pomegranate dip
Fresh from his latest cookbook, Turkish Delights, chef and food writer John Gregory-Smith, shares this beautiful alacati borek recipe, which is a spin on the traditional Turkish sigara boregi (pastry rolls filled with cheese)
Deliciously spicy, this lamb kofte curry make a great alternative to a Saturday night takeaway but is also quick and easy enough for a midweek meal
The only thing better than fried halloumi is barbecued halloumi as these kebabs demonstrate: homemade lamb meatballs with garlic, mint, lemon zest and honey, skewered with the halloumi and chunks of red onion. A Greek holiday on a plate.
A fun friday night taco feast with spicy lamb mince and all the trimmings! The lamb is cooks in firery harissa paste with grated parsnip and chopped tomatoes, allowing plenty of time to prepare the rest of the fillings: sliced tomatoes, grated cheese, little gem and a refreshing cucumber dip.
Bring the taste of the Middle East to your dining table with this mouthwatering lamb kofte salad
Add a touch of traditional Greek cuisine to your pasta with this moussaka-style dish with chunky Mediterranean vegetables
These heavenly lamb burgers are packed with Middle Eastern flavours - kids can get involved with shaping the burgers and will enjoy eating the results!
The shepherd’s pie gets the Indian treatment in this dish from chef Vivek Singh.
Mild curry powder, apricot jam and cheesy mash make this a refreshing, fruity twist on a British family favourite. Ideal for parties or large family gatherings, use ramekins as cute pie holders.
These delicious lamb patties really benefit from being marinated so that the strong flavours of harissa, ginger, onion and garlic meld together. The sticky onions are a sweet, gorgeous addition. Serve the lamb pittas with tzatziki and rocket.