Chicken and pumpkin rissoles GF DF MOD

Ingredients:

500g minced chicken
500g peeled butternut pumpkin
½ cup chopped parsley
6 gluten free Weetbix, crushed, (or equivalent gluten free breadcrumbs)
5 shallots, finely sliced
1 clove of garlic, crushed
4 Tbsp. gluten free plain flour
2 eggs
Oil for cooking

Method:

• Grate the raw pumpkin
• In a saucepan on the stove add a little oil, shallots and garlic and sauté 1-2 minutes and
then cool
• In a mixing bowl, combine the chicken, grated pumpkin, parsley, crushed Weetbix,
gluten free flour and cooled shallot and garlic
• Beat to eggs and add to the meat
• Use your hands to fully combine all the ingredients
• Shape the mixture into roughly 16 rissoles, not too fat
• Place greaseproof paper between the layers as you stack them
• Add fresh oil to a fry pan and cook the rissoles in batches for approximately 5-6 minutes
per side, until cooked through
Serving suggestions:
• Eat immediately with appropriate salad or vegetables
• Use as a rissole in an appropriate burger bun or wrap
• Squash onto a rice cake for a quick snack
• Chop leftovers into chunks and use as the meat portion of a stir-fry on rice dish

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