Pork Patties and Radish Tzatiki

How is your week going?

It's Wednesday! You're half way through!

I am LOVING being on work experience. To be honest I just want to pick one of the children up and bring them home with me, but I really don't think that's allowed.
I'm grateful for the opportunity though, as it has really focused my mind onto what I actually want to do and what I've been praying for. I honestly think providing me with the chance to do this is God's way of answering my prayers. We're SO blessed to be loved by such a wonderful God.

I guess we should get onto this recipe.

You have to have a Greek night this week. I absolutely insist. Partly so you can try this recipe, and partly so you can eat family style. Who doesn't love digging in to lots of yummy looking bowls on the table?

Greek Pork Patties with Radish Tzatziki

Serves - 4 
Propoints per serving (3 patties and 1/4 of the tzatziki) - 7

For the pork patties
500g very lean pork mince
large handful fresh breadcrumbs
1 small red onion, finely chopped
1 garlic clove, crushed or finely chopped
finely grated zest of 1 lemon (use the juice in the tzatziki)
2tsp dried oregano
2 egg
cooking spray
For the tzatziki
200g low -fat Greek yogurt
1tbsp chopped dill
16 small radishes, roughly chopped
garlic clove, crushed
juice of a lemon

Put the pork, breadcrumbs, onion, garlic, lemon zest, oregano and egg in a bowl and season generously. Mix together well and form into 12 patties. Chill until ready to use.
For the tzatziki, mix all the ingredients together and season. 
Heat a pan to high. Spray the patties with cooking spray and cook for 2-3 minutes each side.
Serve with tzatziki alongside.

I served mine with the flat bread I made a few weeks back. 

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Domestically Seasoned said...

Oh I will be making the Radish Tzatziki tonight and putting it over my steak!

helen_eel said...

Oooo sounds yummy. Let me know what it's like.

Holly said...

mmmm, this looks yummy! thank you for sharing this at the Oh HAPPY Day party! Oh and I'm so glad that you are enjoying your work experience. You deserve some extra happy! =)

Becca said...

I'm not really a fan of pork, but I must say, this all looks delish! I really like how I'm seeing Greek yogurt used in dips and such. Great way to help make them healthy. :) Thanks for sharing at A Humble Bumble!

ceoofmeinc said...

This looks really good! Thanks so much for linking up at Motivating Monday at CEO of Me this week!

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