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Mediterranean Lamb Burger

Grab the paper towel roll, this zesty lamb burger is going to be messy and worth every drippy bit! Okay, so you can minimize the mess and skip the yogurt sauce (which is one ingredient shy of tzataziki sauce), but really don’t. It provides a nice counterpoint to the zest-up pesto and the lamb patty—which by the way, the latter has my secret ingredient—apricot jam to sweeten it up a bit.

Mediterranean Lamb Burger via Real Food by Dad copy

Bookmark this recipe, because it’s going to be a repeat offender in your house for it’s face-stuffing goodness. And it comes together in just 30-minutes. The pesto is a cinch to make, just throw it all in a blender or food processor and you’re good to go. The lamb burger is a one-bowl mix. And if you go for the yogurt sauce—same thing—one-bowl mix.

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Grilled Chicken and Asparagus Tart

Do you ever have one of those days where you can’t decide which way to go? That was me with this—the filling—I could have gone with a pasta toss, but in the end I went with this tart because I was out-voted.

Grilled Chicken and Asparagus Tart | Real Food by Dad

And honestly, the crust was already made and all I had to do was roll it out. Who am I to go against the family, especially when all I had to do was make the filling?

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Baked Eggs with Shredded Chicken and Salsa

May 14, 2015  |  Breakfast, Brunch, Chicken, Dinner, Easy, Lunch, Savory  |  20 Comments

Another breakfast recipe—shocker, right? Well, in my home breakfast rules and we have “breakfast” more often than not, so using eggs in a variety of different ways is key.

Shredded Chicken and Baked Eggs | Real Food by Dad

And this baked egg dish is so simple, I need to remember to work it into the rotation more often.

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