Cooking Lamb Meatballs or Lamb burger with Tzatziki sauce - Meat N' Bone

Cooking Lamb Meatballs or Lamb Burgers With Tzatziki Sauce

At Meat N’ Bone, we take immense pride in offering you the finest American Lamb.

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What sets American Lamb apart? It all starts with how it's raised – much like beef – and the result is a lamb that's prized for its incredible taste and tenderness. Picture a mild, buttery flavor that's simply exceptional. And, not to mention, the average American lamb is larger than its imported counterparts.

But it's not just about taste; it's about sustainability. American Lamb is raised with utmost care, focusing on the well-being of the animals, thriving communities, and the economic vitality of over 800,000 American farmers and ranchers, ensuring a prosperous future for generations to come.

These animals graze on natural pastures, feasting on high-quality grasses and forage, all without hormones.

Choosing American Lamb means embracing a fresh, flavorful experience, backed by a robust infrastructure that safeguards the well-being of its ecosystem.

We'll guide you through the art of crafting lamb into mouth watering meatballs or burgers, served with delectable tzatziki sauce.

We used the Victoria Signature Series Cast Iron Skillet to cook them! The Signature Series cast irons are built with the highest level of craftsmanship and seasoned to perfection. It is a cast iron skillet that has the perfect retention and distribution of heat and does not contain any petrochemicals, fillers or paint. This cast iron is unbreakable due to its proprietary spherrous iron material.

Let's follow the recipe!



  • Ground Lamb (1 lb)
  • Chopped Red Onion
  • Chopped Garlic
  • Chopped Flat-Leaf Parsley
  • Chopped Mint
  • 1 whole egg Egg
  • Panko Breadcrumbs
  • Salt & Pepper


    1. Prep your ground lamb by putting it in a bowl
    2. Add ingredients: Mint, Parsley, Red Onions, Panko, Egg, Salt, Pepper, Garlic
    3. Mix thoroughly
    4. Form mixture into balls or make them into burger patties!
    5. Heat cast iron to medium 
    6. Add olive oil
    7. Add your meat balls + burger
    8. Cook 3-4 minutes per side for medium temperature
    9. Remove patties and burger from skillet
    10.  Add your burger bread to the skillet for 1 minute for extra flavor!
    11.  Assemble your burger by adding Tzatziki sauce, lettuce and even some goat cheese!
    12.  Mix your meatballs with Tzatziki sauce and some extra bread!
    13.  Enjoy!

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