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Mince Buns Recipe

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Grilling season has begun!
Yes, it has been warm in our corner of  Texas for some time now, but with summer rolling in I would have to say grilling and barbecuing officially kicks into high gear now.

This definitely means more entertaining!

This past weekend we made a batch of mince buns to complement the spread we whipped up for our daughter’s dedication celebration on Sunday.

Both are incredibly easy dishes to whip up and are great to add to your table the next time you have friends and family over.

The roasted veggies (cauliflower florets, broccoli florets, carrots, onion slices and garlic slivers) just require coating the assortment with olive oil and seasoning the same with freshly ground pepper and salt.

Roasted Veggies

Mince Buns

My mince buns recipe has become a frequent add on to our table while entertaining through the year. They’re quick, grab-and-go, appetizer bites while waiting for the BBQ goods to get to the table.

And for the kids, the buns become a decent sized stomach filler while waiting (or even a great add-on to the lunch box when school rolls back in.)

Mince Buns -Mommy Snippets

Since I love sneaking veggies into the food my kids love, I add spinach and kale to the mince mix while cooking. Taste-wise, the kids can’t tell the greens are in there, so it’s a win-win both ways!

 

5 from 12 votes
Mince Buns
Author: Marina
Ingredients
  • 1 lb ground meat/ minced meat You can use lamb, beef, chicken or turkey
  • 1 medium sized onion chopped fine
  • 1/2 inch fresh ginger chopped fine and crushed
  • 1/2 serrano pepper finely chopped (You can add less or more, based on how spicy you want this to be. This is optional and may be omitted if you prefer)
  • Cilantro leaves chopped- 1/2 cup
  • Juice from 1/2 a lemon
  • Freshly ground pepper to season
  • Salt to flavor- add as much as is required
  • Freshly chopped spinach and kale leaves- 2 cups optional
  • 3 tubes of Pillsbury Grands Jr. Buttermilk Biscuit dough or any other brand 10 per tube.
  • Olive oil- 2-3 tbsps
Instructions
  1. In a saute pan, add olive oil and wait till the oil warms before you throw in the onions, ginger and serrano pepper
  2. Once the onions are golden brown, add the mince (and the greens if you choose to include the same) and season the mix with salt and pepper.
  3. Once the mince is cooked and completely dry, add the cilantro and lemon juice.
  4. Mix well and set aside to cool.
  5. Once the mince is cool, spoon a tablespoon or more into the center of an uncooked, flattened biscuit pocket.
  6. Now fold the dough on the sides to envelop the mince into a bun. Make sure there aren't any openings anywhere. The bun will crack open while baking, if so.
  7. Place the stuffed buns on the tray, leaving a 2 inch gap between each and bake at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 8-11 minutes.
  8. Once the buns are golden brown, take the same out of the oven and serve piping hot with a dash of ketchup.

 

If you’re looking for a biscuit recipe from scratch, try the one I use for my Easy Sausage and Cheese Muffins (Just omit the cheese and sausage and you’re good to go!)

 

What can you see being grilled/roasted the next time you bbq?

36 Comments

  1. Those sound really delicious. I have never had anything like those before!

  2. Mmmm, these look amazing. My mother-in-law makes something similar but, with an asian flare. 🙂 Yummers.

  3. Oh my gosh, I would love these! Thanks for the recipe, bookmarking to make this week!

  4. Your mince buns look so delicious and I have all the ingredients to make these. My family would love these for a family dinner. Thanks for the recipe.

  5. I’ve never heard of those before, but they look really delicious. I’d love to have some mince buns for lunch right now. Thanks for the recipe.

  6. These Handi Foil containers look like exactly what I need for this weekend’s cook out! They would make life much easier.

  7. These Handi-Foil Grill sheets look like they would keep my grill clean, and my cooking neater. I hate when things fall in the grill!!

  8. Those look so good. we actually buy these for cooking at the beach on those outdoor grills. it’s a great way to cook outside.

  9. I never even though tot use foil tins like these for grilling. What a great way to have easy clean up!
    And those mince buns look absolutely delicious.

  10. Those mince buns look delicious, and the foil tins are a great idea to keep the messiness to a minimum. I’ll definitely have to make these for the family soon.

  11. These look delicious. I love that you sneak greens into them to make them healthier!

  12. I’ve never heard of Mince Buns. I am going to try them as thy look very good. Thanks for sharing.

  13. Oh those Mince Buns look so good! I have never heard of such a thing! I cannot wait to try them!

  14. I have never heard of mince buns, but they totally look like something my whole family wold love. Thanks so much for sharing

  15. These look seriously delicious. I can’t wait to try them. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  16. I just used foil on the grill the other day for the first time and decided it’s the only way to go. I’ll be looking for these!

  17. I have bunches of Handi-Foil pans, but I’ve never used them on the grill. I never thought about it until you mentioned it! Your mince buns sound soooo good!

  18. These sound absolutely delicious. These pans sound very useful. Thanks!

  19. We’ve never used anything like this before but we would most likely use it to cook salmon! These can be so convenient and mess free!

    1. Oh definitely! You don’t have to wash and scrub that fishy smelling plate later!

  20. These look delish, Marina! Thank you bunches for linking up and partying with us this week!

  21. Thanks so much for sharing your AWESOME recipe with Full Plate Thursday this week. Have a great weekend and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  22. I love grilling outdoors and start in April -thanks for sharing this at the #WWDParty!

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