Foodie Friday – Roo, Rice & Carrot Loaf

It’s another Friday and time for my official taste testing duties.

Apologies as this one might not be for everyone as it uses Kangaroo meat which i) might probably has limited availability and ii) some people have an issue eating (or in this case cooking) the Australian national anthem. Mum takes a different approach that not only is the meat quite healthy for meat but eating a native animal means that their paws and the way they consume their food has less impact on the environment than imported meat species… but her main reason for feeding it to me is that it is pretty good stuff…

Roo, Rice & Carrot Loaf (3)

So let’s get on with the recipe….

What you need to get out of the cupboard and fridge:

500g kangaroo mince

1 carrot shredded

1 cup of cooked rice

1 egg

What you do with the stuff:
As per most of mum’s recipes this all get mixed in together. She started with the carrot and rice and then added the mince. Finally the egg and made sure they were all mixed together.
Roo, Rice & Carrot Loaf (2)
Heat the oven to about 160 celicius
Put the mince mixture onto a tray (line with baking paper to make it easier to clean) patting it out so it is flat (about 1.5cm thick)
Bake for about 20 mins (just keep checking on it)
Roo, Rice & Carrot Loaf (4)
Take it out and wait for it to cool before cutting into pieces. (gheez it takes a long time to cool!)
Roo, Rice & Carrot Loaf (1)
It isn’t the prettiest thing we have made on Foodie Friday but gheez it tastes good!

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3 thoughts on “Foodie Friday – Roo, Rice & Carrot Loaf

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