Homemade burgers.

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This recipe is seriously tasty and a lot better than shop bought burgers. These are really customisable and you can really add/take away ingredients to your own tastes. I made these really quickly before our tea, not in advance but they do freeze really well if you’re using fresh mince. With the toppings/combinations the world is literally your oyster!

Here I had them with wedges (alas not homemade – short on time!) but any combo of bun/fries/chips/wedges will be fantastic. I always have my burger bun-less but take your pick of bun options too! You could really make these healthy by using turkey mince, or spicy by adding your favourite flavours.

Here’s what you’ll need:

For three to four burgers

250g pack of Mince (beef/pork/turkey)

Half a small onion, sliced

2-3 slices of bread turned into breadcrumbs

1 egg

Salt & Pepper

Cheese for the centres

Here’s how you make them:

1 – Break up the mince in a bowl.

2 – Add the egg and breadcrumbs.

3 – Mix well together and then add the sliced onion

4 – Season well and mix together throughly. If you’re using other spices etc add them at this stage.

5 – Shape the buns on a tray. Make a small well in the centre of each burger and pop in some cheese. Any will do – mozzarella is perfect! Cover the cheese with the burger mix.

6 – Place on to a griddle pan or frying pan and cook for about 10-12 mins.

That’s it! Very simple but really tasty. I think it’s the freshness of the ingredients and flavour combinations. This is the first time I’ve made these in a while and they still taste great! Let us know which flavour combinations you decide to go for! Enjoy!



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