Delicious Beef Burger Cook Easily At Home
Nothing is healthy and tasty than a homemade delicious beef burger. Exactly what goes into it and it just melts in the mouth when you eat it.
|Prep Time: 15 mins||Cooking Time: 8 mins||Servings Per Recipe: 6|
- Minced Beef 500 grams
- 50 grams Breadcrumbs
- 3 tablespoons of Chopped flatleaf parsley
- 2 teaspoons of Dijon mustard
- 1 tablespoon of rich sun-dried tomato paste
- Chopped Marjoram
- 1 Egg yolk
- Salt and pepper
Direction to made the beef burger recipe
Firstly, quality minced delicious beef burger 500 grams into the bowl. 50 grams breadcrumbs are essential in a burger but add too many and they’ll be stodgy, the medium onion chopped finely. Now for some delicious extras starting with 3 tablespoons of chopped flat-leaf parsley. 2 teaspoons of Dijon mustard, that really does bring out the flavor and more punch from a tablespoon of rich sun-dried tomato paste and some chopped fresh marjoram.
This bright green adds to the color of my beef burger to bind it all together mixed an egg yolk, lastly some salt and pepper then just dive in. Mixed it properly and shape them into a ball and then flatten it out.
It’s time to heat up a griddle pan and cook those beef burgers rather than putting the oil in the pan. Put the oil on the beef burgers.
The delicious beef burgers won’t stick and the oil won’t burn. So, lift each one with a beef slice into the pan and over they’re going to take two minutes each side.
When the beef thickness a little bit longer if you want them really well done but the big mistake with a beef burger is to overcook them. Don’t forget to oil the other side before you flip them over they’d have their time so just turn those out.
They look good and those gorgeous juices left in the pan all the flavor from the beef burgers, that will go onto burger bun.
It’ll be delicious beef burger just slide the burger bun and put them onto the pan. Make sure all that gubbins is coming with some extra special brioche batts it’s browning nicely. It should take about a minute for your buns to take on the stripes of the griddle pan.
Now it’s an assembly job it’s all about the layers. First some lovely crisp lettuce a juicy slice of tomato we’re getting there because it’s quite a mountain. Last on is a slice of sweet pickled cucumber.
Top the whole lot off with a jaunty bun listen they’re crispy too they look so tempting so there are your beef burgers in all their glory a real family classic.
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