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    Babybel burgers?

    I saw a recipe on here aaages ago for homemade burgers that have Babybel cheeses in the middle, so that when they cook the cheese melts. I'm thinking of trying a few Extra Easy days and I bet these would be great for my family. Does anyone have a recipe for these?

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    I don't have the recipe but they spin amazing ! Gonna keep my eye on here!

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    I've done these before.

    I used extra lean beef mince, all mixed up with salt, pepper, one beaten egg and a finely chopped onion to make the burgers, and literally just pressed a babybel into the middle, before molding the meat around it.

    I've found they cook best in the oven on high for about half an hour - they tend to fall apart somewhat if doing them in the frying pan!

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    I had these last night, I put some parsley and mustard in the mixture and didn't bother with the egg, I wish I'd put more seasoning in but otherwise they were lovely and will definitely be a favourite! I made them the night before, used them straight from the fridge and they didn't fall apart at all.

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    Babybel burgers?-babybelburgers.jpg

    These are the ones I made. I cooked them in a griddle pan for a bit more of a BBQ taste

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    Ooh thanks everyone, I'll serve up these this week with some Slimming World chips

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    I can't wait to try these! They sound yummy. x

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    How much mince would you need for 2 people? And is the egg to keep it bound together? would it be one egg per 2 burgers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skulldilocks View Post
    How much mince would you need for 2 people? And is the egg to keep it bound together? would it be one egg per 2 burgers?
    A 500g pack of mince made me 6 decent sized burgers. I don't put any egg in mine as I find the burgers hold together well enough without.

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    SIX?! Woah thats good, will have to use meatmince for some other meals as well then as only have 2 mouths to feed and I think burgers for 3 days straight would be a bit silly :P thanks Stevie

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    Sounds yum will have to try these. I've added worchestershire sauce in the normal SW burgers that helps gel it all together instead of an egg.

    Skulldilocks you could make a batch of them minus the cheese & freeze until you need them. Then just de-frost & pop the cheese in b4 cooking
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    I ended up making 4 out of 500g. big Man Vs Food style burgers. YUM used worcestershire sauce and 1 egg, deffo going to be making this again!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skulldilocks View Post
    SIX?! Woah thats good, will have to use meatmince for some other meals as well then as only have 2 mouths to feed and I think burgers for 3 days straight would be a bit silly :P thanks Stevie
    No problem. What I did was freeze them. I make my own meals at home, so I am only cooking for myself. I had two burgers and then froze the other four in batches of two. Next time I fancy them I can just take them out of the freezer to defrost the night before.

    Alternatively, you could split the mince and make your burgers and then use the rest to do a bolognese, chilli, etc.
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    These sound diiiiirty!

    Added to my must try list!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chipsticks View Post
    These sound diiiiirty!

    Added to my must try list!
    THIS . with little bells on... nom.
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