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Homemade burgers ??

stace77

Full Member
How about a bit of chilli powder or finely chopped chilli? Maybe a little coriander too, i fry my in good old frylight xx
 

sinderelle

Member
hubby makes ours and puts either soy sauce or worchestershire sauce in them x - then fry in frylight bbq
 

Princess_Stevie

Gold Member
I always add finely chopped red onion, a sprinkling of Aromat, some garlic and chilli flakes and a dash of Soy sauce to give my burgers lots of flavouring. Sometimes I also add a bit of cumin and some BBQ Frylight. You can add any kind of herbs / spices to them depending what you like.

I cook mine in the oven for around 15-20 minutes, as they are usually quite thick.
 

bc201

Silver Member
I always cook mine in the oven all suggestions here are nice another is to place cheese eg laughing cow or BB in the centre!
 

MissVLX

Member
Try cooking them and placing cheese an bacon on top, you can also add onion to this on leaks. Makes a nice difference or try putting a baby bel in the middle when you make the burgers and when you cut it open the cheese oozes out
 

Pootler

Full Member
Mine come out great, and always go down well:


500g lean mince
small onion whizzed in the food processor
generous squirt ketchup
salt
pepper
1 egg
pinch mixed herbs
good shake of Aromat

I serve with jalepenos, gherkins and sliced onion, plus a dollop of mayo.


It's the ketchup and onion that makes them so good I think.
 
yep, i use garlic granules, rosemary and mixed herbs....chopped red onion, an egg, and i have done it with a light babybel in the middle and bacon wrapped around - but the babybel wasnt runny like i thought it would be - maybe its because i cook them in the oven not under the grill?
 

bilsat

Really likes to cook
I cut open a Sainsbury's be good to yourself extra lean cumberland sausage & add garlic salt & oregano, then mix well and shape into a burger, then fry in a frying pan sprayed with frylight.
 

Princess_Stevie

Gold Member
yep, i use garlic granules, rosemary and mixed herbs....chopped red onion, an egg, and i have done it with a light babybel in the middle and bacon wrapped around - but the babybel wasnt runny like i thought it would be - maybe its because i cook them in the oven not under the grill?

They don't go runny, that's just the type of cheese they are. They go more stringy.

If you're looking for a runny cheesey middle for your burgers, try using a Laughing Cow Light triangle, or just a bit of normal grated cheese.
 

susieb33

Full Member
They don't go runny, that's just the type of cheese they are. They go more stringy.

If you're looking for a runny cheesey middle for your burgers, try using a Laughing Cow Light triangle, or just a bit of normal grated cheese.

I did that with a blue cheese triangle and they were gorgeous!
 




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