Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Beef Burger

I don't fancy any burger with beef patties. So this is a dish for the family but me LOL
Very good review from them, will stick to this recipe
Not exactly a recipe actually, as Nagi from recipetineats said, the best hamburger recipe is made with nothing more than beef, salt and pepper. It's that simple, indeed!

Recipe source: recipetineats

What you need:

For the patties:
1kg minced beef with 20%+ fat
salt, black pepper
3 onions, peeled and sliced into rings
some butter to pan fry
cheddar cheese slices

soft burger buns
romaine lettuce
sliced tomatoes
any sauce of your choice: ketchup, chili sauce, mayo, mustard, honey mustard, anything you like
relish / sliced cucumber pickles will be nice add ons (I didn't have any)

  1. Separate beef to 150g each patty
  2. Season generously with salt and pepper on both sides. Make a dent on one side - this will stop the patty from becoming dome shape and shrinking when cooking
  3. Heat 1tsp butter and stir fry onion until soft, fragrant and brown caramelized. Transfer into a plate
  4. In the same heavy based skillet, add a little bit more butter, let it heat up until smoky
  5. Place patties and cook until deep brown with crust for about 2mins. Do not press! (to maintain the juiciness of the patties)
  6. Flip and cook for another minute. Add sliced cheese on top, cover the pan and let cook until cheese melted, not more than 1minute
  7. Cut soft burger buns into 2 horizontally and lather butter on both sides
  8. Place them on a pan, butter side down, and pan fry until golden brown
  9. Assemble the burger by placing the patty on the bottom side of the bun, and add with any ingredients of your choice. I used romaine lettuce and tomato ketchup
  10. I also used halved cherry tomatoes and fried egg with runny yolks (regretted not taking pics of this, next time I will LOL)
  11. Didn't have any relish or pickles was my other regret, must be more prepared next time :P

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