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The ingredients in this recipe are based on whatever I could find in my fridge! So feel free to add in cheese, tomatoes, mushroom or an fried egg! It will be a very very tasty burger!

Ingredients:

Burger Patties

  • 500g mixed of pork and veal mince
  • 1 diced onion
  • 1 grated carrot
  • 2/3 cup breadcrumbs
  • 1 egg
  • 2/3 cup HP sauce (or BBQ sauce)
  • cracked black pepper
  • oil

Others Stuff

  • 1 onion, sliced
  • sour dough bread
  • leaf lettuce
  • 1 small avocado
  • tomato sauce

Method:

  1. To make burger patties-Lightly fry diced onion and grated carrot in oil until soften. Set aside to cool slightly.
  2. Mix together mince, cooked onion and carrot, breadcrumbs, egg and hp sauce and a little cracked pepper into big bowl and mix till well combined. (Breadcrumbs helps to give the cooked patties a lighter, more tender texture. The egg acts as a binding ingredient so that the patties can be easily shaped. It also helps them hold together when cooked. Tips: from taste.com.au)
  3. Make burger patties into desired size.
  4. Cover patties in plastic wrap and place in the fridge for at least 30 minutes to rest. (Chilling the patties will help them hold together when cooked. This also allows the flavours in the patties to blend and develop.� Tips: from taste.com.au)
  5. While the patties is resting, fry sliced onion on low-medium heat until soften and transcalent.
  6. Fry burger in lightly oiled pan until browned on one side, turn over to brown other side.
  7. Serve on sour dough bread, lettuce, onion, avocado and a dash of tomato sauce

NOTES:

1) The burger ingredient should make 4 patties but I only wanted a light lunch so my patties are smaller (about 8cm by 8cm) and I made 6. But my hungry boyfriend needed 2 of the small patties to fill him up, so make 4 patties if you want a decent size burger!

2) I fried my sliced onion for about 20 mins until it started to caramelise, the onion will start turning into a darker colour. I love the change in taste in onion!! and that caramelized sweetness just go perfectly with the burger!

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