Tired of stopping at Mcdonald, KFC, or Burger King every time you go out? Well, I can bet that I am. It might be less now, but I imagine how many times I’d have asked Synnøve’s dad to bring me a burger during my pregnancy. Back then, I had these intense cravings that I couldn’t control. So, let’s save all those stopovers with a well homemade burger!
Like every other lady out there, I like to go out or eat out. But, if asked, I like home-cooked food. Most of the time, when I’m free, you’ll find me reading and trying new dishes. Because of this passion, I thought it would be good to talk about food in this blog.
Putting that aside and moving on to our main topic today, homemade burgers, I want you to know that there are many burger recipes out there. Which I also make at our house. But in this post, I’ll share the easiest recipe. In this recipe, I believe you’ll be able to get all the ingredients despite your location.
- Minced beef or so-called grounded meat
- 1 1/2 teaspoonfuls of soy sauce
- 2 teaspoonfuls of mustard
- 1 teaspoonful salt
- 1 teaspoonful pepper
- 1 teaspoonful cooking oil(optional)
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Make sure everything is mixed well to avoid an uneven taste.
Next on our homemade burger is, form some patties(round, flat pieces of your ground beef mixture).
Now it’s time to heat the skillet(pan). Alternatively, you can cook the patties in the oven. Add a little oil to the skillet… And fry the patties for about 4 minutes on each side. If they’re perhaps a little thicker, you’ll need to fry them a little longer.
I did this part separately because you can enjoy your homemade burgers as they are after you fry them.
On the other hand, I’m assuming you want a burger that resembles what you get from a fast food place. If that’s the case, you’ll need some burger buns, lettuce, tomatoes, onions( raw or cooked), and some burger sauce.
Make your burger as the picture shows below, and enjoy!