Gourmet burger
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Gourmet burger

When you're tired of the old Big Mac, you can turn your greedy eyes at this beauty. Flavored minced meat, delicious onions marmalade, luxurious mushrooms and french cheese to top it off, everything is gourmet about my burger. You can wrap it with no effort at all and serve it with potatoes and carrot fries roasted in the oven to keep it simple and fresh. Ready? Go!

Juliette B

Ingredients

2-serving
  1. 200 g Minced meat
  2. 1 onion
  3. 4 Mushrooms
  4. 2 Gruyere cheese slices
  5. 2 Bacon slices
  6. White wine
  7. Sugar
  8. Balsamic Vinegar
  9. 2 cloves Garlic
  10. Mustard
  11. Ketchup
  12. Mustard powder
  13. sauce Worsteshire
  14. Persley
  15. Cilantro
  16. Paprika
  17. 1 Egg yolk

Steps

20 mins
  1. Prepare the base for your burger. Mix the meat with 1 tablespoon of chopped onion, 1 garlic clove, the egg yolk, mustard, ketchup, mustard powder, chopped parsley, salt and pepper. Combine all ingredients together and form your patties. Reserve in the fridge for 30 minutes before cooking.

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  2. Prepare your onion marmalade: cook the chopped onion in butter. Once translucent, add 2 teaspoons of sugar and balsamic vinegar. Let cook gently on a slow heat and covered.

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  3. Prepare your sauteed mushroom, cooked in butter and with a clove of garlic. Add a splash of white wine and leave it to bubble away gently.

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  4. In a hot pan, toast your bun. Then cook your patties - 2 minutes on each side - and add the cheese once the first side is brown. Cook your bacon in the same pan.

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  5. Build your burger. First, add a layer of your mayo (seasoned with cilantro, paprika, salt and pepper)

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  6. Add a layer of onion marmalade

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  7. Then your mushrooms

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  8. Finish your patty and bacon. Put a little bit of mayo on the top of your bread to seal everything together.

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  9. To warm your burger, put it back in the pan, add a splash of water and cover. The steam will bring your burger back to life.

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