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Saturday, 2 February 2013

Home made beef burgers

These home made beef burgers are so tasty with 100% meat content. Forget dieting, eat the food you love and lose weight. These burgers are so simple to make too. 

BEEF BURGERS & SALSA
Burgers
minced beef (allow 100g per burger)
one onion or shallot
garlic
salt/pepper
Salsa
one large tomato
lime juice
chilli
coriander

BURGER: We used 100g of beef per burger - you can make them whatever size you like.To make the burger simply put the minced beef into a bowl with some chopped onion, salt, pepper and garlic plus ANY other seasonings you fancy e.g. chilli, mustard etc. Knead the beef with your hands until the mixture starts to stick together. You are probably wondering if you need to use egg to bind the mixture, and the answer is you don't; if you knead the mix enough, you will find it all sticks together nicely without egg.
But you may wish to make the beef go further and you can do this by adding some breadcrumbs - and this time you will need to add an EGG to bind it all together.
SALSA: This was made by finely chopping one tomato, one shallot (or onion) and one clove of garlic. Add a dash of lime juice (you could use some from a bottle), a little coriander (dry or fresh) and some chilli (flakes, powder or fresh). It's so simple to make and once you've tasted the freshness, you may never buy the ready made version again!
We served our burger in a bun, with some home made wedges.
WEDGES: cut some raw potatoes into wedges, boil them for 15 minutes then let them cool down until ready to cook. Coat with a little oil and your favourite seasoning.  Scatter onto a baking sheet and place in the oven, on a high heat until crispy.
We kept the cost down by using ingredients we already had. This meal cost us around £1 each. The bread rolls were heated in the oven while the wedges were cooking. It was delicious.
Not too sure, but estimate around 750 calories for this dish.

We all have a calorie allowance - and we like to post our main meals to show you what we are eating. You won’t find us posting every last morsel though – but we hope this gives you an idea of how far calories can go!
If you would like to know more about how we have achieved our fabulous weight loss EATING ALL THE FOOD WE LOVE - take a look at OUR UNIQUE METHOD.
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