home » food » meat and poultry » beef and veal » minced beef

How to make quick grilled burger

Published: 24-Apr-2013 (02:04); Viewed: 1194; Difficulty: 1 out of 10

Rating: N/A



How to make quick grilled burger
Quick cooking is a very important for those, who in a rush, but still want to have a nice, tasty food. In this recipe, I will tell, how to make quick grilled burger with beef mince. This burger can be a perfect snack for everybody, for any occasions. Combination of a great taste with very short cooking time, make this dish very important for students and other busy persons.

step-by-step instructions

  1. Ingredients for one portion:
    • Two large, fresh white bread slices.
    • Lean beef mince, ¼ pounds (just buy one good raw quarter pounder)
    • Salt and pepper for taste. In this particular case I've used garlic salt.
    • Drop of cooking oil.

  2. Mix mince with salt and dried herbs if any. Spread mince over the surface of bread slices. Make a thickness of mince about 5-8 mm.

  3. Brush heavy cast iron skillet with cooking oil. Preheat skillet to a high temperature and reduce heat to the medium value. Place burgers, mince down on the skillet and fry about 3-4 minutes. 3-4 minutes is completely enough to cook 5-8 mm beef burger to a save doneness.

  4. Turn them to the brad side down and cook about 1 minute, to make bread a bit crispy and more tasty, with the hint of smoking aroma. Serve and sprinkle with any freshly chopped green herbs.



tips and tricks

  • Use any dried herbs for your mince.
  • It is possible to cook these burger under the grill, but the cooking time should be much bigger to cook them through.
  • After spreading mince over the bread – cook mediately, do not store for any time!
Rate:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
by: Librarian
Delicious submit to reddit Add to Technorati Favorites
tags: beef; easy recipes; grilling; quick recipes

also read

  • How to make garlic salt with thymeHow to make garlic salt with thyme
    It is impossible to imagine any dish without salt. Some dishes requires salting due to course of cooking, other dishes requires extra salt just ...


navigation:officials:topics:
  • copyright
  • privacy
  • contacts