Sunday hamburger



Hamburger patty(4):

500 g of beef(70%) pork (30%) mince

– 1 tsp of mustard

– 1 tsp of onion powder

– 0,5 tsp of garlic powder

– 0,5 tsp of smokey paprica

– herbsalt and pepper

– 1 egg

I like to use a mix of beef and pork or beef and lamb mince for my burgers as they get juicier. The key to a super juicy burger is to after half of the cooking time put on a lid and let it steam until juicy perfection.

Take out the mince, add spices and the egg and stirr well until all the spices are combined evenly. Let the mince sit in room temperature for 15 minutes before forming four patties and frying them. I made quite thick patties, so they needed about 6-7 minutes per side. I first fried them on both sides in a hot pan until golden, then turned down the heat and put on a lid and let them steam. The result was super duper juicy burger which I topped off with American cheese. Yum! 

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Easy dinner

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You will need;

– 400g of pork tenderloin
– 1-2 chilis
– 2cloves of garlic
– 1 thumb sized piece of ginger
– 0,5 tsp of toasted sesame oil
– 2 tbsp of soy sauce
– 2 tbsp of fish sauce
– coriander stalks
– drizzle of honey

If the pork has excess fat or other white parts, cut them away.
Begin with combining everything for the marinade, slice rougly chili,coriander, ginger and garlic. Stir around and put pork in, rub in the spices. Cover with plastic film and let sit in the fridge 1-2 hours.

Then just take the meat out from the fridge, let sit in room temperature for 10 min. Then fry all the sides in a hot pan until the meat is golden.

Put in 200 degree oven for about 20 minutes. When cooked let the meat rest for 10 minutes under tin foil.

Then boil some rice, drain and add sesame seeds to it. Top off with fresh coriander. Yumyum!