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Cheesy beef burgers

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Serves 4

A quick and easy recipe that tastes great and is sure to be an instant hit, especially with kids.

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Ingredients

  • 500g lean minced beef
  • 2 tbsp light soy sauce
  • 1 tsp dried mixed herbs
  • 40g cheddar cheese
  • sunflower oil

Method

    1. Remove your grill pan and turn the grill on to its highest setting. Put the mince in a bowl and break it up with a fork, add the soy sauce, herbs and two twists of black pepper. Mix well.
    2. Divide into four burgers. Cut the cheese into four cubes and press a cube into the middle of each burger. Push the mince over to cover the cheese.
    3. Use a paper towel to wipe sunflower oil over the rack of your grill pan. Place the burgers on the grill pan and cook for seven minutes, changing the grill setting to medium. Then flip the burgers over with a fish slice and cook for a further seven minutes making sure they do not go too brown. Medium cooked burgers will feel springy and well done ones will feel firm.
    4. Serve in a seeded bun with chips and salad.

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