Nothing beats out-door cooked food in my mind. We may have erratic and unpredictable weather in this country (UK) but we need very little persuading to fire up a barbecue at the merest hint of a blue sky.
If my family want to eat a burger when we have a barbecue, I don’t have a problem with this as long as I make them from scratch so I know exactly what is in them.
Makes 9 / 10 burgers
750 g prime beef mince ideally sourced locally
1 large white onion – chopped finely 2 cloves of garlic – chopped finely
3 slices of green jalapeno pickled pepper – chopped finely
3 slices of red jalapeno pickled pepper – chopped finely
Put all the ingredients in to a large mixing bowl and combine all the ingredients thoroughly.
Using damp hands form in to burger patties.
Cover and place in the fridge for about 45 minutes. Prior to placing on the barbecue, pan fry to seal both sides.
Serve with a cranberry salsa (recipe on blog)