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Beef and horseradish burger

Beef & Horseradish Burger Recipe

Cowbridge Kitchen

Making beef burgers is easy and it is a great way to use minced beef.

Homemade beef burgers are delicious and a popular BBQ idea. So why not make your own, they are cheap to make and taste great.

In this Beef Burger recipe we are going to use Horseradish as the main seasoning, beef and horseradish traditionally go together and the horseradish gives this recipe a bit of a kick.

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You can make these burgers in around 30 minutes
25 mins Prep.
5 mins Cooking.
Cooking timer Time
This is per 4oz burger
Without the bun

Calories: 240
Protein: 21g
Fat: 17g
Carbohydrates: N/A
Fiber: N/A
Sugar: 0.5g
Nutritional information Nutrition
You should get 4 burgers out of this recipe. Table for Two Servings
Medium : Some degree of experience is needed to make this recipe. Chefs hat Difficulty
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How to make a Beef Burger

Hamburgers date back to the 19th century and the modern Beefburger was developed as demand for more affordable food that could be eaten outside or on the go.

This Beefburger recipe adds a twist to the original beefburger, traditionally Beef & Horseradish always go together, so we have combined this Beefburger with Horseradish to give it a taste of it's own.

Horseradish has been well known for it's medicinal qualities as far back as the 15th centure, ancient Greeks used it as a rub for muscle pain.

It is also concidered an aphrodisiac ? .

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400 g Minced Beef
1 Red Onion
1 teaspoon of lazy garlic or 1 crushed cloves
2 tablespoons of Hot Horseradish
Salt & Pepper to season

Cooking Instructions

  1. Fine dice the red onion or process in a food processor with the garlic
  2. In a mixing bowl , mash up the minced beef with your hands.
  3. Add the processed onions & garlic and mix together with a fork or hands.
  4. Add the Hot horseradish to the meat and mix well with a fork.
  5. Season with Salt & Pepper
  6. Divide the mixture up into 4 equal sized balls.
  7. Using a 'Burger Press' , Press out 4 Quarter pounders
  8. Refrigerate the burgers for about an hour , until cold and set.
  9. Cook the burgers off in a griddle pan or on a BBQ for about 4 minutes each side , or until fully cooked and browned.
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Tips -
Other ideas:
'If you don't want to use all of the burgers at once you can wrap them up in clingfilm and freeze them ...'
'When cooking these burgers from frozen, cook them slower on a lower heat and flatten them with a fish-slice as they cook ...