Ultimate United States cheeseburger!

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Preparation time
20 mins
6 people
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1 small
1 Tbsp
20 gram
1 Tsp
1 Tbsp
1 handful
2 medium
1 small
Bell pepper
1 small
Ultimate United States cheeseburger!

Hamburgers are originally from Germany and are loved around the world. In the United States French fries or onion rings often go with the burger and toppings include bacon and cheese. The term “burger” can also apply to the meat patty alone. This recipe is for one cheeseburger and should be scaled and multiplied up to 6 times depending on the number of people you are serving. And this recipe calls for 500g of ground beef which is appropriate for 6 cheeseburgers.

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  1. Slice your tomatoes, pickles, onions, lettuce and cheese. Use a bun for each burger you can grill them quickly and add the mayo to the bottom bun and the mustard to the top bun.
  2. Remove the ground beef from the package and shape by hand into burgers. You should get 6 burgers from 500g. Overworking the beef will result in mushy meat that won't stick together, so only mix the minimum necessary and do so by hand.
  3. The burgers and bacon can be fried or grilled for about 4-5 mins on each side. Ensure your burgers and bacon are fully cooked before serving. If your burgers are quite thick or if you are unsure, you can cut one open to ensure the insides are browned. If the insides are red, there is a chance that the meat is not fully cooked. Alternately, you can insert a meat thermometer into the center of the burger, if the temperature reads less than 71°C, your burger is under-cooked. Place the cheese on the cooked meat immediately so the cheese melts. Let the burger rest for several minutes before serving to let the juices cool down and not burst out at first bite.
  4. Place your burger on the mayo. Then add the tomato, pickle, onion, bacon and lettuce last.

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