Smokey BBQ Burgers

Home made burgers are not only healthier than takeaways, but you can have fun making them and turn dinner into something the whole family can participate in! These are great on the BBQ for that chargrilled flavour, but work well in the frying pan as well.

Home made burgers are not only healthier than takeaways, but you can have fun making them and turn dinner into something the whole family can participate in! These are great on the BBQ for that chargrilled flavour, but work well in the frying pan as well.

Yields1 Serving
 500 g Premium Beef Mince
 1 Onion, finely diced
 2 Cloves of Garlic, crushed
 1 Egg, beaten
 1 tsp Mrs Rogers Thyme
 1 ½ tsp Mrs Rogers Smoked Paprika
 Olive Oil
 Mrs Rogers Salt & Pepper to taste
1

In a bowl, mix together mince, onion, garlic, egg, thyme, smoked paprika and a good grind of salt & pepper. Use your hands to blend well.

2

Roll balls of the mix and flatten into patties around 1cm thick and 2cm larger diameter than the burger bun.

3

Cover patties and set aside, set your BBQ or pan to high, and prepare fillings while this comes to heat.

4

Cook the patties for 1-2 minutes each side, until well browned on the outside and cooked to your liking in the middle.

5

When cooked, let the patties rest a couple of minutes before assembling.

HINTS & TIPS; Dice the onion super fine to help avoid the patties from breaking; Cook on a charcoal BBQ for further smokiness; Add 1 tsp of Smoked Paprika to 3 Tbsp Mayo for a delicious and easy southwest style smokey mayo.

Ingredients

 500 g Premium Beef Mince
 1 Onion, finely diced
 2 Cloves of Garlic, crushed
 1 Egg, beaten
 1 tsp Mrs Rogers Thyme
 1 ½ tsp Mrs Rogers Smoked Paprika
 Olive Oil
 Mrs Rogers Salt & Pepper to taste

Directions

1

In a bowl, mix together mince, onion, garlic, egg, thyme, smoked paprika and a good grind of salt & pepper. Use your hands to blend well.

2

Roll balls of the mix and flatten into patties around 1cm thick and 2cm larger diameter than the burger bun.

3

Cover patties and set aside, set your BBQ or pan to high, and prepare fillings while this comes to heat.

4

Cook the patties for 1-2 minutes each side, until well browned on the outside and cooked to your liking in the middle.

5

When cooked, let the patties rest a couple of minutes before assembling.

Smokey BBQ Burgers