Introduction: How to Cook a Aussie Burger With the Lot (Aussie Takeaway Classic Hamburger)

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A sample of Australian takeaway store menu’s, this burger is fill to the brim.

Egg, bacon, pineapple, beetroot, lettuce, tomato and a beef patty with tomato chutney this is the ultimate burger.

Ingredients

  • Chuck Beef
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Bacon
  • Egg
  • Lettuce
  • Tomato
  • Beetroot
  • Pineapple
  • Tomato Chutney
  • Burger Bun

Step 1: To Start Off We Need to Make the Patty.

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Setup either a mincer or food processor with the cutting blades.

I’m using chuck beef; I find it has great flavour for a burger.

Mince the chuck beef.

I like my burgers to have a fat ratio of 70% meat to 30% fat, this will give you juicy, tender burgers.

Step 2: Now the Beef Is Minced, Take a Hand Full and Mould Them Into Patties.

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Season with Salt and Pepper.

I can’t stress enough how much better burgers are if you make your patty’s from scratch.

Place them in the fridge for half an hour just to firm up.

Step 3: Next, You’ll Need to Light a Chimney of Charcoal.

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Setup the BBQ for direct grilling.

Step 4: First Thing We Need to Cook Is the Bacon.

If you want to make your own bacon, you’ll find our homemade bacon recipe on the channel.

Take the bacon off and set one side.

Step 5: I Have These Perfect Size Cast Iron Pans for Frying Eggs.

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Pour in some of the bacon fat.

Crack an egg into the pan.

Step 6: Now, Place the Patty Over the Charcoal.

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Now, place the patty over the charcoal.

Make sure to rotate the patty minute.

Cook for 2 minutes before flipping.

Place on top a couple of slices of cheddar cheese.

Step 7: ​Flip the Egg and Cover With the Lid for 1 Minute.

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Take off the egg and toast your bun.

Cover and cook for one last minute.

Step 8: Now It’s Time to Make This Burger.

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First a layer of iceberg lettuce.

Followed with a couple of slices of tomato.

Then some beetroot and a slice of pineapple.

Then place the patty on top.

Followed by the bacon and the egg.

Spoon on some tomato chutney and place the bun on top.

Step 9: There You Have It! an Aussie Takeaway Classic, a Burger With the Lot.

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This burger has it all and taste incredible!

Let me know in the comment what ingredients you like to see in your Burger with the lot.

Comments

jimwi (author)2017-09-24

What no onions? LOL

Henmarsh (author)2017-09-23

Looks like a great handful of burger but mate, pineapple? Really?!

John deCaux (author)Henmarsh2017-09-23

haha only on this burger and never on pizza

chtorregrosa (author)2017-09-23

I promise... I'll make this sandwich tomorrow, or maybe in a few minutes!

John deCaux (author)chtorregrosa2017-09-23

Nice!! Thank you :) Let me know how it turns out

kksjunior (author)2017-09-23

It looks yummy...!!! I'm gonna try it out for sure...!

John deCaux (author)kksjunior2017-09-23

Awesome! Let me know how it goes :)

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