Aussie Burgers

"The typical Aussie burger with the works, beetroot included. Try it, you just might like it!"
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  • Combine ground beef, chopped onion, egg, breadcrumbs, ketchup, steak seasoning, salt and pepper in bowl, mix with hands to combine.
  • Divide mixture into 4 and shape into round patties.
  • Heat 1/2 butter in pan, add onion rings and cook over medium heat until browned, drain, keep warm.
  • Heat skillet or grill (broiler), brush with oil.
  • Cook patties 3-4 minutes each side or until cooked through, place cheese slice on each patty.
  • While patties are cooking heat remaining butter in skillet and fry eggs and bacon until cooked.
  • Toast buns and place bases on serving plates.
  • On each bun place lettuce, tomato, beetroot, pineapple, then meat patty, onion rings, bacon, egg and finally bun top.
  • Add extra ketchup.
  • Enjoy with an icy cold beer!

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  1. If you like to eat big things this burger is for you! My boyfriend and I thought the Aussie Burgers tasted great ! CAUTION: Make sure to have a big mouth to fit in the Aussie Burger! A big fat thanks! to Jewelies.
  2. Yum! I normally make up my own pattie recipe, but today I was tired and didn't want to spend too much time fussing with how much breadcrumbs/liquid ratio was required. I looked up this recipe and whammo it was just perfect. I did use sausage mince, that is the only difference. I will use in future, thanks! (oh and don't forget the serviettes!).
  3. What a mess (up to my elbows) and what a success! The exchange students have been here less than a month, and now know what a REAL burger is. Everyone used everything. There was one thumbs down for beets, but that's to be expected. I've lived with or around Aussies since the mid-1970s, and can't believe I don't know what steak seasoning is -- so I used worcestershire sauce. Made with organic mince and served on deluxe sourdough rye bread rolls. A perfect, relaxed Sunday night meal. Oh, and did I mention that the burgers are divinely messy? Yummo!
  4. What can I say? Totally Awesome!!! these are a definate must. my kids love them and my husband will not eat hungry jacks at all now he now prefers our "home made" Aussie burger many thanks for a real great tasting recipe
  5. These are awesome tasting hamburgers. Thanks Jewelies!


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