As it’s National Burger Day, we wanted to share a burger recipe that can be done in your wood fired oven. It’s one of our absolute favourites!
- 400g lamb mince
- 2 Jacobs crackers
- 80g Dorset blue vinney (or good quality blue cheese!)
- 1 red onion, super thinly sliced
- 2tsp good quality red wine vinegar
- 1tsp Maldon salt
Firstly, fire up your oven to its optimum temperature and allow to cool to around 300C.
Next, heat a griddle pan in the front of the oven. Don’t have one? Don’t forget to purchase our fantastic set of cookware, which includes a griddle, small saucepan, dutch oven, frying and much more!
Then, to make the pickle, put your super thinly sliced red onions, salt and vinegar in a bowl and scrunch up for 2 minutes with your hands. Leave to one side.
Mix your lamb mince with the smashed up Jacobs crackers, season well with salt and black pepper, and mould into 2 burger patties- ensuring you knock out as much air as possible. Cover and refrigerate for at least 10 minutes.
Add a lug of olive oil to your pan and cook the burgers for around 6 minutes.
Then, carefully remove the pan from your wood fired oven, and top the burgers with cheese and cover with tin foil.
Put back in the oven for around 2 minutes- or until the cheese is melted and the burgers are cooked through.
Finally, serve in a brioche bun with pickle inside, and cucumber yoghurt on the side. Tasty!
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