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Author:  Cras [ Fri Oct 06, 2017 15:30 ]
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Gentleman's relish is fucking lovely in burgers

Author:  Satsuma [ Fri Oct 06, 2017 15:33 ]
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DavPaz wrote:
Satsuma wrote:
markg wrote:
Gentlemans relish.


A new inclusion into my vocabulary.

Less than £3 in Sainsbury's!

https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/webapp/wcs ... relish-71g


Not exactly how I was going to use it in a sentence.

Author:  Hearthly [ Fri Oct 06, 2017 15:40 ]
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Anchovy relish?

Dirty bastards.

What are you, Dr Zoidberg or something?

Author:  Cras [ Fri Oct 06, 2017 15:43 ]
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Anchovies are amazing

Author:  Grim... [ Fri Oct 06, 2017 18:14 ]
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Hello!

Like most people, I'd advise making the with nothing but meat if you can get good meat.

If you fancy a change, add Guinness, finely chopped onions, breadcrumbs and some kind of green herb.

Author:  DBSnappa [ Fri Oct 06, 2017 18:50 ]
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Zardoz wrote:
What do you use to bind instead of egg?

I've got PVA and Epoxy.


You don't need it. The fat should hold it together.

Author:  asfish [ Fri Oct 06, 2017 19:42 ]
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Zardoz wrote:
Yeah, but not in my timeframe. Too late now anyway...

Bought
500g lean mince (don't shout yet!)
500g Shorthorn beef mince (in reduced section so might impart some gamey element)
Dairylea slices
Brioche buns and oven bottom muffins too

At home I've some onion to dice, egg to glue it with, various mustards and spices to throw in. Heard it's best to make the pattys then leave an hour in fridge at least to help keep shape.


I tend to make mine quite plain with a little seasoning and let people add toppings and sauces as they see fit.

Of course, I have no idea who you are catering for but for my family and friends this works

I've also learnt to do this after making burgers full of spice and other stuff so feel free to ignore and carry on :DD

Author:  Dr Zoidberg [ Fri Oct 06, 2017 20:39 ]
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Hearthly wrote:
Anchovy relish?

Dirty bastards.

What are you, Dr Zoidberg or something?


I’m right here!

Author:  Zardoz [ Fri Oct 06, 2017 22:57 ]
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Turns out I did buy 20% fat mince.

I used black pepper, finely chopped onion and a little lazy garlic. Mixed it all up and decided to use some breadcrumbs and an egg. In the fridge now ready to burger press tomorrow.

Author:  Hearthly [ Fri Oct 06, 2017 23:17 ]
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Dr Zoidberg wrote:
I’m right here!


Futurama is so very good.


Author:  Cavey [ Sat Oct 07, 2017 10:55 ]
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Anchovies are an absolute must-have ingredient; the most amazing flavour enhancer ever, in the history of the universe. :)

I'll be using them liberally with tonight's Calabrian sausage pasta, oh yeah. Primitivo and open fireplace at the ready, I might get lucky post prandial likes. :D


Never made homemade burgers though; must give them a bash. Hot griddle for me though methinks; I'm old school. (Plus actual real chips lol)

Author:  Grim... [ Sun Oct 08, 2017 0:06 ]
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Zardoz wrote:
Turns out I did buy 20% fat mince.

I used black pepper, finely chopped onion and a little lazy garlic. Mixed it all up and decided to use some breadcrumbs and an egg. In the fridge now ready to burger press tomorrow.

Classic Beex advice following there.

Author:  Zardoz [ Sun Oct 08, 2017 13:31 ]
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They turned out superb! Just eating two more now.

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