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Monday, 12 August 2013

Make! Smoky beef burgers

We made some gorgeous beef burgers with this BBQ glaze which gave them a spicy, smoky flavour. When making burgers, the quality of your mince makes a big difference, so it's always a good idea to visit your high street butcher and get your meat freshly ground if possible. Our glaze consisted of roughly 2 tbsp dark soy sauce, 1 tbsp honey, 1 tbsp garlic oil, 2 tsp chipotle (smoked) chilli paste, half tsp dried oregano and half tsp smoked paprika. Just mix the ingredients then use as a marinade for the burgers before frying/grilling. Serve in buns with tons of salad!


I'm linking up with Honest Mum's Tasty Tuesday, and I'm just heading over there now to have a look at all this week's lovely recipes!


8 comments:

  1. Oh wow! Yummy, I could eat these for breakfast! You are so my kinda girl! Tasty Tuesday now open: http://honestmum.com/tasty-tuesdays-greek-lemon-poppy-seed-cupcakes/

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    1. Hehe, nothing wrong with burgers for breakfast... it is the most important meal of the day, after all! Linking up x

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  2. cor I bet they packed a flavour punch! It looks very tasty x

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    1. Thanks Jenny, they were really flavoursome! x

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  3. oh thats a brilliant idea using bbq glaze i never thought of that my hubby makes all the burgers and i will tell him to try this and see if we can get another bbq in before the weather turns

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    1. Thanks Helen :)
      I hope you get a gorgeous day for your next BBQ x

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  4. They look great Hannah, yummy!
    Will give them a go next week.
    Jill x

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