- 450 g Topside (meat)
- 130 g tomato sauce
- 2 large, brown onions
- 250 g Milk of choice
- sea salt & pepper to taste
- 1 egg
- 5 - 6 sprigs fresh herbs of choice e.g. parsley
- 2 heaped tablespoons plain flour
- olive oil cooking spray
- 1 hamburger bun
- 1 slice other cheese of choice
- 1 slice Pineapple
- 2 slices tomato
- 2 slices Beetroot
- 1 slice bacon, pre-cooked
- sauce of choice e.g. tomato
3h 55minPreparation 3h 15minBaking/Cooking
8Recipe is created for
9Alcohol-free Children food Gluten free Lactose free Non-dairy Autumn Spring Summer Winter BBQ Everyday Holiday Kids in the kitchen Picnic Cooking for 2 person Cooking for elderly people Cooking for large family Cooking for single person Cooking for students Easy Natural Brunch Dinner Lunch Australian Main course Frying Grilling Steam cooking with Varoma Meat dish
1. Pre-mill 40g grain of your choice on speed 9 for 30 seconds until desired consistency.
Set aside to use when shaping the patties .
Cut topside into 2cm cubes. Chill in freezer for 15 to 30 minutes. Partial freezing of meat will assist in a nice clean cut when mincing.
Mince in two batches (maximum 300g) on speed 7 for 8 seconds for a fine appearance or pulse with Turbo 3 - 6 times for chunky texture
The main picture illustrates the end result of mincing with speed 7. Set aside.
Add quartered onions and herbs to TM bowl. Chop finely on speed 7 for 2 seconds. Add minced meat, sauce, milk and seasoning. Combine on speed 3 until mixed through.
Transfer mixture to medium-sized bowl. Cover bowl and allow Hamburger mixture to sit in fridge for at least 3 hours.
Add flour to pre-made Hamburger Patty mixture. Combine with large mixing spoon or clean hands. Moisten hands. Shape patties to desired size.
Suggestion: keep height of each portion no higher than 1 cm. Top tray will take up to 4 large portions or several smaller serves. Bottom tray will take up to 3 large portions.
Allow room around patties for steam to come through holes of trays.
Add 1 litre water to TM31 bowl. Lightly spray Varoma trays with oil before adding patties.
Method 1. With Varoma in place steam patties on Varoma temperature speed 2.
Method 2. Pre-steam patties as described above in method. Brown Hamburger for 1 to 2 minutes both sides in hot frying pan or on BBQ. This technique is illustrated.
Method 3. Cook raw, shaped burger patties in hot frying pan or on BBQ until cooked.
For large patties, allow 35 - 40 minutes cooking time. For smaller patties, steam for 25 - 35 minutes until cooked. Serve.
Suggestion for Flour
Hamburger Patty Mixture
To Assemble Patties
To Cook Hamburgers
Prepare Hamburger Patty mixture at least 12 hours prior to it being required. Resting the mixture helps Hamburgers hold their shape whilst cooking. It also "saves" time later when the meal "rush" is on.
Place a piece of sharp cheese between 2 pre-steamed patties. Surround cheese-enclosed patty with a strip of raw bacon. Cook on frypan or BBq until bacon is crispy and burger browned to your liking.
Garnish with 1/2 cup suateed mushrooms
Hamburger Patty may be served hot with a selection of vegetables or cold with a quick salad.
Recipe supplied by my Mum. I copied this recipe from her cooking files during 1978 as a 14 year old. Used with permission to achieve my Go Getters' recipe demonstration.
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