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Hamburger with goat cheese
Hamburger with goat cheese
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The perfect homemade hamburger that is both easy and fast to prepare. The difference with this hamburger is that you use goat cheese, which gives it a little French touch to it. When you make your burger yourself, you can choose how well cooked you like it to be, and how melted the goat cheese should be.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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480 gr Mince beef
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4 Hamburger bread
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100 gr Goat cheese
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50 gr Cheese
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8 Salad leafs
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1 tablespoon Bread crumbles
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1 Egg
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0,5 teaspoon Salt
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0,5 teaspoon BBQ soices
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0,5 teaspoon Oregano
Instructions:
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Put the mince beef, the spices, the egg, and the bread crumbles in a bowl and mix it all together well.
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Let the mince beef rest fifteen minutes in the fridge.
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Cut the goat cheese in approx two-three cm thick slices.
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Wash the salad leafs.
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Take out the mince beef from the fridge. Make four equally big balls. Press the balls in to hamburger either by hand or with a hamburger press.
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Place the burgers in a frying pan or the grill for approx five minutes per side. When they are almost ready place two slices of goat cheese on each hamburger.
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Place the hamburger bread on the grill or in a toaster. When they are warm put them on a plate.
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Place the cheese and the salad leafs on the hamburger breads.
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Now it is time to place the meat with the melted goat cheese in the middle of the bread and enjoy the good food you just cooked.
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