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  • A good old bacon and cheese burger - it's hard to go wrong.

  • It's the perfect thing to cook outside on the barbie

  • and just as good if you cook it inside

  • on a little grill pan like this.

  • I'm gonna show you how to make a delicious burger

  • and a couple of little accompaniments that just make it perfect.

  • This is how we do it.

  • You get yourself a nice hot pan

  • and I'm gonna saute just a little bit of onion and a little bit of garlic.

  • (ONION SIZZLES)

  • You throw your onions in and you wanna hear that sizzle straightaway.

  • A little bit of garlic as well.

  • Then we're just gonna saute those two together.

  • The reason I cook them

  • is because once you get them into the patty of your burger

  • you don't want to bite into a raw piece of onion

  • and if you just go ahead and mix that onion and garlic

  • straight through the burger, that's what you're gonna end up with.

  • Now, you can add just a little bit of salt...

  • ..and a little bit of pepper.

  • And before this starts to caramelise -

  • you don't want to have any colour on it -

  • turn it off and just pop it into a big mixing bowl

  • and just let it go cool before you mix it through the beef mince.

  • What I'm gonna do is get my buns over here

  • and I'm gonna brush them with a little bit of olive oil.

  • We're gonna actually put these buns on the grill

  • so they go nice and crisp on the inside

  • and then still fluffy and delicious on the outside.

  • I've got some worcester sauce. I'm gonna pour that into my onions.

  • And a little bit of Dijon mustard - toss that in as well.

  • And then you pick up your mince.

  • Add that.

  • Now it's time to get a little messy.

  • You just get in there and work those flavours into the mince.

  • Make sure you combine them all really, really well.

  • You're gonna divide your mince into equal portions

  • of how ever many burgers you're making.

  • I'm gonna make four, so you just split it in half like that

  • and then out of each ball you split them in half again.

  • I like just to throw them from one hand to the other

  • 'cause I think it sort of just combines the meat just a little

  • and then I just sort of work it into a shape that I'm happy with.

  • Don't forget to make them

  • ever so slightly larger than you would want them to end up

  • because they're gonna shrink up a little bit when they hit the grill.

  • Beautiful.

  • See how we've got that nice crispy part on the bottom of the bun there?

  • That's what we're looking for.

  • So once you've got them ready to go on both sides

  • just stack them back up.

  • And then it's time to start cooking the burgers.

  • My burgers have been pressed out to the right size.

  • Just get a tiny bit of oil and I oil the burger instead of the grill.

  • That stops it from flaring up into any sort of flames.

  • You can just pick it up...

  • ..just like that.

  • Now, you'll see I've just used half the grill with my burgers

  • because I'm gonna cook some of this beautiful bacon.

  • You just leave them on for just a minute,

  • nice high heat so you get that golden crust on the outside of the burger

  • and then I'm gonna flip it over before it becomes too cooked

  • 'cause you still want to eat a burger about medium, medium-rare.

  • Right, while we're waiting for our burgers to cook

  • over here I'm gonna bring up my burger buns

  • and get a piece of lettuce.

  • Now, this is a really important part of building a burger.

  • You start off with your lettuce on the bottom of the bun.

  • The reason for it is any juices that fall out of the actual patty

  • are gonna be caught by that lettuce

  • and it'll stop you from getting a soggy burger.

  • Flip these other two.

  • As soon as you've turned your burgers over...

  • I've got some tasty cheese slices here.

  • I'm gonna place that, one over each

  • and that's gonna help it to melt while it's still on the heat.

  • There's nothing better

  • than a little bit of melted tasty cheese on a burger.

  • Turn my bacon.

  • So we're getting close.

  • Now, I always say that you should only

  • put your favourite sauce onto your burger.

  • I'm gonna show you what mine is.

  • It's a little bit of mustard

  • and a little bit of tomato sauce mixed together.

  • So I get a bowl.

  • Dijon mustard.

  • A little bit of tomato sauce.

  • Then you just go ahead and mix those two together.

  • Once your burger's cooked on both sides

  • you just pick it up off the grill,

  • straight over here onto your lettuce leaf.

  • Like I said, that lettuce leaf's gonna be your friend.

  • It's gonna catch any of the juices that come out of the burger.

  • You can see that beautiful tasty cheese has melted.

  • I'm just gonna put a little spoon of my favourite sauce.

  • Top it with a slice of bacon.

  • It smells so good in here, I've gotta tell you.

  • You get your buns, you pop them back on top.

  • I've got a few skewers here.

  • Just skewer those,

  • which makes them just a little bit easier to move around.

  • But I tell you what - you won't have to move them around for long

  • because as soon as people see these coming off your barbie,

  • they'll be lining up for it.

  • Enjoy.

  • Mmm.

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