Buns for hamburger or sandwich

Dissolve the yeast in 50 ml of warm water and add a teaspoon of sugar. Mix the flour with the salt, and add the yeast, melted butter and milk. Stir so that everything is homogeneous. The dough will be sticky, don't be tempted to add more flour.

Now you have 2 options: either start kneading for 6 minutes, or use the lazy option: cover the sticky dough with a plastic wrap, let it rest for 5 minutes and then soak it in the bowl for max 10 sec. Repeat the operation 2 more times (knead for 10 sec., Leave to rest for 5 minutes) and at the end cover and leave it to rise until it passes the float test. That is, take a piece of dough, turn it in your hands to make it round like a ball and then release it in a glass full of water at room temperature. If it goes to the bottom it means that it has not grown enough, if it floats it means that it is ready and we move on to the next phase.

The dough covered and nicely raised is put in the fridge. Ideal for one night, or at least 4 hours.

After taking it out of the fridge, divide it into as many pieces as you want (depending on how big you want the buns to be), shape them into meatballs and place them in the tray. Cover with foil and leave for about 1 hour. Grease with egg, sprinkle with sesame, poppy seeds or nothing and put in the oven at 180 C for 10-12 min.

Buns for hamburger & video recipe

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Recipe of hamburger buns which I present to you today is insane. I did it last week salmon burger, extremely tasty and also healthy. I realized too late that I should have shown you how to make buns because the ones in the shops are full of all the nonsense. I really challenge you to read the label. Every time I do this exercise in stores, it scares me. Instead, the homemade ones are not only much tastier but also much healthier because we know exactly what ingredients we used to prepare them.

I discovered this recipe one day when I had guests and I wanted to make them salmon burgers. Because we hurried and because I almost never make my list, I forgot to buy buns. My husband came up with the saving idea: & # 8221 Leave it, like you do at home. They are easy to make & # 8221, he says like a popcorn, that just he didn't have to make them :)) Willingly or unwillingly I started hamburger buns, together with my girlfriend, Ioana.

I wanted to get a soft, but non-sticky dough, to get some very fluffy buns. The result was more than we expected! I got some hamburger buns, great. Beautifully grown, browned and very fluffy. Not to mention how good the salmon burgers turned out with these buns. From the whole composition you get about 8-10 buns, depending on how big you make them, but enough for 2 families.

If necessary, you can freeze them and they will only be good for any occasion. These hamburger chfiles are suitable for any kind of grilled dish. Whether it's a fish burger, chicken or beef, I sincerely hope you try this recipe with the salmon burger and I hope you like it.

Homemade Hamburger Ingredient:

  • 750 grams of beef (meat, meat, etc.)
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 1 medium / small onion
  • 150 ml. of concentrated chicken or beef soup
  • 1/2 bunch of parsley
  • 5 thyme branches
  • 1-2 rosemary branches
  • 1 teaspoon dried sage (or fresh, finely chopped)
  • 1/4 teaspoon grated nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon sweet pepper
  • 2 teaspoons worcestershire sauce
  • 1 teaspoon grated pepper
  • 1 teaspoon grated salt
  • for serving: salad, tomatoes, green onions, mustard, ketchup
  • dressing: 1 clove of garlic, 1 pinch of salt, 1 tablespoon mustard with whole grains, 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar, 1 teaspoon honey, ground pepper to taste, 3 tablespoons olive oil
  • oil for forming buns
  • optional, 10 slices of cheese that melts in heat (cheese, schweitzer, chedar, etc.)
  • optional: 10 digits

Homemade Hamburger Preparation:

1. Choose the herbs, the thyme and rosemary leaves are detached from the stem, the onion is cleaned, as well as the garlic clove.

2. Cut the meat and pass it through the mincer twice, the second time, if possible, through a finer sieve. Finally, go through the mincer and onion and garlic clove.

3. Over the minced meat add salt, pepper, paprika, nutmeg, worcestershire sauce, finely chopped onion and garlic, rosemary, finely chopped parsley and thyme and chopped sage.

4. Start kneading the composition, gradually adding cold soup (which does not need to be defatted). It would be preferable to knead the dough in a mixer, otherwise it goes by hand.

5. Knead the dough vigorously for at least 15 minutes, until it is bound like a dough (image on the left).

6. Divide the composition into 10 equal portions (around 100-105 grams) and, with your hands greased with oil, shape the flat meatballs, which are placed on a tray greased with oil, then wrap and leave in the refrigerator at least 8 hours.

7. Before I put the burgers on the grill the next day, I baked a batch from my Chifle Moi recipe.

8. As a salad, I chose to use young spinach leaves and very fine slices of radish, for a crunchy texture. I sliced ​​tomatoes and green onions. I prepared the dressing: I crushed the usurpul puppy with salt in a mortar, I added 1 tablespoon of mustard with whole grains, balsamic vinegar, honey, pepper and olive oil and I mixed everything homogeneously.

9. On a well-heated grill, place the meatballs and keep on one side for 4 minutes, then turn and cook for another 5-6 minutes on the opposite side.

10. If desired, as soon as the meatballs are returned, a slice of cheese is placed on top of each one, I used a matured Romanian cheese and there could not have been a better choice. Cover the grill and while the meatball is still roasting (5

minutes), the cheese will melt and cover it. Optionally, you can fry a little on the grill and buns cut in half in width.

11. To assemble the hamburger, grease 1/2 bun (fried or not) with mustard, then add the salad and sprinkle with dressing.

12. Place the meatballs nicely dressed in melted cheese on top of the salad leaves.

13. Finally, add slices of tomatoes, green onions and a few basil leaves (if desired).

14. Add ketchup sauce (or other sauce as desired) and cover with the other half of the bun

The lustful mouths barely manage to burst out of this minutiae, they only have enough patience to pour a cold beer.

You can add other elements in the same landscape, from crispy bacon, fried onion rings, all kinds of grilled vegetables and even soft-boiled eggs. You can also give up buns and serve the hamburger on a plate, with all kinds of salads and toppings. The meatball will be just as juicy and tasty.

Wonderful leavened dough buns: for tea, soups or sandwiches

We present you an excellent recipe for very light and tender fasting buns, which are suitable for tea, soups or sandwich preparation. The buns are made from leavened dough, they are soft and fluffy inside, with a browned crust on top. These delicacies are prepared from the simplest ingredients, are very tasty and can be filled with any product.


-poppy seeds, sesame (optional)


1. Sprinkle the yeast in a glass and add a tablespoon of sugar, mix well and pour a little warm water. Stir until smooth and simmer for 10 minutes.

2. Mix the sifted flour, salt and sugar remaining in a bowl. Mix well. Make a small hole in the middle and pour the yeast. Then gradually mix the yeast with the flour. Pour the oil, mix again and knead the dough until smooth.

3. At first the dough will stick to your hands, but after a while it will become dense and elastic. Knead the dough first in the bowl, then on the work table. Knead for about 18-20 minutes.

4. Grease a bowl with oil and put the dough. Cover with a towel and leave to rise for 1.5 hours.

5. Sprinkle the table with flour and place the leavened dough. Divide it into 11 parts and make different figures (horns, buns).

6. Line the tray with baking paper and place the buns a short distance apart. Cover them with cling film and let them sit for an hour.

7. Sprinkle the buns with water using a sprayer and sprinkle them with poppy or sesame seeds if desired.

8. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees. Place a bowl of water on the bottom shelf of the oven and place the bun tray on top. Bake the buns for 7 minutes, then remove the bowl with water and bake the buns for 10 minutes.

9. Move the buns on a grill and let them cool. Then serve them at the table.

Buns for burgers & # 8211 simple recipe with perfect result

Buns for burgers & # 8211 simple recipe with perfect result, illustrated step by step. How to easily make some buns for fluffy and very tasty burgers. Buns with butter for burgers, ingredients and step by step preparation.

These burger buns have a pretty funny history. Not long ago, but still, some time ago, I tempted you with a burger recipe which was an immense success in my home. You should know that the success was also due to the burgers themselves, which turned out juicy and delicious, but also to the fluffy and incredibly tasty buns. Because I've made buns more than once, but they seem to be winners: one of the oldest published recipes, that of buns for pljeskavica or hamburger, come out excellent but take much longer and soft bun recipe, with very good results and that, has a much harder dough to work. These are actually done in a game and the result is exceptional.

Going back to the story, you should know that a good part of the pictures that you will see that illustrate the recipe for burger buns were taken on the day we set up that feast that left deep traces in the memory of some of the participants. So deep that Vukomir ate two burgers breathlessly and after about two or three hours he asked for another one and that's how I was left without a subject for the final pictures of the bun recipe!

As I said, some of us suffered a lot after those burgers, so not even two weeks passed and we resumed them, at the request of the family. It was the same as the first time, only this time all the buns disappeared at the same time, an effect of Vukomir's already known appetite, but also of the fact that Milena came home with some friends whom I simply could not I tell them "hey, wait for about half an hour, salivate at will while I take these buns!"

In the meantime, I had made a fool of myself to promise my friends to follow me Instagram that they will soon receive this bun recipe. I hate not to keep my word, but we have nothing to do, my eaters had done it to me! So today, when I was completely alone for a few hours, I put it on a roll of buns, finished them and posed for them. If they don't eat them so empty, maybe I'll put something in them tomorrow, but I don't make any promises that I'm not sure I'll be able to keep them.

So, finally I can show you this recipe, for which I was inspired by kingarthurflour.com, adapting the recipe to my taste. Because I kind of avoid unnecessary calories, I eliminated the egg from the recipe, but also the sugar, which I replaced with 1 teaspoon of agave syrup. Otherwise, the same crust with a satiny appearance and a pleasant buttery taste, the same soft and very pleasant texture.

I think it's been more than four years since I last ate at McDonald's. It's true that sometimes the smell tempts you, but if you watch Morgan Spurlock's documentary, Super size me, you think twice about whether or not to enter such a fast food restaurant. I advise you to replace the hamburgers you bought with the homemade ones. Your health will be safe.

Finely chop the onion and fry it in a little oil. Separately mix the minced meat with the eggs, the chopped parsley and the chopped onion. Season to taste and form the meatballs, which you then place on the hot grill for approx. 10 min. You can leave them more or less depending on how much "in the blood" you want them.

Cut the buns in half and make each hamburger with the above ingredients. Good appetite!
Other recommended recipes:

With ham and eggs

  • 4 digits.
  • 4 eggs.
  • 200 g of bacon.
  • 4 lettuce leaves.
  • 2 tomatoes.
  • 50 g of mayonnaise.
  • 50 g of ketchup.
  • 2 fresh cucumbers.
  • 40 ml of vegetable oil.
  • Sol.
  • Pepper.
  • fireballs, breaking the yolk, but not stirring.
  • We will cut thin strips of bacon, and fire up browning. Fat that stands out, angry, or burger recipes will be very high in calories.
  • Tomatoes and cucumbers, we will cut into circles.
  • Mixtures of mayonnaise, ketchup, add salt and pepper to taste.
  • Buns Cut into half and half smaller smear the sauce.
  • Top with lettuce. Then the egg (gather the edge into rolls of size), tomatoes, slices of bacon, slices of cucumber. Cover with rollers and a half. It is optional and can lubricate the sauce. For clarity you can add a little mustard.

Homes can come with a lot of hamburger recipes, do not yield to those sold in catering networks. Homemade can be prepared vegetarian burger, hamburger with fish, cheese and other products.

Buns for burgers

Nothing compares to home cooked food and bakery products are no exception.

Immediately sprinkle sesame seeds on each.

Baking buns for burgers

Put the tray in the preheated oven at 200 degrees Celsius and bake them for 20 minutes until nicely browned. Let them cool before serving.

I got some fluffy, brown buns, perfect for making burgers or sandwiches, perfect for appetizers, instead of bread. I recommend you try the milk bun recipe, which is at least as delicious as these, but also the yogurt bread recipe, another very easy delicacy to prepare. & # 128578

And if you've been trying the burger bun recipe, I'll leave you with the homemade hamburger recipe, which you can accompany with some french fries.

The recipe and the pictures belong to him Maria Pintean, blog contributor Good appetite, recipes with Gina Bradea. Maria is living proof that a young woman can not only be beautiful and smart, but also cook very well.

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cornelia 8 years ago - 18 February 2009 11:50

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HA, HA, HA Ioana, your words above reminded me of the words of an ancient sage, Empedocles, who, analyzing the behavior of his compatriots, came to the conclusion (easy to verify) that those with Latin blood "make some houses as if they would never die and eat as if they would die tomorrow. "
Anyway, as even the burgers show you. even NOT to run Latin blood through the "installation", you eat until you die. even with your eyes alone, as you do now.

PS Please, add some emoticons in this area, so that the people can express themselves in all the splendor of their feelings.

hunger 8 years ago - 19 February 2009 19:45

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good thing you didn't put the recipe for the stitches

Ioana 8 years ago - 19 February 2009 20:17

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follows the mesh one and then I have some interesting omelet recipes. in fact I already have the mesh recipe, but in Mexican style [link]

now if Sanda Marin "allowed" herself to give at least 10 mesh recipes plus as many omelettes in her book, why wouldn't I do it?

here we do not address only the advanced, and beginners, those who learn to cook, must find well-explained recipes. We must address the whole people. In any course you go to the beginning, you are taught the basics. Would you like to skip these notions just because teachers think it's too humiliating for them to go down to that level? I think not. or yes? maybe this explains why we have so many "specialists" in Romania who do everything and in fact NOTHING.

So here too, why should we be ashamed of why it is simple and banal, why should we consider them all known "by default"?

hunger 8 years ago - 19 February 2009 20:34

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Let's be serious . no matter how beginner someone is, I don't think it's a big secret to make a hamburger ... maybe in the future you'll tell us how to make toast. Don't tell me it's already on the site and I didn't notice it. Thanks!

Ioana 8 years ago - 19 February 2009 20:54

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you lowered the toast bar too fast
. are the meshes no longer good standards? now that you know I'm in Sanda Marin's book maybe? if you say that friganele also appears. I'm still there as a difficulty

anyway you don't seem to understand the basic idea, some are too "precious" to admit when they are wrong

angela 8 years ago - 19 February 2009 21:45

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about 2 months ago I read on a forum that a girl prepared mashed potatoes using frozen potatoes for straw potatoes! and the culmination is that he complained that the mash did not work out well! and she used frozen potatoes and the culmination is that she also scolded the person who gave her the recipe! because she didn't know how to cook.
I'm hungry too, a question: there are so many complicated recipes on this site, why didn't you write one of them?

Ioana 8 years ago - 19 February 2009 21:52

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so there are some who do not know how to make mashed potatoes and look for the recipe. we have to put it on too

angela we have an even more complicated recipe but the top is that we have even simpler ones: macaroni and cheese, sandwiches with tomatoes. he hasn't seen them yet

let me tell you a stronger story than with the puree: one girl gives the chicken recipe on the bottle and another asks her if the glass in the oven will surely last. question that seemed normal to me. It is explained to him that everything is ok. and after a few days the nervous woman returns that all the glass on her chicken has melted and the house smells of burnt plastic. Itzi imagines the sunset on the plastic bottle. and she was also nervous, because she didn't listen to the other one because she was giving bad recipes.

angela 8 years ago - 19 February 2009 22:04

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you know very well that a new recipe appears in my house every day and yet yesterday Darius died of lust in the hamburger phase and screams that he wants it too!
I also read all kinds of strange questions on many forums, but the one that puts a plastic bottle in the oven surpasses many of them! Woe to my husband's stomach!

Ioana 8 years ago - 19 February 2009 22:07

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You told me that burgers are one of Darius' favorites, I finally put a recipe to his taste

angela 8 years ago - 19 February 2009 22:17

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I have seldom seen him make such a big fuss for a food seen in the photo! He was mesmerized!

Nicoleta Corr 8 years ago - 22 February 2009 04:58

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I discovered a recipe for lentil and walnut burger. It was very good. If anyone wants to try I offer the recipe.

Dan Cata 8 years ago - 5 March 2009 19:16

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I don't want to comment, because I'm not very good at cooking. I would be very happy if someone could give me a recipe for a dough from which I can make hamburger buns. All that I did, after 2 days, either hardened, or began to crumble.

angela 8 years ago - 5 March 2009 19:26

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Dan .eu I have this recipe from a friend, I saw the bread she prepared but I haven't tried the recipe yet -
870 g manitoba flour
300 mllapte
150 ml water
20 g of yeast
70 g butter
1 or
2 tablespoons sugar
1 1/2 tablespoons salt
Sesame seeds
heat milk, water and butter, when cold add the yeast and mix well, leave to rise for about 10 minutes
mix about 300 g of flour with sugar and salt, add the doped yeast slowly while kneading, add the beaten egg and slowly a little flour. Mix with flour until you get a soft dough that does not stick to me, maybe not all flour is needed
leave to rise for about 20 minutes, then form breadcrumbs and leave to rise for about 2 hours in a warm place covered with a napkin!
Bake them at 200 C for about 15-20 minutes

angela 8 years ago - 5 March 2009 19:27

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I forgot to write that they can freeze.

cotuca 8 years ago - 12 May 2009 17:04

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eliza nicole 8 years ago - 13 May 2009 20:59

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Hello girls! I did this: I greased the buns on one side with mustard on the other with ketup, I fried potatoes, I fried some ready-made meatballs and I laughed cabbage

alina 8 years ago - 19 June 2009 16:58

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and I make them about the same as you, the only difference would be that a minute before I take the meat from the grill I put the slice of cheese on it .. it melts a little and tastes very good try

eliza nicole 8 years ago - 26 June 2009 12:45

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thanks for the advice next time i will try

Cristi 8 years ago - 3 September 2009 14:47

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Thank you for the recipe, it "saved" the party given to me, it was easy to prepare and I will quickly look for recipes of your own. The burgers were delicious

kateme 8 years ago - 5 September 2009 13:53

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thanks for the good ff ff recipe

dora 8 years ago - 6 September 2009 21:29

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did anyone fry the burgers in the pan? how did they come out?

tessy 8 years ago - 21 October 2009 12:27

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how to make hamburger bread?

Ioana 8 years ago - October 21, 2009 16:46

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you can use this recipe, some very good buns come out [link]

CLIO 8 years ago - 1 November 2009 12:55

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I put the slice of cheese between 2 thinner hamburger pieces! A round slice of red onion!

adi 8 years ago - 10 November 2009 01:24

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For Dan Cata: wouldn't it be better to take the ready-made buns? You have to find buns to your liking somewhere. And at home you don't get your buns like at the bakery.
Regarding the hamburger meat, I put beef and pork in equal quantities, finely chopped onion, salt, pepper and some spices (depending on everyone's taste). I form them in a "ring" cut from a 2 l bottle, and I place them superimposed, with food foil between them (max 5 pcs), in the freezer. I put them on the grill directly frozen. In the bun, I put next to the slice of grilled meat, finely chopped onion (and a little vinegar), slices of sour cucumber (or in summer, tomatoes or lettuce leaves), a little mayonnaise, a few strands of french fries.

eugen 7 years ago - 8 March 2010 14:46

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onutza 7 years ago - 2 May 2010 21:22

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so. I'm still hungry because I'm not a fan of burgers. looks very good: D
p.s. hunger if you are still good at the kitchen, post some recipes and don't comment anymore

madalina 7 years ago - 15 June 2010 15:09

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cami 7 years ago - 6 August 2010 18:06

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Dear Ioana, apart from the wonderful recipes and pictures you offer us, because I feel like cooking everything without being able to pronounce them, I had a lot of fun when I read about the chicken on the plastic bottle. Incredible! You write for us, these invaluable and passionate people who really appreciate you, I would like to meet you personally. Good luck in everything.

Ioana 7 years ago - 9 August 2010 11:16

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thank you cami! when you travel to Cluj we go out for a story

janna 7 years ago - 14 August 2010 23:45

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In the morning we go to the forest and on the grill I will put burgers made according to your recipe. Thanks for the recipe.

DYDY 7 years ago - 24 August 2010 09:37

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ioana could you send me your email recipes for ham and buns by email? I would like to open a fast food and your ham looks tasty thank you

valy 6 years ago - 16 January 2011 16:22

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anonymous 6 years ago - 1 February 2011 14:10

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thanks for the recipe right now I'm starting to make burgers, they look great presented by you

anonymous 6 years ago - 3 February 2011 12:23

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please tell me where can i buy provence herbs

anonymous 6 years ago - February 3, 2011 12:45 PM

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can they be bought or must they be prepared by me?

Ioana 6 years ago - 3 February 2011 14:39

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it is bought from the supermarket

deliutza 6 years ago - 22 February 2011 17:42

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Denisa 6 years ago - March 10, 2011 11:34 AM

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denis 6 years ago - 6 April 2011 18:57

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I'm very nasty I didn't like it: d
I'm with pepper and I don't like it because the pepper my father takes is very hot

cicilica 6 years ago - 10 April 2011 14:50

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Yes. very American> ((((lol..if the burger is from the Americans..I'm Arthas.
all recipes are ok. but you don't really have their origins..lol

marynutca 6 years ago - 14 August 2011 02:01

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how hard is it? why don't you teach us to count to 10?

Ioana 6 years ago - 14 August 2011 09:12

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I assumed you knew how to count to 10

Andrei 6 years ago - 27 August 2011 11:48

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God, the man showed us how to make a burger, when you looked at the crispy strips you said, thank you very much, I like that I found how to make a good burger and I appreciate the work for any dish ! Bravo Ioana and leave alone those who do not know how to make burgers and come here to brag! Thanks for all the dishes! I hope you continue to post: D

marynutca 6 years ago - 4 September 2011 15:06

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omfg what a world full of surprises

keity 6 years ago - 6 November 2011 19:15

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pishkot 6 years ago - 16 November 2011 16:09

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and if I don't have this grill for the stove, so do you, what do I do?
can I fry the meat in a normal pan with oil?
or do they come out too oily, nauseous ??

Ioana 6 years ago - 16 November 2011 16:21

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use a Teflon pan, which you grease with a little oil (as in pancakes) and fry them like this. or you fry them in a little oil and after they are browned on both sides, you put them in the oven to make everything.

Roxanna Mika 6 years ago - 19 November 2011 20:37

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considering that I bought a super frying pan (I hope it's a super frying pan: D) from tefal, 32 cm, now I'm going to make them, the meat has already been in the fridge for half an hour
I'll come back and tell you what came out

Roxanna Mika 6 years ago - 19 November 2011 23:29

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because in the morning we made sandwiches with brie cheese and we had leftover lettuce, we put one here
it looks very good, but I couldn't eat them all, even though I had only made 5, there were 2 left
does anyone want?)

geanina 5 years ago - 25 February 2012 10:32

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it's super just like that meat. and cam. You understand, but it's great

marius 5 years ago - 21 March 2012 20:11

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it looks delicious but where do I get herbs from.

mihaela mitran 4 years ago - 24 July 2013 16:54

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Is there a vegetarian burger in your recipe? I am very interested in the subject.

pishkot 7 months ago - 10 July 2017 12:14

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According to your recipe, I've been making burgers for about 3 years and I still don't get bored. Congratulations. Today I repeat the network. Thanks for the ideas.