Who the hell doesn't know and like burgers? Nobody is raising the hand to answer.

What if you make the burger yourself for the kids at home? Certainly, healthier and more secure is the cleanliness. Use a low-fat tenderloin. Vegetables can be added according to child's favorite.


5 round burger breads
5 pieces of cheese
1 fresh tomato sliced into ½ cm
1 hump of lettuce
2 tbsp of tomato sauce
1 tbsp of mayonnaise
250 g of minced nonfat beef
1 tbsp of fried shallots
¼ chopped onion
2 tbsp of paneer flour
50 ml of milk
1 tbsp of soy sauce
1 egg
2 tbsp of margarine

How to make:

Mix the minced meat with onion, fried shallots, paneer flour, milk, and egg.
Stir well.
Add salt, pepper, and nutmeg.
Stir well.
Make into five spheres.
Flatten slightly smaller than the bread then fry with margarine in a nonstick skillet over medium heat.
Invert slightly pressed so its center is cooked.
Cut burger bread crosswise.
Grease the bottom side with a tomato sauce mixed with mayonnaise.
Put a piece of cheese and lettuce, and a slice of tomato on it.
Put the burger beef.
Cover with the top of the bread.
Beefburger is ready to eat.
To be interesting, it can be made ornaments of eyes, mouth, nose on top of the burger buns with pieces of vegetables.

For 5 servings.

Nutrition facts per serving:

Calorie: 334 kcal
Protein: 19 g
Fat: 20.6 g
Carbohydrate: 17.5 g
Cholesterol: 99.4 mg
Fiber: 0.5 g

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