Black Pudding and Beetroot Burger | Angela Casley

Black Pudding and Beetroot Burger | Angela Casley

Angela Casley is a food stylist and recipe editor of Viva magazine. Angela believes in elegant no-fuss food and this black pudding and beetroot burger recipe is a great example!

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Black Pudding and Beetroot Burger | Angela Casley

Black Pudding and Beetroot Burger

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Food Stylist & Recipe Editor

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4 people

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We are taking a trip to New Zealand for this recipe. Angela Casley is a food stylist and recipe editor of Viva magazine. Angela believes in elegant no-fuss food and this burger recipe is a great example!

"We all have our favourite fillings when building a burger, whether it’s an egg, blue cheese or just your favourite home-made dressing. There is no right or wrong filling here."

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Black Pudding and Beetroot Burger

by

Angela Casley

Ingredients

400g Minced Beef
200g Black Pudding, chopped into small pieces
200g raw Beetroot, grated
1 small Onion, finely chopped
2 cloves Garlic, crushed
1 Egg, beaten
A good handful chopped Parsley
½ Tsp Ground Cumin
(Sea) Salt & Freshly Ground Black Pepper to season

Serving options

  • Burger buns or Ciabatta
  • Bacon, Brie slices, Lettuce, Tomato, Aioli

Method

  1. Into a large bowl place the mince, black pudding, beetroot, onion, garlic, egg, parsley, cumin, salt and pepper. Combine well, using a fork or hands. Divide the mixture into four even-sized balls. Using damp hands, shape into burger patties, cover and refrigerate until needed.
  2. Prepare the remaining ingredients to go into your burger.
  3. Heat a barbecue or frying pan to a medium heat and cook the burgers turning once.
  4. If using, cook the bacon, top the hot patties with the brie to melt it slightly.

To Serve:

Warm the bread, build the burgers to your liking and serve while hot.

Notes

  1. Beetroot
    Remember to use kitchen gloves when preparing beetroot if you don’t want your hands to get stained purple! Tip: Don't use pickled beetroot, it is too acidic and will spoil the burgers!
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