- Serves: 9 People
- Prep Time: 20 Minutes
- Cooking: 15 Minutes
- Calories: 260
- Difficulty: easy
Beef cheese burger is a fast food classic but not all cheese burgers are created equal. The recipe of juicy beef cheese burger that I am sharing is worth staying home for. A juicy and perfectly seasoned beef patty, covered with melted cheese and topped with onion rings, all encased in a toasted burger bun, this cheese burger tastes better than your favorite take away version. You may give this classic beef cheese burger a twist by adding pickles of your choice over the cheesy beef patty. This is the most easy and tasty beef cheese burger you will ever prepare in your kitchen. The recipe of this homemade cheese burger gives you the best cheese burger ever. Give it a try and enjoy it.
- Take mince in a bowl and add black pepper powder, ginger garlic paste, garam masala powder, salt, red chilli powder and coriander leaves. Combine everything well.
- Then shape this mixture into a burger Pattie. Put the patties on a butter paper sheet and place these in freezer for 10 minutes so that it could hold the shape.
- For sauce mix mayonnaise and ketchup. mix it well and put it aside.
- For cabbage mayonnaise put chopped cabbage in a bowl and mayonnaise in it.
- Take burger buns and spread some butter or ghee on it. Place the buns on a medium heated pan (griddle) and roast them on low flame.
- Heat the oil in a pan on medium flame and cook the burger patties in it for 6-8 minutes. Change the sides of patties in between so that it could be cooked from both sides.
- Now after 6 minutes put burger cheese slice on pattie. cover the pan and let the cheese melt for about 1 minute. After 1 minute take off the lid and take the patties out of the pan.
- Now its time for assembling the burger. Put ketchup and mayonnaise sauce on both pieces of roasted burger bun.
- Then put beef pattie with cheese on it.
- You can also add cabbage sauce in the burger at this stage or else you may use it as dipping sauce of burger.
- Put onion and tomato rings over the pattie and then cover it with second side of burger bun.
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