Low Carb Stuffed Burgers
This recipe has been shared with us by Megan Ellam.
"This is a fabulous recipe for when you have friends around for a lazy afternoon of drinks and burgers. A low carb version that no one will know is a healthier option." - Megan
Recipe Tester Feedback: "These healthy homemade burgers with special sauce made for a quick, easy and delicious dinner. Much better than the take away alternative." - Sharree
Contains: Gluten / Dairy / Egg
*Variations: Can be made without Gluten / Dairy / Egg
Preparation Time 10 minutes
Cooking Time 10 minutes
Burger patties can be frozen
- Sugar free big sexy sauce:
- mayonnaise - 110g, sugar free (*can use EF; make your own with the Mayonnaise recipe from The 5 Ingredients Issue or the Egg Free Mayonnaise recipe from The Tea Party Issue)
- cucumbers - 20g, dill, finely diced
- mustard - 25g, Australian
- paprika - 1/4 tsp, smoked
- garlic powder - 1/2 tsp
- onion powder - 1 tsp
- white vinegar - 1 tsp
- beef mince - 600g, grass fed
- cream cheese - 5g (*omit for DF)
- jalapeños - 3 Tbsp, diced
- cheese - 3 slices, American style (*omit for DF)
- tomato - slices
- LCHF bread - 3 low carb hamburger rolls (*can use GF; make your own with the Honey Buns from this issue or the LCHF Bread Rolls (GF) from The Packed Lunch Issue)
Big sexy sauce:
- Add the mayonnaise (110g), cucumbers (20g), mustard (25g), paprika (1/4 tsp), garlic powder (1/2 tsp), onion powder (1 tsp) and vinegar (1 tsp) to the bowl. Mix Speed 4 / 5 seconds. Scrape down sides.
- Repeat Speed 4 / 5 seconds. Set aside.
- Season your beef (600g) with salt and pepper.
- Divide the mixture into 3 parts (200g each), and roll each into a ball.
- Push into the centre of each patty to make a large dimple.
- In a small bowl, combine the cream cheese (5g) and diced jalapeños (3 Tbsp). Place 1 Tbsp of mixture inside each of the patties.
- Close the patties and flatten slightly.
- Cook the patties on a grill or BBQ, to your desired doneness.
- Assemble burger with lashings of sauce, cheese, tomato and lettuce on a bun. This could also be done in a smaller version as sliders, or even just an open faced burger with only one bun.