I know, I know, the burger recipes are slowly taking over. But we just love burgers in every variation! Today it was time again. And after we ate a great Blue Cheese burger in the United States and Stilton is currently our absolute favorite cheese (after my visit to London in April), the dream team was set for tonight. That's why there was 250 g fresh ground beef per person, fried to a juicy, still slightly pink burger. After turning, about 50 g of Stilton were laid in pieces on the burger and a large lid was placed over the pan. Since the cheese tastes very intense, the burger was otherwise only tomatoes, onions, lettuce, ketchup and mayonnaise. Delicious! I'm also a big fan of real, classic Caesar salad, just with salad, parmesan and homemade garlic croutons. Maximum still chicken breast. As with my favorite Mexican. If I make the salad but parallel to the Burgerbraten, may also go fast: wash and cut Romanasalat into chunks, ready to Croutons, Parmesan shavings over planing and a quick dressing of sour cream, yogurt, balsamic, salt and pepper. Simple but good! share note tweet print rss-feed

Stilton burger and fast Caesar salad

I know, I know, the burger recipes are slowly taking over. But we just love burgers in every variation!
Today it was time again. And after we ate a great Blue Cheese burger in the US and Stilton is our absolute favorite cheese (after my April visit to London), the dream team was set for tonight.
That's why there were 250 grams of fresh ground beef per person, fried to a juicy, still slightly pink burger, after which, about 50 grams of Stilton were placed in pieces on the burger and a large lid was placed over the pan/div>
Since the cheese tastes very intense, the burger was otherwise only tomatoes, onions, lettuce, ketchup and mayonnaise. Yummy!
I'm also a big fan of real, classic Caesar salad, just with salad, parmesan and homemade garlic croutons. Maximum still chicken breast. As with my favorite Mexican.
If I make the salad but parallel to the burger roast, may also go quickly: wash and cut Romanasalat salad, ready to croutons, Parmesan chips planing with a quick dressing of sour cream, yoghurt, balsamic vinegar, salt and pepper. Simple but good!
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