Bill's burger with sweet potato fries

Main Dish
4 servings
30 min
15 min



* For the burger:

* For the sweet potato fries:

* To serve with:


  • 1. First make the meat mix. Take a foodprocessor & put the meat, the beaten egg, the chopped parsley, the breadcrumbs, the grated onion, the grinded fennel seeds & some Maldon sea salt & black pepper in it. Pulse or mix everything together until it resembles all mixed. Taste. Season extra according to taste.
    2. With a spoon, make 4 burgers out of the mix. Flatten them with your hands.
    3. Put them in clingfilm & place into the fridge. I leave them there for about 2 hours.
    4. After 2 hours, take the meat out of the fridge. Take away the clingfilm.
    5. Preheat the oven to 220 ° C.
    6. Take a non stick baking dish, I used 2. Place the sweet potato wedges in it, in a single layer.
    7. Add 2 tablespoons of olive oil to each baking dish, evenly divided.
    8. Add half of the 1/2 teaspoon of Cayenne pepper to each baking dish. Evenly scattered.
    9. Add 1 teaspoon of sweet paprika to each baking dish, evenly divided.
    10. Add some Maldon sea salt to each baking dish.
    11. Take your hands & mix everything together.
    12. Place into the oven & bake until sticky & cooked trough. Sometimes this will take 20 minutes, depending on the size of the wedges or battons.
    13. In the mean time, take a large non stick pan & heat up on high. Add baking margarine. When melted & sizzling, add your 4 burgers & bake until cooked trough. Bake on high heat the first 5 minutes on both sides & turn the heat down for the last 5 minutes.
    14. If you want, you can bake your onion rings now because these will take only 10 minutes to bake. Keep warm.
    15. To serve: take your dinner roll & smear the bottom with mayonaise. Put lettuce on it. Place your burger on it. Put ketchup on that. Add a slice of the tomato. Put some baked onion rings on that & add some extra lettuce leaves. Top with the other half of dinner roll, smeared with ketchup! Serve your sweet potato fries on the side! They are spicy & so good!!


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