Hawaiian burger with pineapple and mushrooms

Ingredients

( 2 adults and 2 kids )

  •  lettuce of your choice
  • tomato
  • onion
  • 150 gramsportobello mushrooms
  • 75 gramsbacon slices
  • 500 gramsbeef mince
  • 75 gramssliced cheese
  • 1 cansliced pineapple
  • wholegrain burger buns
  •  burger dressing
  •  salt
  •  pepper
  •  olive oil
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Burgers for dinner! Yay! And even if it might sound unhealthy, it doesn't have to be at all. Use wholegrain buns, lots of veg and lean mince. And you've got the recipe for perfect weekend food! Enjoy!

Directions

1. Rinse the lettuce. Wash and slice the tomatoes. Cut the onion into rings and slice the portobello mushrooms.

2. Pop the bacon on a dry pan and turn on the hob. Cook until crispy and golden. Place it to drip off on some kitchen roll.

3. Shape patties from the mince, season with salt and pepper, and cook on the pan or grill, until they're cooked to your liking. Just before taking them off the heat, pop a slice of cheese on each patty. That gives it time to melt a bit and get soft and delicious. Remember that beef is allowed to be pink - that way your patties stay nice and juicy. Set the patties aside and don't clean the pan just yet.

4. Cook the mushroom on the pan, until they're proper seared. Remember to season with salt and pepper. Set aside. Finally cook the pineapple, so it's golden on both sides.

5. Warm the buns in the oven and lay everything out on the table on little trays and in bowls, and let both kids and adults assemble their favourite burger.

6. Enjoy!

Tip

If your meal plan is set to 2 adults and 2 kids, we've figured 1 burger per person. If your lot is hungrier than that, remember to adjust your shopping list and recipe. If you have leftover pineapple, pop it in an airtight container in the fridge and f.x. use as topping on skyr for breakfast.You can absolutely buy grated cheese at the supermarket, but it's much cheaper to buy a solid piece of cheese and grate it at home, cut into cheese sticks for the kids' lunch, and cut a few slices off for a nice afternoon toastie. And that keeps those nasty E-numbers off your dinnertable!

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