Happy Monday beautiful people! Today I’ll be showing you all how to make a low carb bacon cheeseburger by dismissing a few ingredients that you’d usually find in a burger, like an actual burger bun! I made this at home a few days ago and absolutely loved it, the flavours are stunning and the dish allows you to be full without feeling overly bloated like you’d usually get from bread. I swear I didn’t miss the bun at all! My family and friends were so shocked when they tried, it’s SO good! It’s also a great option if you’re trying to reduce the amount of bad carbohydrates you take in. So sit back, relax and enjoy this bacon cheese burger! Get the recipe here:
Cooking Time: 20 Minutes
Makes 7 burgers
500g of Ground Beef
4 Rashes of Bacon
3/4 of a Red Onion
1/4 of an Onion
1/2 tbsp of Salt
1 Maggi Cube
1/2 tbsp of Cayenne Pepper
1/2 tsp of Ground Black Pepper
3 Slice of Single Cheese
1) Finely Chop both types of onion and your tomatoes.
2) Place the ground beef into a bowl and add in the pepper, salt and maggi cube. Now massage all the seasoning in using your hands.
3) Add the onions into the meat mixture add massage it in.
4) Grab a portion of the meat, roll it into a ball and flatten it into a burger shape using your hands.
Once you’re finished place the burgers to one side.
5) Heat up a pan with 3tbsp of oil. Once heated place the bacon in to the pan and leave it to cook for about 2 minutes each side. Then place it to one side.
6) Now add one cup of olive oil into the pan, wait for it to heat up then place the burgers in. Leave it to cook for 5 minutes on each side or until a dark brown.
7) Once the burgers are cooked place them on a paper towel to allow any excess oil to drain out.
FOR THE ASSEMBLE:
1) Gently tear off the iceberg lettuce. (Aim to tear it in shape of a burger bun)
2) Pour some hot sauce onto the lettuce, then the burger, cheese, tomatoes, bacon and then another burger.
3) Squeeze the mustard and ketchup onto it.
4) Tear off some more lettuce in shape of a burger bun and place it on top.
Now honestly, did you miss the burger bun?
“I don’t want to spend all my life not having good food go into my pie hole. That hole was made for pies!” – Paula Deen
Love, Genie In The Kitchen Xxx