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Bunless Barbeque Beef Burgers

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Serves 4

Have your burger and eat it too (guilt-free) with this tasty bunless barbeque beef burger. Low carb, low kilojoule, low fat, big taste.
Per serve: 1115.8kj (266.5cals); 10g total fat (4.9g saturated fat); 1.6g fibre


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You’ll need

500g lean beef mince
1 tbsp Worcestershire Sauce
1 garlic clove
2 tsp finely chopped rosemary
Salt and pepper
Oil spray
⅔ cup (50g) grated low fat cheddar
1 salad onion, finely sliced or chopped
2 tomatoes, sliced
4 tbsp barbeque sauce
4-8 large iceberg lettuce leaves

Let’s go

Mix beef mince with Worcestershire Sauce, garlic and rosemary. Season with salt and pepper and divide into 4 burger patties.

Heat a non-stick pan to medium high and spray with lightly with oil. Spray burger patties lightly with oil and add to the pan. Cook for 2-3 minutes before flipping and adding the grated cheese. Continue to cook for 2-3 minutes. Remove from pan and allow to rest a little.

Serve burger patties stuffed into lettuce leaves with slices of tomato, a sprinkling of onions and a splosh of barbeque sauce.

 

Cook’s notes
To ensure even cooking, make sure you take your mince out of the fridge 15-20 minutes before you cook it.

 

Why it’s good for you
I love a good burger but always feel a little bloated and blurgh after the fact. This bunless burger solves that blurgh problem for me by replacing the traditional bread bun with a lettuce one. It’s easier to digest and I feel light but satisfied. Bonus!
Per serve: 1115.8kj (266.5cals); 10g total fat (4.9g saturated fat); 1.6g fibre

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