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“Fresh Fish” Burger

Fresh Fish

So lately I feel like having burgers – most precisely like experimenting with burgers.

I decided to try to do my first fish burger but I wanted it to have some freshness.

This recipe is the one I tried and the elements in brackets are what I think need to be done to improve it.


Ingredients for one burger:

  • 200 gr of salmon
  • A quarter of lemon
  • Chili flakes
  • Italian herbs
  • Sour cream
  • Cucumber
  • Lettuce
  • Burger buns
  • Paprika
  • Salt and pepper
  • [Philadelphia cheese]
  • [Avocado]

  1. Start with the patty: Mince roughly the salmon with a knife (you can use a food processor if you prefer).
  2. Mix it with the juice of a quarter of lemon, some chili flakes, some Italian herbs and some salt and pepper.
  3. Let it rest in the fridge for 30 minutes to an hour.
  4. Cut thinly the peeled cucumber. [Dice the avocado.]
  5. Mix the cucumber, [the avocado,], a tablespoon of sour cream, [a tablespoon of Philadelphia cheese], some Italian herbs, some pepper and some paprika.
  6. Slice some lettuce.
  7. Toast the buns.
  8. Form a patty from the salmon mix and put it in a preheated pan with some olive oil on high heat.
  9. When both sides are golden brown, reduce the heat to medium low, add a dash of water and cover. This way the patty will be steamed and juicy.
  10. Finally build the burger (from bottom to top):
    1. Bottom bun
    2. Patty
    3. Sauce
    4. Lettuce
    5. Top bun

You can actually let the patty cool down to make the burger more refreshing.

 

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