Now the team at Lo-Dough have come up with a way you can use it to make burgers as well!
If you count the cheese as your HexA this tasty little number comes in at only 3 Syns and since it uses Lo-Dough you’ll still have your HexB for something tasty at breakfast.
You can order Lo-Dough directly from the Lo-Dough website.
It works best in a sandwich press or a George Foreman grill but can be done in a pan if you hold it together with a spatula while cooking.
The trick is to fold the Lo-Dough over the meat and cheese in a six sided star shape. You then use a knife to hold it all in position while you transfer it to the toaster. Once the lid is down, it keeps together while it cooks and then holds its shape perfectly once toasted.
A perfect way to devour a tasty cheeseburger and keep bang on plan.
Here’s how you assemble your cheeseburger….
For the full list of ingredients and comprehensive instructions, please see the recipe card at the end of this post. Before you scroll, there’s important stuff in the blurb 👍
Take a piece of Lo-Dough.
Add 30g of cheese in a 4 inch square in the middle.
Add pickle and pre cooked beef patty.
Fold in each edge around the filling and hold together on top.
Keep working your way around each side.
Keep going in the same direction so each fold overlaps the previous one.
This should require six folds.
It should look like this!
Hold it together with a knife and gently lift it into the sandwich press.
Still with the knife holding it together close the lid, once the lid is down, slide the knife out and toast for 5 mins.
Toast until golden brown.
Pop the burger on a plate and turn it over so the cheese is at the top. Cut it in half and top with lettuce, tomato, pickle and a little sprinkle of crispy onion.
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Remove one piece of Lo-Dough from the packet and peel away the protective paper. Set aside.
Season the mince with some salt and pepper, then shape it into a patty
Try to make it about 4 inches in diameter.
Fry the patty off in a sandwich press or frying pan until seared on the outside but still pink on the inside.
Take the Lo-Dough and put a slice of Cheddar in the middle, then add the gherkin on top. Finally, place the burger patty on top.
Wrap the Lo-Dough around the burger in a six-sided fashion to create a star/hexagon shape. See pics above.
Carefully place the wrap in a press with the open end facing up. Hold the folds in place with a knife. Close the lid and slide the knife out. Grill for 5 mins.
To serve, cut in half and stack on top of each other (cheese on top so it melts over the meat) and top with salad tomato, the Red Slaw, lettuce and the Crispy Onions.
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