By Emily Charignon· | including Terrace Univia
Today on the program: We revisit the burger! Swap the classic buns for mushroom caps, oven-fried with a touch of sunflower oil, for burgers that are both gourmet and healthy.
Need to limit gluten in your diet? That doesn’t mean you have to give up burgers. You can replace the bun with mushrooms! Just roast them in the oven with sunflower oil and a few sesame seeds. Then you can dress them up with steak or vegetable galette, onion fondue, cheddar, tomato, salad, mustard, mayonnaise…
You’ll love this super original version of the legendary sandwich!
With its neutral flavor, sunflower oil has the advantage of being versatile and easily paired with everything. Great for seasoning, cooking or frying… Mayonnaise can be heated to a temperature of no more than 180°C without losing its nutritional value.
To make this recipe, follow the steps below:
– 16 button mushrooms
– 1 drop of sunflower oil
– 1 teaspoon of white sesame seeds
– 160 grams of ground beef
– Salt and pepper
– 2 slices of cheddar
– 40 grams of mayonnaise
– A few lettuce leaves
– A few slices of tomato
– 80 grams of onion fondue
– 20 grams of mustard
1. Wash and dry the mushrooms. Combine them in pairs and by size: a base and a hat to replace the traditional hamburger bun. Oil the mushrooms with a brush with sunflower oil, cut the stem flush and sprinkle the round with sesame seeds (this will serve as the top of the burger). Bake for 10 to 15 minutes in a preheated oven at 180 degrees Celsius on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper.
2. Make mushroom-shaped burgers with ground beef. Cook burgers in pan according to desired side, season. Cut the cheese into 4 and place 2 slices on top, turn off the heat and cover to melt the cheese.
3. Spread a little mayonnaise on the mushrooms to serve as the base of the burger. Place a lettuce leaf, tomato slices, hot burger, cheese and finish with a little onion fondue and a hint of mustard. Close the “cap” with sesame seeds on top of the mushroom. Enjoy your lunch!
For your health, practice regular physical activity.
The campaign was financed with the aid of the European Union. The European Union supports campaigns aimed at promoting quality agricultural products.
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Recipe conceived by our Chef Emilie Charignon.
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