Today, we revisit the Welsh specialty of holiday food in a burger! With this super-comforting dish, you’re going to really enjoy it, we promise!
Originally from Wales, we know the Welsh from our ch’tis friends who enjoy this dish made with melted cheddar and beer. It is traditionally served on a slice of bread and with ham before being roasted in the oven. We already offered you a take on toast that satisfied your taste buds, but today we’re sharing another equally gourmet recipe: the Welsh Burger! Apart from sticking well to the body, it warms the heart and delights the taste buds. For a healthy burger (or not), discover the Eggplant Burger! This winter, we swap the raclette for a good savoir-faire burger with queen cheese.
To make this recipe, follow the steps below:
Welsh Burger Recipe
For 4 people
– 4 cases old mustard
– 25cl dark beer
– 800 grams of cheddar
– 4 burger buns
– 4 steaks
– 4 slices of bacon
– 1 tomato
– 4 lettuce leaves
1. Melt the cheddar with the beer and mustard in a saucepan.
2. Toast the burger buns in the oven at 200°C for 10 minutes with the oven on.
3. In a gratin dish, arrange the bottoms of the burgers and pour the melted cheese on top. Bake for 5 minutes.
4. Meanwhile, cook the steak and bacon strips.
5. Spread ketchup and/or mayonnaise (or other sauce of your choice) over the burgers.
6. Place steak and bacon on burger buns then top with tomato slices, lettuce and pickle rings. Top with other burger buns and enjoy with fries or salad.
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