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Double Cheeseburgers

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Double Cheeseburgers

There’s really nothing like a cheeseburger, well there’s a double cheeseburger 😬

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HEALTHY! No added fat, tastes like take out but it’s healthy and has no added fat….

It takes 3-4 minutes to cook.

I’m serious.

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Plus these burgers are freaking delicious.

Did I mention easy too?!?

A healthy, easy, delicious; Double Cheeseburger that tastes like a take out burger, that’s ready in under 5 minutes 😂

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Double Cheeseburgers

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  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Cook Time: 3-4 Minutes
  • Total Time: 40 minute
  • Yield: 4

Ingredients

453-500 g/around 1 lb extra lean ground beef

Salt

Pepper

4 Burger buns [6] (store-bought will work too)

4 Slices of cheese (I just used cheese slices)

Lettuce

Tomato

Mushrooms

Any other toppings of your choice

Instructions

Measure out a ¼ Cup of the ground beef and roll it into a ball.

Lay it on a piece of wax paper and then top it with another piece of wax paper then flatten the patty (about 1/8 inch thick).

Season the side facing up with salt and pepper.

Preheat your frying pan to high heat and then place the patty seasoned side down into the pan; season the side facing up as well.

Fry on high for 1-2 minutes, until the edges are charred and you see the red juices coming out.

Flip the patty and cook for another minute.

You can work in batches if you prefer.

Wipe the pan with a paper towel in between batches and drop the heat to medium-high if need be; you want a high heat to char the patties similar to a griddle but you don’t want a grease fire.

You’ll need 2 cups of ground beef to get 8 patties to make 4 double burgers (I put a cheese slice in between the beef slices).

To serve, top with your favourite garnishes, I went with lettuce, tomatoes and fresh mushrooms on a toasted bun.

Notes

Feel free to add bacon… not the healthiest but oh man is it good!!!

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