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French hamburger with camembert cheese
French hamburger with camembert cheese
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This is a French inspired hamburger with a layer of camembert cheese. If you don´t like Camembert you can choose another French cheese instead. It is really good to prepare the hamburger and the bread on the grill in the summer. The Camembert will melt on your hamburger and give it a wonderful taste.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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400 gr Minced beef
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4 Hamburger bread
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250 gr Camembert
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4 slices Cheddar cheese
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1 Egg
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2 tablespoons Bread crumbles
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30 gr Arugula
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4 Mushrooms
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1 tablespoon BBQ spices
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1 teaspoon Salt
Instructions:
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Pour the minced beef, egg, bread crumbles, and the spices in a bowl and mix it all together.
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Make four evenly big balls of the minced beef, and form them in to hamburgers. You can do this with a hamburger press or by hand.
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Cut the camembert cheese and the mushrooms in slices and place them on a plate.
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Wash the arugula and place it in a small bowl.
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Place the hamburger and the hamburger bread on the grill, and cook them for approx 10 minutes ( 5 minutes on each sides).
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Take away the breads and the hamburger from the grill and prepare your hamburger with the cheddar cheese, camembert cheese, arugula and mushrooms.
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