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Frog Hamburgers
Frog Hamburgers
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If you’re going to have a summer party for kids and thinking of serving hamburgers, try preparing these funny looking frogs. They will be a hit among both small and big kids. One thing you can be sure of, if these frogs will jump off the table it’s only to land in your kid’s hands.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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500 gr Minced beef
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4 Hamburger breads
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1 Egg
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1 tablespoon Milk
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0.5 teaspoon BBQ spices
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0.5 teaspoon Salt
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0.5 teaspoon Pepper
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2 tablespoons Bread crumbles
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4 Cheese slices
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4 Olives
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8 Corn grains
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4 Ham slices
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4 Salad leaves
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2 Tomatoes
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1 Pickle
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Mix the minced beef, spices, egg, milk and bread crumbles in a bowl.
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Divide the minced beef in 4 and press hamburgers in a hamburger press. Let the burgers rest in the fridge for 30 minutes.
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Cut the pickle and tomatoes in thin slices.
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Place the corn grains in the olives to make eyes.
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Fry the burgers in a frying pan.
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Place the salad leaves on the bottom of the hamburger breads. Place the done burgers on top.
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Place the cheese slice on the burger, continue with a slice of ham and then slices of tomatoes.
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Continue to place a thin slice of the pickle to make a tongue.
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Place the top of the hamburger bread on the burger and attach the olives with some toothpicks.
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