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This is a typical hamburger but with different topping, such as mushrooms and Gorgonzola cheese. To have the breads crispy and warm it is good to put them in the toaster rigth before the burgers are ready.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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400 gr Minced beef
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1 medium size Egg
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50 gr Bread crumbles
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100 gr Cheese
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1 pinch Salt
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1 pinch BBQ spices
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1 pinch Black pepper powder
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4 medium size Hamburger breads/buns
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100 gr Gorgonzola cheese
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4 medium Tomatoes
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4 big Mushrooms
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4 big Salad leafs

Instructions:
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Cut the vegetables and the salad leafs.
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Slide the cheese, and cut the gorgonzola cheese in small pieces.
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Put the minced meat in a bowl and add the egg and the bread crumbles, and mix it together.
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Add the spices in the bowl and stir it all together.
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Divide the minced meat in 4.
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Flatten the minced meat in to round hamburger by hand or with a hamburger press.
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Fry the hamburger and the mushrooms in a frying pan.
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Heat up the hamburger bread in a toaster while frying the hamburgers.
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Prepare your hamburger with the salad leafs, cheese, tomatoes, mushrooms and the gorgonzola cheese.

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