Making nutrition sustainable.
Delicious homemade burger and chips, to keep you eating foods you enjoy without feeling guilty or over eating calories.
Buying pre made burgers can be quite high in calories due to the meat used and added ingredients, usually higher in fat therefore calorie intake increased. Making burgers from scratch is a great way to keep the calories down and still enjoy a burger and chips.
- 200g 5% lean mince (beef)
- . 1 Egg
- . 1 tsp Mustard
- . 1 tsp Ground black pepper
- . 1 Sprinkle salt
- . 1 tsp Mixed herbs
- . 1 tsp paprika
- . 200g Potato
- . 100g Lettuce
- . 50g Mixed leaves
- . 5 Cherry tomatoes
- . 1 tsp Balsamic glaze
- . 10 sprays Olive oil, frylight spray
- Wash potato
- Slice the potato, thickness is down to preference.
- Place on baking tray and use 5 sprays of olive oil on top
- Sprinkle with black pepper and paprika
- Place in the oven for 30-40 minutes at 200C
- Add lean mince to a bowl
- Add the egg, mustard, herbs, salt and pepper.
- Mix together thoroughly
- Create a ball with the mince and flatten it down with the palm of your hand until you create the burger shape.
- Pre heat non-stick pan and use 5 sprays olive oil
- Place burgers onto pan and flip until cooked accordingly
Calories: 573kcal Protein: 54g Carbs: 54g Fat: 15g
A great way to stay on track with your goals and still enjoy a burger and chips. Eating foods you enjoy is especially important whilst dieting, it can prevent cravings and binging.