Christmas burger

The closest I come a translation for this burger is sausage burger, in Norway I would call it medisterburger. The english breakfast sausage is quite similar to the medisterpølse in taste, the difference is that medister today is made of very finely ground meat and fat.
During Christmas one tend to eat the same traditional food quite often. In this burger I have combined tastes that is typical for christmas in Norway. Nothing wrong with eating the same thing often, but sometimes it can be a little nice to do a little twist on the traditional.
I have two teenage boys so I feel that I have to give them some “dude food” once in a while.
Yealds 8 burgers
1 lb minced pork
1 medium finely chopped onions, almost minced
3 tsp salt
3/4 teaspoon pepper
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
Butter for frying

8 Hamburger buns

I cup shredded red cabbage
1/2 cup finely chopped  Broccoli
1/2 cup Finely shopped apple
1 part Creme fraishe/sour cream
1 part Mayonnaise
Garlic salt and pepper to taste

Lettuce Leaves
Pickled red beets
Some slices of Edam cheese or some other tasty cheese
Crispy fried onions

Burger patties
It is important that all the ingredients have the same temperature,
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and knead the dough by hand or in a machine until it just becomes sticky. Divide the dough in 8 equal parts and shape into patties.

Red cabbage slaw
Mix vegetable and fruit in a bowl in a bowl and add creme fraishe and mayonnaise until you get the consistency you like . Begin with one tablespoon of each and increase until the desired consistency.
Flavor with garlic salt and pepper as desired.
Put the slaw in the refrigerator prior to use.Fry the patties a couple of minutes on each side, when you turn the patties put some cheese on and keep frying until everything is done.
Assemble burgers like the picture or as you wish.
Happy pre Christmas and hope the  burger are your liking.

 

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