4 good quality Steak Burgers
4 Waterford Blaa Rolls
Baby Gem Lettuce
Sliced Vine Tomatoes
8 Dry cured Streaky Bacon Rashers
Burren Balsamics Roast Onion Jam
- Allow the barbeque to reach a good high temperature as we want the burgers to seal quickly.
- Brush the burgers with a little oil and place onto the hottest part of the barbeque.
- Allow to seal well for approximately 2 – 3 minutes before turning over again keeping them on the hottest part to seal in all the flavours.
- After a couple of minutes move the burgers to the edge of the barbeque where the temperature is a bit less.
- The burgers will take a further 5 – 6 minutes for medium.
- Whilst the burgers are finishing quickly cook the bacon until nicely coloured and crispy.
- Split the roll and add some lettuce and tomato to the bottom half of the roll.
- Add the cooked burger patty and then spoon on some onion jam.
- Top with the crispy bacon and the other half of the roll.