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MassiveJoes Kangaroo Burger Recipe

October 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Step 1: Preparing Your Vegetables

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1. Firstly we need to prepare our vegetables for our patty mixture.
2.Finely chop the whole onion.
3.Grate your carrot and zucchini.
4.Place all vegetables into your large mixing bowl.

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* You can use any method you want to chop/dice/grate your vegetables, it will just alter the final texture of the patty

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Step 2: Preparing Your Patty Mixture

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1. Add some herbs & spices to your vegetable mixture.We’re using garlic powder, paprika & chilli.
2.Season vegetable mixture and mix through.
3.Now we can add our first packet (1kg) of Kangaroo Mince into our mixing bowl.
4.Begin mixing kangaroo mince and vegetables together, you can use a spoon or your hands.
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Add our first egg to the mixture and continue mixing.
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Now we repeat steps (4) & (5) to add our second packet (1kg) of Kangaroo Mince and our second egg to the mixture.

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Step 3: Making Your Burger Patties

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Now it’s time to cook your Kangaroo Burgers. Using 2kg of Kangaroo Mince, make 10 patties providing 200g of Kangaroo per patty (raw weight). You can customise the serving size by simply making more or less burgers from the mixture (eg. Making 20 patties would provide 100g of raw Kangaroo per burger)

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1.Once you have decided on how many burgers you want to make, roll out a length of baking paper and begin cutting into squares approximately 10-12cm by 10-12cm. If you’re making 10 burgers, cut out 10 baking paper squares.
2.Start by taking small handfuls of your patty mixture and placing onto your baking paper squares trying to be consistent throughout (if you want to be exact, use some scales).
3.Once you have distributed your patty mixture into your desired number of burger patties go back and press and shape each patty into a circle approx. 2cm thick.

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*You don’t want to make them too thin otherwise they may fall apart when cooking.

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Step 4: Cooking Your Burger Patties

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1.Using either a large frying pan or a BBQ with a hot plate surface (just not a grill), preheat either your pan or BBQ with a medium flame. NOTE: you DON’T want to have it too hot as we want to cook the patties through without burning the sides!
2.Once pan or BBQ is up to temperature, spray some olive oil cooking spray to ensure our burgers don’t stick.
3.Now by using our baking paper, pick up your patties and with a flipping motion place them onto your cooking surface with the baking paper facing upwards.
4.Peel off your baking paper and you’re now cooking your first burger.
5.Repeat steps (3) & (4) for as many patties are you can cook at once.
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Allow approximately 5-7 mins for your patty to cook, you should be able to see the colour change from pink to brown on the side of your patty.
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Once over half the side of your patty has changed to a brown colour it’s time to flip your patty.
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Once flipped it should only take about 3-4 minutes for your patty to be ready.

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…and that’s it, you’ve cooked your patty. Now it’s up to you to make it into a meal. Whether you make it into a gourmet burger, cut it up and make a salad, or just grab a piece of wholemeal bread and eat it straight from the pan

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Macros Per Burger Patty

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BURGER PATTIES MADE FROM RECIPE

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10

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15

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20

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CALORIES

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228

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152

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114

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PROTEIN (g)

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43.7

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29.1

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21.9

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CARBS (g)

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2.3

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1.5

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1.2

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FATS (g)

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4.7

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3.1

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2.3

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*Exact macro breakdown will depend on size of vegetables used in recipe

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