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rijo42Coffee
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Location: Bolton
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Posted Sun Mar 17, 2013, 4:52pm
Subject: Coffee Cheeseburgers?
 

We've had yet another bleak winter in the UK, so we're really looking forward to a bit of sun and an excuse to get the barbeque fired up. When the sun does finally put in an appearance, I'll definitely be making this recipe.

Coffee Rubbed Cheeseburgers
The most delicious cheeseburger you will taste. Freshly ground coffee and spices are rubbed into the meat prior to cooking, the coffee adds depth and brings out the flavour of the meat.

Ingredients - serves 8

Coffee Spice Rub
14g freshly ground
10g brown sugar
10g black pepper - freshly ground
2.5g dried oregano
2.5g sea salt - fine
2.5g ground coriander

Burgers
8 rashers of smoked bacon
450g minced/ground chicken
450g minced steak
8 slices of Gouda cheese
8 good quality burger buns

Garnish
Shredded lettuce
Red onion slices
Beef tomato slices
Coffee barbeque sauce

Method

To make the coffee spice rub
Place all ingredients into a bowl and mix together thoroughly this can be done in advance if desired. Stored in an airtight container at room temperature, it should keep for around a week.

To make the burgers
  1. Fry bacon rashers until crisp, once cooked transfer to paper towel to soak up any excess grease.
  2. Mix the chicken and steak mince in a bowl. Form 8 burgers around 4 inches in diameter and inch thick. Make a slight indentation centrally in the top of each burger using your thumb.
  3. Prepare the barbeque to a medium-high heat
  4. Sprinkle a teaspoon of the coffee spice rub over the top of each burger then place onto the grill rack with the coffee spice rub side down. Cook for around 4 minutes or until slightly charred and turn
  5. Place one rasher of bacon on each burger and cook for 3 minutes
  6. Top with a slice of cheese, cover and cook for 1 minute or until the cheese melts
  7. Add shredded lettuce to the bottom halves of all burger buns then place burgers on top
  8. Add slices of red onion and tomato on top of the burger and add coffee barbeque sauce if desired
  9. Place the top half of the burger bun on top and serve

For more great recipes using coffee please visit www.rijo42.co.uk/blog
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CoffeeLoversMag
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Location: Seattle
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Posted Tue May 14, 2013, 11:57pm
Subject: Re: Coffee Cheeseburgers?
 

Thank you Rijo for the recipe, gotta try this at home too.

The site was also really helpful. I enjoyed reading the posts.

 
Did you know...? Dark roast coffees actually have less caffeine than lighter roasts due to the fact that the process of roasting burns off caffeine.
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Flori
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Location: USA
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Posted Wed May 15, 2013, 2:00am
Subject: Re: Coffee Cheeseburgers?
 

Just tried this recipe. Very very good. Thanks for this. Will keep this on my cookbook :).

Flori
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rijo42Coffee
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Location: Bolton
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Posted Wed May 15, 2013, 2:21am
Subject: Re: Coffee Cheeseburgers?
 

You're welcome. Hope you enjoy!

Thanks very much. I'm glad you liked our site and found it useful.
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kafegeek
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Location: Czech republic
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Posted Sat Jun 29, 2013, 11:59pm
Subject: Re: Coffee Cheeseburgers?
 

Well, sounds like a good recipe, have to try it. Thanks!
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