Black Pudding Burgers - the best charcoal bbq grill to buy
I have been having a barbecue recently, but the barbecue is not the same!
We went to Clonakilty with my parents from South Africa and we decided to go to the bar in Scannall, where the clonakilty rugby club held a barbecue to raise money for businesses and families affected by the recent floods.
We think we support a good cause-and we don't know that we will experience it!
If you drive through Clonakilty today, you will see very little evidence of the damage caused by the recent floods.
Thanks to the incredible effort and team spirit of the Clonakilty community.
It's really obvious that everyone has invested any resources they have.
I was there for the weekend and the random charity acts festival was taking place, an extra community initiative that feels good.
From poetry recitation, theater tickets to coffee and hair weaving, anyone roaming the street will get a surprise.
In the same spirit, local businesses have donated everything they need for a barbecue fundraiser so that every penny of ticket sales can be donated to the flood relief fund --
Everything from printing and flags to food and venues was donated.
But it's not a regular burger and Sausage Grill because Clonakilty is home to the infamous Clonakilty black pudding company that has donated sausages and burgers
New Clonakilty black pudding burger.
That night, I convinced Colette temomi, the generator behind the Clonakilty black pudding company, and her son Edward and I to grill some of her new ones at the Scannell restaurant.
However, I don't think they expect me to take shape in 3 quarter
Pound burgers together and form huge people with food monsters!
It took them quite a while to go to the barbecue due to their size, but the black pudding inside kept the burger moist and delicious.
Cola, blue cheese, tomatoes, grilled red onions and lettuce are served on top-they are enough in one bite!
But it just shows how a regular burger is promoted to something special.
The relationship with the new "gourmet burger" trend is far from weakening, and I said it could last for a long time.
A well-made burger with a great mix of ingredients and some fresh flavors is a delight.
Add some delicious sides and you have a real enjoyment.
However, it can be tricky to make hamburgers well, not only taste and seasoning, but also a series of food safety problems caused by making and cooking them.
Here are my tips for my best homemade burger at your next BBQ.
The bacteria on the beef are mainly located outside the meat, so if you roast the steak, you can still enjoy the rare steak inside.
The surface area of chopped beef exposed to air and bacteria is much larger, so it needs to be treated more carefully.
I prefer to buy fresh chopped beef from my butcher and use it within 24 hours.
Also the reason to cook the burger correctly, there is no pink part!
Frozen beef chop is a bad idea because it can cause food safety problems when you freeze and thaw incorrectly.
Meat can also be very tough, gray and tasteless.
Thin beef minced meat is a better choice for burger patties as you need some fat to keep the burger moist while cooking.
The addition of Coke black pudding also helps to maintain juicy and flavor.
The eggs combine the burger pie well, and the crumbs are too dense for meatballs.
Raw eggs may not be safe, so make sure you have clean hands and cook the burger properly.
Commercially, it is safer to use pasteurized eggs.
A molded beef burger should not include kneading and tapping the meat.
The more you handle, the harder it becomes when you process the protein in the fiber.
Use a clean wet hand, which helps to prevent sticking together and handle the burger, making it a firm meatloaf of about 2 inch or 5 cm thick.
Fresh or dry herbs add to the taste and vitality of the burger.
I love the chopped fresh parsley, oregano, marjoram and leeks in my homemade burger.
If you don't have fresh herbs, it's OK to pinch a dry mixture of Italian herbs.
The onion can be very tasty in the burger and can also be used as a filling.
I prefer red onion because it is sweeter.
If used in a hamburger meatloaf, grind it or cut it into dice very finely.
Large pieces of onion won't cook and will crash your burger.
The dressing for the burger can range from simple salt and pepper to a little Tabasco sauce, Worstershire sauce, English mustard or soy sauce.
To test if you have the right amount of seasoning, fry a little seasoned raw beef and taste it.
Don't eat raw beef!
Cheese is a good topper, but how about hiding a piece of melted cheese in the pie? Try mozzarella, blue or goat cheese.
Sunflower oil can easily oil the burgers gently before baking the golden crust and help them not stick.
Of course, sprinkle good sea salt on the outside of each burger will also form a good shell.
Metal spatula or sashimi is critical for flipping the burger and do not use pliers or forks that break down the meat.
When the burger is properly sealed and moved easily on the grill, it can turn.
Don't try to flip it too fast because you will break it.
My favorite hamburger ingredient for clone black pudding: bacon and blue cheese: I covered with roasted cloned black cheese and Cashel blue cheese with a glass of white wine vinegar, 2 teaspoons of sugar, 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon of mustard seeds, 1 flap of peeled garlic, 1 bay leaf, 2 tablespoons fresh dill.
Boil, cool and eat.
Pickled or baked beets: fresh, peeled raw beets, seasoned with balsamic vinegar and salt and pepper.
Add a few fresh rosemary.
"Picnic" is allowed for 20 minutes.
Blue cheese mayonnaise: Mash 4 tablespoons of mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon of blue cheese, 1 cloves of garlic and black pepper.
• Anemone: Mix 4 tablespoons of anemone with 1 tablespoon of sunflower sauce, lemon, 1 cloves of garlic, salt and pepper.
Useful contact: Clonakilty black pudding company
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Twitter: @ scannellsbarClonakilty flood reliefclonflood.
Com's Weibo: @ The National pudding sausage Winnerswww competition of the ClonFloodCraft butcher Association. craftbutchers.
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