The origin of the hamburger is unknown and we will perhaps never know with absolute certainty who was the first to combine two slices of bread and a steak of ground beef. What we do know, however, is that all the various inventors of this now global dish came up with the idea between 1885 and 1904. There are no written records, but only verbal statements supporting these different claims of invention. The birth of the burger is directly linked to the changing culinary needs of people who, due to the pressures of industrialization and rapidly transforming society, had less time to prepare their meals. The modern hamburger and fast food in general started to spread to countries outside the U.S. after World War II. You can have a burger everywhere in the world, but the best results are created at home, where you can control the preparation process and the freshness of the ingredients.
500 gr/ 1 lb minced beef
145 gr/ 5 oz mushrooms
50 gr/ 1 2/3 oz Cheddar
2 tomatoes, sliced
salt and pepper to taste
500 grams/ 1 lb potatoes, sliced
Burger: Prepare the burgers with your hands and season with salt and pepper. Fry in a pan over a very hot heat without any oil. Add a slice of Cheddar on top and let it melt.
Hamburger bread: Warm the bread in the oven for a few minutes.
Mushrooms: Fry the onions and mushrooms in a pan until the mushrooms release their juices.
French fries: Peel and slice the potatoes. Deep fry them in sunflower oil until the fries become golden.