If you're looking for a plain and simple beef burger recipe full of flavour, then you're in luck. These burgers are strictly traditional - no extra toppings, fillings or buns stacked high - just a great meaty taste.
- Mix together the onion, breadcrumbs, egg and Worcestershire sauce, then season. Leave for 1 minute for the flavours to absorb, then add the beef mince and combine.
- Rub a little oil on your hands and divide the mixture into 4 balls. Roll each ball, gradually flattening it while pressing in the edges so they're even. They should be about 10cm (4in) in diameter and (½ inch) thick.
- Place the burgers between 2 sheets of nonstick baking paper and put in the fridge for at least 20 minutes to help the mixture bind together.
- Grill or fry for 4-5 minutes each side, then serve in baps with lettuce and slices of tomato and red onion.
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