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A nice home-made steak or roast… Your glamping holiday is not complete without it. We have seriously thought about this at Villatent! All our Villatents have an Outdoorchef gas barbecue, so already on your very first night at the campsite, you will be able to prepare a lovely meat dish!
An Outdoorchef barbecue is not your average barbecue. First, the ultimate focus is on user-friendliness. Second, the products of Outdoorchef are developed in Switzerland, where innovative production technologies are combined with a high product quality. We have Amri Black barbecues, one of the types distributed by Outdoorchef.
Outdoorchef is simple, multi-functional, and healthy in its use. Its funnel system enables safe and healthy barbecuing without fat rising to the surface, while the lid makes it easy to control the heat. Moreover, the barbecue is highly user-friendly, so even starters can prepare a lovely meat dish. And are you weary of having to spend hours cleaning the barbecue? Do not worry, because Outdoorchef barbecues can be cleaned in no time.
Looking for something else to make than the usual chicken sate or spare ribs? We have a delicious recipe for you, which is very easy to prepare on the Outdoorchef barbecue. This filled hamburger can be made in about 20 minutes. The ingredients in the recipe below are for four persons.
First, you mix the minced beef, the minced veal, two eggs, the breadcrumb, the shallot, the thyme, the rosemary, the parsley, and the meat herbs. Next, you mould the ingredients until they form one substance. Then, you divide the mixture in eight even portions, which you mould into small balls. Now, you are going to make the filling. Proceed as follows: thoroughly mix the spinach, the ricotta, the Parmesan cheese and the egg yellow, and add some salt and pepper.
Subsequently, you can fill and prepare the burger. You take a small meat ball, you press it flat, and you make a hole in the middle with a soup spoon. Put a slice of bacon in the hole and add a quarter of the ricotta filling. Next, take the second meat ball, press it flat and cover it with bacon. Finally, you press the two meat balls together until you have one solid burger. Of course, using a hamburger squeezer fairly simplifies the process, but if you do not have one, this is not a problem.
Grill the burger at each side for about 8-10 minutes with the lid open. Let it fry slowly. Serve the filled burger with baked potatoes and you have a wonderful meal.
This is a recipe of Outdoorchef. View more nice recipes via: www.outdoorchef.com/nl/recepten