Syn Free Pizza Stuffed Burgers
If you haven’t got a Stuffz Burger press yet…you seriously need to get one! This recipe is just an example of the never ending possibilities for making incredible stuffed burgers with all of your favourite ingredients! You can pick one up from Amazon here for just £2.36 and it honestly opens up a whole world of possibilities!
The general principle is incredibly simple, you press the bottom half of the burger down which creates a dip in which you add your fillings, and then press the top of the burger on sealing it all together nicely. A short blast in the oven later, you’ve got yourself a burger stuffed with magic! I decided to make a pizza stuffed burger because…why not! Melted cheese, tasty cherry tomatoes and fresh basil were all I needed, but I could have easily added bacon, ham, salami or any number of other pizza toppings! If you read my blog at all you’ll know I’m a big fan of pizza, and working out ways to enjoy it on Slimming World (see my Syn Free HexB Pizza, or Syn Free Meatzza!) and this is yet another way to enjoy the flavours of pizza without the syns!
One thing to note with the Stuffz Burger Press is that it makes absolutely humongous burgers! I mean they’re basically meat pies for heavens sake…I’m not complaining, I’m just advising you to be hungry when you dig in! These went down incredibly well in my house, and everyone loved them. I simply accompanied my massive pizza stuffed burger with chips and sweetcorn (no speed police here please, I always have a third veg even if it’s not speed!) and it was just so tasty! Because of the fillings, and the fact that you don’t have to cook them for very long at all, the mince stays so moist, so the whole dish just melts in the mouth. What’s more, you don’t need a huge amount of flavourings to pack a really great taste into each individual part of the recipe!
A delicious syn free stuffed burger made using a Stuffz Burger Press.
- 100mls Chicken/Veg Stock
- 1tsp Mixed Herbs
- Salt & Pepper (to taste)
- 100g Mozzarella
- 1x Small Onion
- 1x Clove Garlic
- 1tsp Mixed Herbs
- 1x Egg
- Preheat your oven to 200 degrees.
- Chop the onion and garlic very small and fry with Fry Light until soft. Set aside to cool.
- In a small sauce pan, add the cherry tomatoes (halved) with Fry Light and fry until they begin reducing.
- Add the chicken stock, herbs and salt & pepper, and simmer until reduced and the sauce thickens up. Set aside to cool.
- In a mixing bowl, mix the mince, egg, herbs, onions and garlic with your hands until combined properly.
- Divide the mince into four sections, with two larger sections and two slightly smaller (the bottom and top sections of your burgers).
- Follow the instructions on your Stuffz Burger Press and press the bottom section of the burger.
- Layer tomato sauce with 50g of mozzarella and fresh basil.
- Again following the instructions on the press, seal the top half of the burger onto the bottom.
- Repeat for the second burger.
- Add both burgers to a tray with Fry Light and sprinkle with salt & pepper. Bake for 15-20 minutes or until cooked through.
Syn free on Slimming World using the mozzarella as your HexA.
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*I was sent some items in this recipe for review, however all views and opinions are my own.