Burgers are actively included in our menu, and picnics are always waiting for them. They will brighten up the "waiting" for a barbecue, serve as a worthy pair for a mug of beer or scalding tea by the fire. I recommend it, these are very tasty burgers.
Prepare the pickled peppers in advance.
Wash the peppers, dry them, and bake them in the oven at 200 degrees for 20-30 minutes.
Put the hot peppers in a bag, tie and let cool.
Cut a little onion, peel the peppers, put them in a glass container, pour vinegar tincture or 6% vinegar. Remove for 1-12 hours.
To cook the patties.
I recommend using tomato paste, the cutlets will be juicy and beautiful color. Chop the onion finely, fry in vegetable oil, and cool.
Add the onion and tomato paste to the minced meat, season with salt and pepper, and mix.
Beat off the minced meat, form three flat cutlets, slightly larger than the diameter of the buns.
Cut the buns, dry them in a frying pan or in the oven, on the grill. P.S.: I bake Burger buns myself, today I'm black, if you are interested in the test recipe, link below.
On a dry grill pan, cook the cutlets, 2-3 minutes on each side.
Brush the bottom of the buns with the sauce.
Put a hot cutlet, dill and pickled pepper and onion on it.
Brush the second part of the bun with the sauce and cover the Burger. Submit immediately.