A fitness coach has recreated a ‘low calorie’ version of Betty’s Burger at home – complete with a juicy beef patty, smoky cheddar cheese and crispy brioche buns.
Bec Hardgrave, from Brisbane, made the classic burger using ingredients like beef mince, brioche bun, onion, tomatoes and lettuce.
For the ‘special’ sauce, the 25-year-old mixed together whole egg mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, sugar-free ketchup, pickle juice, garlic powder, salt and pepper.
Her version contains 455 calories while the burger shack has not specified its menu’s kilojoules or calories. However, Bec said she estimated the store’s burger could contain close to 800 calories.
‘Betty’s Burger fakeaway… Honestly this tastes low key exactly like the real thing! I used a bit more beef for Betty’s thicker beef patty and toasted the buns on the pan for that buttery crisp! Also I think I nailed the secret sauce,’ she said.
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What you’ll need to make a Betty’s burger
Aldi Brioche Bun
120g 5 star mince
Coles brand Smoky Cheese
15g brown onion
For secret sauce:
11g full egg mayo
4g sugar free tomato sauce
3g Dijon mustard
1/2 Tsp pickle juice
‘This is hands down my favourite takeaway burger and it’s very close to my heart after moving and living in Noosa where it first opened.’
Betty’s Burgers is a 1950’s inspired burger shack in Australia, which opened its first restaurant in 2014. There’s now 36 locations across New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia.
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To make the burger, she used beef mince from Aldi to shape the patty into a ball.
‘Flatten it with a plate and make sure it’s seasoned,’ she said.
Over a hot pan, she cooked the patty on both sides until it was golden brown.
‘Then I add a slice of smoky cheddar cheese. I put my buns in there as well to make them nice, buttery and crispy,’ she said.
To make the sauce, she simply combined mayo, tomato sauce, Dijon mustard, pickle juice, garlic powder, salt and pepper together.
‘Mix that up and that’s your special sauce,’ she said.
To assemble, she spread a dollop of sauce to the bottom bun, topped with diced onions, beef patty with melted cheese, sliced tomatoes and fresh lettuce.
She then spread another layer of sauce to the top bun, then placed over the lettuce.
Her video has since been viewed more than 43,000 times, with many saying they couldn’t wait to recreate the burger at home.
‘Yes, Betty’s Burgers are the closest burgers I have to my good old favourite In N Out back home in LA. I’m so making these, thank you,’ one woman wrote.
Another said: ‘Oh my good god! You are amazing! Cannot wait to try this ya legend.’
While another added: ‘Yum! Thank you, I know what we’ll be having Saturday night.’
Source: Thanks msn.com