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Sophie’s eggless pork & veal sage bugers served with a balsamic red onions & capers relish

on 11/05/2010
Eggless pork & veal sage burgers,…yum!

I had a lot of fresh sage from my sage plant. I wanted to make burgers with it.

I served a lovely balsamic red onions & capers relish with it.
I didn’t use an egg & no panko breadcrumbs either in the burgers to make them a lot healthier & a bit more lightly.
This is what I made!

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Recipe: For 5 patties, 5 flatter burgers, each 7cm x 8 cm
Ingredients:
** For the burgers:
320 gr of pork & veal mince
1 large white onion, peeled & cut into 4
2 fat cloves of garlic, peeled & cut into 4
10 large fresh sage leaves, cleaned, washed & pad dry on kitchen paper, cut into smaller pieces
1/2 teaspoon of fennel seeds
a fruity EVOO
Maldon sea salt flakes
black pepper
** For the balsamic red onions & capers relish:
3 or 4 medium red onions, peeled & sliced into thinner wedges
1 heaped tablespoon of small salted capers, well rinsed under water & well-drained
2 tablespoons of a good aged balsamic vinegar
** To serve:
4 of your favourite bread rolls, sliced open
tomato ketchup, I prefer Heinz
fresh rocket ‘ arugula ‘ leaves
some good beer to enjoy with the burgers!
Method:
1. Take a food processor & add the onion pieces, garlic pieces, sage pieces, the mince & the fennel seeds & blitz it all finely up. Mix it until it all comes together. Taste. Add some Maldon sea salt flakes & some grinds of black pepper. Taste again. It has to taste special & lovely!
2. Take a large clean plate & wet your hands. Make about 5 larger patties, flatter burgers out of the mince mix, with the help of your hands. It will stick a bit but it works. I can make 5 burgers , each 7 cm X 8 cm out of them. Place them a bit apart, together on a big plate. Place cling film over the top & place into the fridge for about 2 to 3 hours to firm up. When you want to fry them later, this way they will be easier to handle because there is no egg & no panko breadcrumbs in it to hold it all together. But I assure you, it will work!
3. About 15 minutes before dinner, make the relish. Also, take the plate with the burgers out of the fridge. remove the cling film. Take a large non-stick pan & heat up on medium heat. When hot, add drizzles of the fruity EVOO. Add the red onions wedges & the drained capers. Fry for about 5 minutes & add the balsamic vinegar. Now, add some grinds of black pepper & only a bit of sea salt flakes. Fry for about 10 minutes or until it all is coocked through & caramelized. Keep warm. When the relish is nearly ready, fry the burgers. Take a large non-stick pan & heat up on high. Add a few drizzles of the fruity EVOO & heat up. When hot & sizzling, add the burgers & fry for about 3 to 4 minutes per side. The burgers will not fall apart! When the fried side is golden brown, flip the burger carefully over & fry for another 3 to 4 minutes on the other side. Check with a sewing pin if the mince is well cooked through. When the burger are ready, take your open sliced bread rolls & smear ketchup on both insides. On the bottom half, lay rocket leaves all over the base on top of the ketchup. Then, add 1 or 2 tablespoons of the relish on top of the rocket leaves, add the juicy burger & top with the tomato ketchup smeared bread roll top.
MMM…I assure you,…you want more!
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138 responses to “Sophie’s eggless pork & veal sage bugers served with a balsamic red onions & capers relish

  1. I am so down for this. I've been wondering what to cook for dinner tonight and you've solved my problem. Thank Sophie, these look fantasic.

  2. wow, I want a bite too! Love the balsamic red onions!

  3. Gulmohar says:

    Perfect dinner for me :-) Wow..you have a vegetable garden, I'm Jealous :D

  4. Sophie, I'm amazed the burgers stay together! Must try this…thank you!

  5. syrie says:

    What a decadent burger Sophie!

  6. Joanne says:

    These burgers sound delicious, especially with that relish! I want a HUGE bite!

  7. I love home made burgers and the herbs you've used made it even more wonderful. Yum yum!! Wish I could have this burger for supper tonight!!

  8. Now that is a big, fancy, delicious burger.

  9. lisa says:

    Looks so tasty Sophie! These are a wonderful homemade burger. Love the relish!

  10. Ruth says:

    And they look perfectly moist! Great choice of meat too, love the contrast between pork and veal, those are the ones I use when making ragu too!

  11. Paz says:

    I'm buying a ticket to Beligium for a taste of your delicious-looking and sounding burger with the sage. Yum! ;-)Paz

  12. Sophie, what a delicious and upscale burger with the balsamic onions & caper relish. I love how you combined two meats also. This I've got to try.Sam

  13. Koko says:

    Beautiful burger, Sophie! I love the balsamic onions and caper relish- I bet they would even be great on a veggie burger!! What a great meal for the summertime!

  14. Great use of your sage, and the relish sounds delicious!

  15. Two thumbs up for that relish! Sweet and salty mixed together works nicely for this savory meat.

  16. Yum! This looks like a great burger!

  17. Diana H says:

    Great idea to firm up the burger in the fridge. That does sound like a good way to make it lighter.

  18. Trissa says:

    Good to know you don't need eggs to make the patty hold together. This is a lovely recipe – I love sage, it is so underrated!

  19. Margot says:

    Looks delicious! :) I don't eat red meat but often prepare it for my husband and kids, yesterday made grilled pork chops with cranberry & pear glaze, from jam my mom sent :)

  20. Yum! I rarely see sage in burgers but I think it would taste wonderful in one! And make it so sophisticated too! :D

  21. Debbie says:

    Wow, what a different type of burger and it looks so delicious!!!

  22. Nadji says:

    Une recette délicieuse.j'aime beaucoup.A bientôt.

  23. That definitely looks mighty scrumptious! A classy burger!Cheers,Rosa

  24. Claudia says:

    Love the simplicty of the burgers – I do not do much filling (egg or panko or anything) preferring to jazz it up with toppings.The balsamic onions made my day!

  25. Jo says:

    LOL I could do with a big bite of that too! As good as it gets .. even better!

  26. Pam says:

    Now that is one fantastic burger.

  27. Mary says:

    Sophie, this burger looks wonderful. I know I would really enjoy it. I really love your blog. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings…Mary

  28. Mary says:

    Just jumping back in to thank you for your visit. Blessings…Mary

  29. Barbara says:

    Sage has to be one of my most favorite flavors, Sophie. I use it in a lot of dishes. This burger looks great and I love the addition of fennel seeds.

  30. elra says:

    Can't get over how delicious the relish sound like. Love the balsamic, and the red onion together.

  31. Penny says:

    Burgers are more very favorite food. I have made a red onion marmalade for pork tenderloin, but never thought of it for a burger. Lots of inspiration here. Thank you.

  32. Hungry Dog says:

    Fabulous! I'm going to have to steal this recipe, it sounds too good to skip.

  33. This looks so juicy and yummy. I love that u used fennel seeds.

  34. Junglefrog says:

    I love a good burger Sophie and it's been waaaayyy too long since I last had one! This is making me crave one even harder..:)

  35. What a fantastic burger Sophie! Such delicious flavors! And so healthy too.

  36. These burgers look fantastic!

  37. Angie says:

    I love balsamic vinegar added to anything, what a great looking recipe!

  38. These look so juicy and perfect for tonights dinner. We just don't eat enoigh pork.

  39. Anna says:

    Sweet heavens Sophie, that's mouth watering. Looks delicious.

  40. HUMM this burgers is So delicious! =)A fantastic reciepe!XoXo

  41. Kerstin says:

    Sounds like the perfect way to use your sage! I've been craving a burger lately -yum!

  42. theUngourmet says:

    I would love to try this yummy relish! Great burger!

  43. grace says:

    break out the napkins–that's one messy and amazing-looking burger! i love the combination of meats as well as the caper relish. very inventive recipe, sophie!

  44. Now that's a burger! that relish sounds so sweet and amazing. Once again..you made my mouth water!

  45. ~~louise~~ says:

    Whew! The title alone captured my belly timber mind:) It looks delicious Sophie. How come I can never "whip" up combinations like this. I am officially hungry for a burger now and it's still National Hamburger Month here in the USA!!!Thanks for sharing…

  46. Gloria says:

    My God Sophie this burger look fatastic, I want one!! besooss

  47. This looks great! I love the sound of the balsamic onions–yum!

  48. Victor says:

    I just found your blog from one of my local foodies.The burger looks delicious, I haven't ate a burger for a while. I should eat one now.

  49. El says:

    I love how you come up with the most amazing flavor combinations. You're so creative. I love balsamic onions!

  50. Michelle says:

    Sohpie! So glad to have you visit…I've missed you. I have not visited many blogs lately. Bad, bad, me…but today I am finally finding time to sit down and visit many blogs. I even had time to make myself some dinner. NOTHING compared to this beautiful dish. Lol! I did make cilantro brown rice to go with my turkey slice that I pan fried. I will have a post on it soon! Hope all is well and you had a wonderful weekend!!xoxoMichelle

  51. A very different, and delicious burger! Love the addition of fresh sage. Balsamic onions sound fantastic too.

  52. lesley says:

    Hi,I was wondering how to use more sage in my recipes, we have a huge sage plant..that keeps growing!! Even Mr Frost didn't harm it! Will do this on the BBQ! Balsamic red onions and capers for the relish? mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

  53. Hannah says:

    Balsamic vinegar is one of my favorite toppings, dressings, and marinades! It just goes so well in nearly everything. Now I'm thinking balsamic tofu burgers, myself… ;)

  54. Sophie, thanks for following my travels. It's good to be home and to be able to check in with you. Now I have to find some veal and some sage, 'cause these look just TOO GOOD! Thanks for posting this!

  55. I hope you had a good week!

  56. Daily Spud says:

    Ah, I love fresh sage and of course I love some good beer with a good burger too :)

  57. Carolyn Jung says:

    Now, that's a very nice change from the usual, boring ol' beef burger. Yum!

  58. Velva says:

    I have a sage bush that is out of control in my yard. I am always looking for ways to enjoy sage. You have given me a new idea. This was a really nice burger.

  59. Jeannie says:

    Such a delicious looking burger! Love the condiments that goes with it too! yummy!

  60. Jamie says:

    Oooh you take a basic thing – like a burger for heaven's sake – and make it mouthwateringly scrumptious. I want one too!

  61. Sook says:

    What a fantastic burger!! Looks so delicious!

  62. Carolyn Jung says:

    I just started growing sage in my backyard, and can't wait it use it in delish delights such as your burger recipe.

  63. Holy cow these burgers look GOOD! I love anything with sage and that red onion relish is to die for. Yum!

  64. Diana H says:

    I like this burger more without the breadcrumbs and egg. this would be delicious. I have sage growing in my herb garden.

  65. Olive says:

    the burger looks so delicious! I make my burgers without egg too but I have never tried using veal though, it's not widely available here. Have a nice day Sophie! :)

  66. Jan says:

    I never use egg or breadcrumbs in burgers either, and they always work out great. Your burger looks fab, Sophie, as does the relish.

  67. Pork burger, wow who knew? I'll have to get this a try as it looks delicious! Thanks!

  68. Kevin says:

    Those veal burgers look and sound really good!

  69. Sophie says:

    @ everyone of you: thanks, guys & girls!! enjoy the burger & the relish!!

  70. Natasha says:

    I ate so many burgers this weekend but I think I can make room for this one! Looks delicious!

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