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I can do everything apart from blitzing the bread.... is there any way I can do this bit without a blender?

 

Or do I not necessarily need bread for binding? Will just an egg be OK?

 

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Are you a chef? Cooking my whole life since grade school, never heard of blitzing. Quick Google search, once again proof most on here use British English with no understanding their local colloqu

Why would any body use a blender to make a burger or a hamburger? You mix it by hand or spoon in a bowl or on a cutting board. Putting meat in a blender or food processor will result in forcemeat

Anybody van make a youtube. Sure that is very tasty. A Burger is 100 percent ground beef. Call it a hamburger if you want. Is a slice of meatloaf on sourdough bread with lettuce, tomato and

What does blitzing mean? In America burgers are made from 100 percent ground beef. Englishers call it mince. It has various levels of fat. Know in other countries bread crumbs and other things are added but that is a Hamburger, not a burger.

 

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Bread crumbs and eggs?

 

That's a meatloaf sandwich. 

 

Edit:  In fairness, I found the quality, consistency and smell of Thai ground beef to be so bad that I don't blame anyone for adulterating their burger.  Anything to get rid of that smell...  I gave up on Thai beef and made my burgers in Thailand from ground chicken or ground pork.

 

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OK to clarify... not currently in Thailand.

 

And I am using chicken mince, because that's what I have to work with. 

 

Blitzing.... means putting things in a blender.

 

Thanks

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2 minutes ago, Captain Monday said:

Putting meat in a blender or food processor will result in forcemeat. For pate

 

30 minutes ago, RickG16 said:

I can do everything apart from blitzing the bread

 

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11 minutes ago, RickG16 said:

Splendid. Thanks for your helps guys. 

Use a grater. Easier if the bread is on the old side of fresh.

 

Also, you can buy readymade breadcrumbs in packs.

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17 minutes ago, Captain Monday said:

Why would any body use a blender to make a burger or a hamburger? You mix it by hand or spoon in a bowl

or on a cutting board. Putting meat in a blender or food processor will result in forcemeat. For pate

I think the blender is just to make the breadcrumbs. Some people add them, others don't.

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28 minutes ago, RickG16 said:

OK to clarify... not currently in Thailand.

 

And I am using chicken mince, because that's what I have to work with. 

 

Blitzing.... means putting things in a blender.

 

Thanks

Chicken mince? What kind of a burger are you gonna make with that?

A chicken burger I know. But that would be a grilled chicken breast in a bun.

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2 minutes ago, Captain Monday said:

Chicken mince? What kind of a burger are you gonna make with that?

A chicken burger I know. But that would be a grilled chicken breast in a bun.

Three posts in this thread so far and each one showing your ignorance.  It's sometimes better to keep quiet when you have no knowledge of the subject.

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