Remove your burgers from the packaging leaving the burger discs
in place, this will make it easier to place them into a pan.
Pre heat your heavy based frying pan over a medium heat.
Lightly oil the pan with a little groundnut or light olive
Add the burgers to the pan, remove the top burger disc and
gently place the exposed meat side onto the pan, then carefully
remove the remaining disc from the top of the burger.
No need to season the patties as we've taken care of that.
Cook over medium to high heat turning the patties on both sides
to create a golden crust. Reducing the heat to medium to finish
Cook 2 to 3 minutes each side, until firm to touch and
thoroughly cooked, the core temperature of the burger should be
For extra juiciness for the final minute of cooking add a knob
of unsalted butter to the pan, when the butter starts to bubble,
baste the burger for a minute or so, simply spoon the melted butter
over the burger which will enhance both flavour and juiciness.
Leave to rest in a warm place for a couple of minutes before
Serve in a toasted brioche bun, with cranberry relish, pickles
and crispy pancetta.