Homemade takeaways

Smoky beef burgers with roasted tomatoes

Serves: 4
Time to make: 40 mins

Total cost: $ 17.08 / $ 4.27 per serve

(at time of publication)

Smoky beef burgers with roasted tomatoes

  • Ingredients

  • Nutrition Info.(per serve)

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Make it gluten free: Check BBQ sauce is gluten free. Use gluten-free breadcrumbs and bread rolls.

HFG tip

Freeze it!

  • At the end of step 1, place tomato in a plastic container and freeze. At the end of step 2, place patties between sheets of baking paper in a plastic container and freeze (or cooked patties can be frozen). To thaw, transfer tomato and patties to fridge overnight. Heat tomato in a small frying pan set over a medium heat.
  • Freeze for up to one month.

Making the most of your freezer saves you time and money. Remember:

  • Label and date food when you freeze it to know its life span.
  • Keep food well wrapped to reduce freezer-burn risk.
  • Discard items that display signs of freezer-burn, along with any UFOs (unidentified frozen objects!). They could be dangerous to your health.
  • Freeze leftovers in single-serve portions to make them easier to thaw and reheat.

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