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500g Aberdeen Angus minced beef
20g Panko breadcrumbs
1 tbsp water
Vegetable oil spray
60g cheese, grated
400g frozen skinny fries
4 brioche burger buns, sliced
4 tbsps mayonnaise
1 Baby Gem lettuce
1 beef tomato, 4 thick slices
Side salad of your choice
Salt and pepper to taste
1. For the burgers, put the minced beef, breadcrumbs and water into a mixing bowl and add a pinch of salt and pepper . Mix with your hands until combined, then roll into 4 equal sized balls. Flatten the burgers to about 1cm thickness, then spray lightly with oil on both sides.
2. Insert the 10 in 1 wire rack into the air fryer with the grill plate, ridge side up, on top of the rack . Set the temperature to 200C and preheat the grill plate for 3 minutes.
3. Next place the burgers onto the hot grill plate and cook for 14 minutes, or until cooked to your liking, turning halfway through.
4. When the burgers are ready, transfer them to a warm plate, top them with the grated cheese then cover with foil to keep warm. Take the rack and grill plate out of the airfryer and put onto a heat proof surface to cool. Wear oven gloves to remove the wire rack and grill plate from the airfryer, as they will be very hot.
5. Arrange the fries on two air flow racks and place on the top and middle shelves of the air fryer. Set the air fryer temperature to 190C and cook for 12 minutes, rotating the racks halfway through for even browning.
6. When the chips have 3 minutes left to cook, pop the burger buns on to an airflow rack to warm.
7. To assemble, spread a spoonful of mayonnaise over the base of each burger bun, top with lettuce and tomato. Carefully place the burger on top, then add the lid. Serve with the skinny fries and a side salad.
Try serving with a homemade coleslaw and onion rings.