Dry-Aged Beef Mini Burger with Cheddar Cheese

Dry-Aged Beef Mini Burger with Cheddar Cheese

There’s nothing more popular these days than burgers.What was once referred to as a cheap alternative, has become a staple on bistros and restaurants' menus alike, each more extravagant and flavoursome than the last. The classic lettuce, tomato and meat patty has been revolutionised to test the limits of what really can be sandwiched in a brioche bun.

What nobody could have imagined a few years ago is to make a burger out of dry-aged minced meat. Yes, is there such a thing to buy at all? Yes, there is: beef patties and dry-ripened beef are an absolute trend and a household name on the internet as well as the trusted butcher.

Serves 4 people | Difficulty: Easy


  • 500 grams of dry-aged minced meat
  • pepper
  • Fleur de Sel
  • 2 large tomatoes
  • 1 onion
  • 100g lettuce
  • 200g of cheddar cheese
  • 8 mini burger buns
  • some olive oil



  1. Pepper the dry-age minced meat and salt it.
  2. peel and finely chop the onion, mixing with the minced meat. Once together, roll out 8 mini burgers.
  3. Cut open the burger buns toast.
  4. Wash the tomatos and cut into thin slices.
  5. Wash and dry the lettuce.
  6. Fry the burgers in the pan.
  7. Arrange bun bases with lettuce leaf, tomato and patty.
  8. Place slices of cheddar atop the patty.
  9. Melt in the grill with top heat.


Serve and enjoy immediately!

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