Sörgården's delicious moose burger

Homemade hamburger is the very best burger - and make it yourself from moose mince! Hamburger with blue cheese, chili mayonnaise and salad. It's good fast food - especially if you can find a thicker hamburger bun, otherwise you can simply serve the hamburger with oven-roasted potato wedges.

Ingredients, 4 servings
600 g moose mince
100 g aged cheddar, sliced
4 large hamburger buns

Arugula salad/maché salad/small leaf spinach
1 large ripe tomato
Sliced ​​red onion
Sörgården's Game Ketchup
Sörgården's Acorn Sauce

Chilli mayonnaise
2-3 tablespoons Sörgården's hjortron sauce
1 dl mayonnaise
Salt and pepper

Young roasted split potatoes
Potato wedges are among the tastiest things you can imagine! It works with everything and is loved by everyone.

  • Choose a firm potato variety, such as bintje, asterix and folva.

  • Scrub the potatoes, and divide into four wedges, six wedges if they are larger potatoes.

  • Set the oven to 250 degrees. Choose a large plate/long pan. Spread the potatoes out on the baking sheet.

  • Pour cold-pressed oil over the potato wedges. Season with flake salt and freshly ground black pepper

  • Roast for 20–30 minutes, depending on the size of the potato wedges. The oven location is best in the middle. Use a frying spatula and turn the potato wedges at least two or three times to get an even frying surface and to prevent the potatoes from sticking. Use a test stick to see when it's done.

That's how you make the burgers

  • Mix the mince with salt and pepper to taste.

  • Shape the mince into hamburgers of 150 g.

  • Form 4 burgers from the mince in a hamburger press.

  • Brush with a little oil and grill for 2-3 minutes on each side.

  • Brush with the jalapeno marmalade

  • Add the cheese and let it melt.


Grill the bread on the cut surface.

Put the burgers together with a dollop of jalapeno marmalade, some sliced ​​red onion, a dollop of chili mayonnaise, lettuce and tomato in between.

Serve with roasted potato wedges

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