Cheese-in Burgers are made from prime cuts of UK-sourced beef and stuffed with a layer of cheese. The minced beef is mixed with onions and spices, then shaped into individual burgers which are used to ‘sandwich’ a slice of cheese. During cooking, this layer of cheese melts, tenderising the meat and creating a juicy taste sensation.
Each burger weighs 113g (4oz) and is individually quick-frozen for convenience. They can therefore be cooked fresh to order as and when required, making them practical for venues with varying levels of footfall. Plusfood recommends shallow frying the burgers for 10-15 minutes, turning frequently; oven baking them at 220°C for around 20 minutes; or grilling them for approximately 20 minutes, turning regularly.
Unlike traditional cheeseburgers, which feature a slice of cheese between the burger and the bun, the Cheese-in Burgers contain a layer of cheese hidden within the meat to give customers a tasty surprise when they bite into what looks like a plain burger.
Cheese-in Burgers are available in a case size of 24 burgers.