Our Fully Loaded Burger is a mouthwatering delight that combines high-quality ingredients and irresistible flavours.
Toasted sesame seed buns, juicy 1-inch Champion Burger Patties, and a generous slathering of smoky Simple Truth BBQ Sauce create a taste sensation that will leave you craving more. Layered with fresh lettuce, ripe tomato slices, zesty red onion rings and velvety cheese, this burger offers a perfect balance of textures and tastes.
To top it off, our homemade cheese sauce, with its creamy richness and melted cheddar goodness, takes it to the next level of indulgence. Whether you cook the patties on a stovetop or over coals, this recipe is designed for convenience and can be enjoyed during load shedding.
Treat yourself to this Fully Loaded Burger, a truly satisfying and delicious choice for your next meal. Visit your nearest Checkers store, or shop on Sixty60 for delivery within 60 minutes.
For the Cheese Sauce:
Heat the flour and butter together over medium heat until the butter is completely melted and the mixture forms a paste.
While whisking continuously, gradually add the milk.
Continue whisking until the sauce thickens.
Add seasoning and cheese and mix well until the cheese is melted.
Enjoy the cheese sauce warm!
NOTE: Please adjust cooking times and temperatures based on your preferences and the thickness of the patties.
4 sesame seed buns
2 tbsp. (42g) butter
4 x 1-inch Champion Burger Patties
¼ cup (62.5ml) Simple Truth Smoky BBQ Sauce
4 large leaves of fresh frilly lettuce
Spicy mayo; to taste
8 slices of tomato
4-8 slices of cheese
16 fresh red onion rings
2 cups (500ml) cheese sauce
For the Cheese Sauce:
3 tbsp. (25g) flour
3 tbsp. (42g) butter
2 cups (500ml) full cream milk
Salt and pepper
1 cup (115g) grated cheddar
Butter the buns and toast them with the cut sides down in a pan.
Cook the patties to your liking, either in a pan or over medium coals.
To cook them in a pan; heat a large non-stick pan over medium-high heat. Add the patties and cook for approximately 4 minutes or until they have browned. Flip the patties and cook for another 4 minutes on the other side.
Generously baste them with BBQ sauce.
At this stage, the patties should be medium rare. If you prefer a medium patty, transfer them to a preheated oven at 180°C for an additional 4 minutes. For a medium-well patty, cook them for about 8 more minutes.
Assemble the burgers by layering the lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese, patty and mayo.
Serve the burgers drenched in cheese sauce.