This Father’s Day brush off the BBQ and serve Dad these delicious Macadamia Hamburgers to tantalise his tastebuds and take the humble backyard barby to a new level.
Australian natives, macadamias first evolved more than 60,000 years ago growing naturally in the rainforest. Now we have massive plantations across regions of Western Australia, Queensland and New South Wales working all year round to produce 40,000 tonnes of this delicious nut.
2kg ground beef
1½ teaspoon sugar
1¼ teaspoon salt
1/3 cup celery, finely chopped
2 tablespoons macadamia or olive oil
225g macadamias, crushed
Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl.
Form hamburger patties and bake or fry.
Serve on Turkish bread with rocket, tomato, roast beetroot, caramelised onion and garlic aioli.
For more delicious recipes head to the Australian Macadamia Society website.
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