Fruit Black Manga Burger

179/18: Fruity Black Manga Burgers

179/18 – Fruity Black Manga Burgers:

My freezer was close to bursting and I had to make some space. I still had quite a lot of the Mangalitza pork left and no real idea what to do with it until I had the idea to make some pork burgers and some sausages (next post!). First up Fruity Black Manga Burgers. Strange title but the Fruity Black part relates to the Fruit Pig Black Pudding used in this dish!

The Meat:

Loads of Mangalitza pork from Olly at Rogers and Son.

Fruit Black Manga Burger

Diced up ready for the mincer.

Fruit Black Manga Burger

All the gear and no idea! This mincer is cracking, I got it from Weschenfelder and it’s minced everything thrown at it so far.

Fruit Black Manga Burger

Look at the fat!

Fruit Black Manga Burger

The Cook:

A full chimney of Oxford Charcoal Oak lumpwood poured into the base of the Napoleon Pro 22.

Fruit Black Manga Burger

The mince was thoroughly mixed then I formed four patties, 2 big and 2 small.

Fruit Black Manga Burger

Grill grates still in place and on went the Fruit Pig Black Pudding – They had a deal on for 4x625g (2.5kg) sticks of Black Pudding for £33 so I bought some (and a brunch slice!)

Fruit Pig Brunch Slice

Black pudding on.

Fruit Black Manga Burger

Pork patties on. The grill grates were really handy as the fat in the pork was causing some flare ups!

Fruit Black Manga Burger

My wife cooked up some of my bacon then combined it with an apple sauce she made.

Fruit Black Manga Burger

Smoky!

Fruit Black Manga Burger

Time to Eat:

Toasted bun, apple and bacon sauce, pork burger, black pudding and more apple sauce. glorious!

Fruit Black Manga Burger

SUMMARY:

I have wanted to cook a pork burger for ages and I am so glad that I finally did it! The burger was so juicy and tasted amazing. The combination of flavours from the pork, the black pudding and the apple sauce worked really well together. 

Cook Difficulty: 2/5 
Cook Duration: Short: 2/5
Cook Equipment: Napoleon Pro 22
Cook Method: Inverted Grill Grates
Charcoal: Oxford Charcoal Oak
Smoking Wood: N/A
Cook temperature: Hot!
Cook time: 10 minutes
Internal temperature: 68c Thermapen
Notes: Chop the meat and fat smaller before mincing.

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