Take a look at the latest recipe from our friends at Ringwood Brewery! This month’s addition is a summer staple – tender beef burgers served with a classic Razorback.

27 June 2019

Looking for an easy to make recipe full of flavour to keep you and your family going on your leisure vehicle adventure this summer? Well, we’ve got you covered with this beef burger recipe! And we’re even giving you the perfect accompaniment, Ringwood Brewery’s Razorback beer. This malty beer has a mellow bitterness that compliments the beef and tomatoes perfectly, whilst offsetting the red onion and spicy relish.


beef burger and chips


What you need to get cooking

Beef Burger x 4 people


800gr minced beef

100gr panko breadcrumbs

2 egg yolks

4 x brioche bun

1 x baby gem lettuce

200gr sliced red onion

1 x beef tomato

Salt and pepper to taste


800gr chips (preferably skinny chips)



  1. Mix minced meat with egg yolks and breadcrumbs, and season
  2. Form the mixture into 4 patties and set aside in the fridge to set
  3. Slice the bun in half and toast
  4. Add relish (recipe below) to the bottom of the bun
  5. Top with washed baby gem lettuce, sliced red onion and a slice of beef tomato
  6. Remove burger patties from the fridge, sear in a hot pan on both sides and cook in the oven at 200c for approximately 8/10 minutes
  7. Place the burger on top of the bun, add some more relish, the bun lid and serve with an ice-cold Razorback and chips


Relish x 4 people


100gr chopped shallot

10gr chopped garlic

10gr chopped red chilli

10ml olive oil

50ml red wine vinegar

50gr caster sugar

10gr tomato purée

300gr chopped tinned tomatoes

4 x ripe tomatoes seeds removed and diced

Salt and pepper to taste



  1. Sweat down shallot and garlic in a pan
  2. Add chilli, sugar and vinegar, and reduce by half
  3. Add chopped tomatoes and tomato purée, and simmer for 20/25 minutes until reduced and thickened
  4. Remove from heat, season to taste and allow to cool
  5. When cooled, add de-seeded and diced fresh tomato
  6. Check seasoning and serve in and alongside the burger


For other Ringwood Brewery food and beer pairings, check out the pulled pork burrito with the fruity Boondoggle, Tandoori wrap for the BBQ with the full flavoured Circadian or the succulent slow cooked sticky BBQ ribs with the golden Fortyniner craft ale.


Are you looking for somewhere to enjoy one of these delicious food and beer pairings? Check out these top destinations right on your doorstep. Ensure comfortable travel this summer by hiring your very own leisure vehicle.

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