Chilli steak burgers

Chilli steak burgers

Chilli steak burgers

I can never say no to anything cooked with chillies. If you are giving this to kids, you might consider not putting in too much chilli, but I make one just for myself that almost burns. You can experiment with different types of chillies until you find the perfect combination.  For me, Jalapeños are my favourite!

Note :
Preparation time 40 mins
Serves approx 4


  • 481g of frying steak
  • 4 multi-seeded rolls
  • 2 green chilies
  • Olive oil,
  • Salt
  • black pepper


Pre-heat the oven to 190C

Make the burgers fist as you need to rest them in the fridge for a while after making them. Take a large bowl and add 2 very finely chopped green chillies (seeds included) and the steak also very finely chopped (you can use a food processer for the steak).

Season well with salt and pepper and mix well.

To assemble the burgers (the mixture will make 4 burgers); make a ball of about ¾ of the size of a tennis ball, roll around the palm of your hands and then flatten into a burger shape about 2cm in thickness. Place the burgers on a lightly oiled plate and put in the fridge for 30 minutes.

In order to cook the burgers, I’m going to assume a medium cook is ok for this recipe’s purposes.. Get a griddle pan on a high heat and let the pan heat up for a few minutes.

When the pan is smoking hot, rub the burgers with a little olive oil and place in the pan.

Cook for 3-4 minutes on each side.

Try not to press down on them and try not to move around too much as you lose heat in the pan.

Once cooked rest for 2 minutes in a warm place.

If you take out the chilli, these can be made as standard hamburgers too.

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