270 grams of hand chopped flank steak
And then, there was chopped onions...
I said, "Let there be pepper!"
And the temperance through oil and iron.
A bond was formed between them.
Nature found her way and the shape was realised.
As with all things, there was trial by fire.
The fire was a tad strong.
Allies came forth to...
...share the heat.
Culture came along and from the primeval sludge rose...
Man it sure was a lot of effort.
One became two.
And of course, there were more.
To the same horrifying end they all went.
Really, that was a lot of work. It's definitely backbreaking sweat being a creator. Not to mention the Creator. From the arduous chopping of the steak and onions to the shaping of the patties. There was actually addition of half egg and breadcrumbs into the patty mix that I didn't manage to get into photo. I was hoping that they would work serve as a better binding agent for the mat. The end still resulted in a patty that wasn't firm enough, though it tasted much better then my previous attempts. This time round, it was very juicy too. I actually forgot about the salt so the patty tasted more bland than I would have liked. It was about 2 hours worth of preparation that was eaten up in 10 minutes. Phew!