Friday, November 28, 2014

Laphroaig Burger


I like Single Malts... especially the peaty ones... and I like a good burger. So why not bringing those two things together. I used whisky from time to time for cooking but not this Quarter Cask, let's see how it comes out...

I took my regular burger recipe and added a good splash of Laphroaig Quarter Cask to the beef before I shaped the paddies. For the topping I added another splash to the sautéed onions to give it a peaty twist too... the cheese was a mixture of a camembert and some shredded Appenzeller cheese (with some additional mayonnaise).

The final product had a great peaty flavor of the whisky, it was really awesome!

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2 comments:

  1. Interesting, but I prefer my Laphroaig in a glass.

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    1. Mel, I've enough of it ttherefore I can use it also for cooking. The QC is a relatively cheap standard whisky, so it's no big issue to use it like this... in the glass I'd another (even better) Laphroaig...

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