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How to make CHEESEBURGER pies: Home cook creates indulgent mini treats in her $29 Kmart gadget

  • A woman has made delicious cheeseburger pies using leftover burger patties
  • Lisa posted images on Facebook and cooked the pies in her Kmart pie maker  
  • She also used few ingredients including cheese, pickles, mustard and sauce 
  • Others were eager to replicate the simple dish themselves to have for dinner 

A savvy home cook has made cheeseburger pies with leftover burger patties and puff pastry.

Lisa posted to a popular Australian cookery group where she revealed she made the delicious savoury snacks using her $29 Kmart pie maker.

‘Made burgers yesterday and made an extra four patties to fit in the pie maker, because that’s just what you do,’ she wrote online.

A savvy home cook has made the ultimate cheeseburger pies with leftover burger patties and puff pastry (pictured)

Lisa posted to a popular cookery group where she revealed she made the delicious savoury snacks using her Kmart pie maker

Lisa posted to a popular cookery group where she revealed she made the delicious savoury snacks using her Kmart pie maker

To make the pies, few ingredients are needed including meat patties, pastry, cheese, tomato sauce, mustard and pickles.

For added cheesiness, Lisa used the Coles Special Cheeseburger sauce, which can be purchased from stores for $2.75 per bottle. 

‘I preferred the ones with no pickles but with cheeseburger sauce. The sauce tastes like it has pickles in it,’ Lisa said.

The pies seem very simple to make and involve few steps, and Lisa said she didn’t need to pre-heat the pie maker beforehand.

To make the pies, few ingredients are needed including meat patties, pastry, cheese, tomato sauce, mustard and pickles

The pies seem very simple to make and involves few steps, and Lisa said she didn't need to pre-heat the pie maker beforehand

The pies seem very simple to make and involves few steps, and Lisa said she didn’t need to pre-heat the pie maker beforehand

'I preferred the ones with no pickles but with cheeseburger sauce. The sauce tastes like it has pickles in it,' Lisa said

‘I preferred the ones with no pickles but with cheeseburger sauce. The sauce tastes like it has pickles in it,’ Lisa said

‘That’s a brilliant idea for dinner!!’ one person said in response to the online post.

‘Man, that is making me hungry and it’s only breakfast time,’ another said.

A third added: ‘I am going to make these pies.’ 

While some were enthused with the idea, others were concerned about the additional number of calories

While some were enthused with the idea, others were concerned about the additional number of calories

While some were enthused with the idea, others were concerned about the additional number of calories in the pastry compared to a burger bun. 

Over the past few months, hundreds of other home cooks have shared shared their recipes to create sweet and savoury dishes using the Kmart pie maker. 

Others have previously made KFC pies, chocolate dessert pies, pizza pies and apple pies.

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