How to cook a Perfect Burger Patty recipe? same taste as angels burger, minute burger and burger machine

Burger patty recipe? same taste as Angels burger, minuter burger and burger machine

We Filipinos have a habit of going over the top when there’s a new fad or what we most known as “anong uso?”. Fashion, entertainment (K-Pop and Koreanovelas) and most of the time food. When lechon manok (roast chicken) had its blast in the late 80’s there was literally hundreds of different kiosk, franchise and street counter selling lechon manok. You could not go half a kilometer without running into one, they are like bumping cars in town.

As history dictates, Americans colonized the Philippines and added additional spice to our culture. And as one of the results burgers catches our taste buds  and have been around for literally a hundred years now and has been popular until we were urbanized and lived as cosmopolitans. Enter the quickest way to feed your hungry tummy, hamburgers. There’s enough protein and carbohydrates in these to get us through ‘til work ends.

Right now, what’ hot is those Burger Franchise business bumping in the market like Angels Burger Franchise, Minute Burger Franchise, Burger Machine Franchise and the like. But, what’s the secret of this successful burger franchise why they boom on the market? Literally, right now most of them would like to fall in line with Angels Burger stall for example rather than going in to the well known burger chains, Mc Donalds and Jollibee? What’s the secret of their patty? hmmmm

I searched some recipe’s that could probably equate the burger patties taste same with Angels Burger, Minute Burger and Burger Machine. Here’s how:

Burger Patty recipe is consist ground meat usually pork or beef mixed with other ingredients flattened and created a disk-like shape the fried or grilled until tender and golden brown.


500 grams ground meat

1 egg

2 tbsp water

1/4 cup bread crumbs

4 cloves garlic, minced

1 small onion, grated

1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon pepper


1. In a bowl, combine all the ingredients. Mix thoroughly.

2. Divide the mixture into serving pieces. Roll the mixture into balls then flatten on an even surface.

3. In a tray with grease-proof paper, arrange patties then cover with plastic. Place in the fridge for at least 30 minutes.

4. After 30 minutes. Fry or grill the patties for 3-4 minutes each side or until color turn to brown.

5. Serve with mushroom gravy or with buns and sauce.

As early as the 90’s we here in the Philippines have been using meat extenders “pampaalsa” to make hamburgers more affordable. Protein derived from soybean, banana peels and cultured worms are just examples of what we’ve used. Now before you cringe at what I’ve said, let me assure you that the information I got from a very reliable source is that the hamburger patties Angel’s Hamburger use comes from CDO, a very reputable meat processing company. So if you want to know what CDO uses for meat extenders I suggest you ask them.

Angels burger uses patties that are more popular to Filipinos in general hence the wide acceptance, that and a very low price. Given that their patties are not that thick but at Php 22.50 ( US$ 0.79) for two burgers also known as buy 1 take 1 burgers, who in his right mind would complain. The patties are well cooked, probably because the patties are a bit thin but they do have enough taste, a bit sweet and salty. Not sure what kind and what brand of cheese they use but they do compliment the hamburger. If you do not want the banana catsup they put on top of that please do tell them to hold because they do it automatically as well as the mayo. Four stars out of five for taste is my rating.

The Jumbo Cheesy Footlong Sandwhich to me is much flavorful and as with the patties they were made by CDO. Served also with banana catsup and mayo  the single serving will fill the belly of an average sized person.

It is really amazing how Angels burger franchise, Minute burger franchise and burger machine franchise has expanded in leaps and bounds. With known branches in All over the country specially in the Greater Manila Areas peppered with stalls. Unfortunately no known history, ownership, address or contact number of this establishment. Odd huh?

We suggest you find the same concept of these franchise chains that offers the same varieties of products. We never know you might be one of those franchisee who will pioneer a very competitive burger business someday. We can recommend Queen Burger franchise for this matter….click here for franchise details.

For details contact: 0906.280.9552 / 0922.562.5451


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