It worked though and was very tasty. Soy sauce is a very good accompaniment to many meals. This was a new way for me to use it though.
Preparation Time: 45 minutes
- 1 pack of 8 50g/2oz burgers
- 1 bag of thick Oven Chips
- 2 400g cans of Baked Beans
- Bottle of Soy Sauce
- Turn on the oven so that it will heat to 200°C/400°F/Gas 6.
- Separate the burgers onto an ovenproof tray. It can be worth using foil on the tray to make cleaning easier but not essential.
- Use a roasting tin for the chips and empty as many in as you think will be eaten. I usually grab a handful or two per person.
- Empty the cans of beans into an ovenproof dish. Pour a little water into each of the cans to get the rest of the sauce from them. Add to the dish of beans. Only a little water in each can because the goal is to add a little extra moisture so the beans stay moist in the oven. Cover with either a lid or kitchen foil.
- Put the chips at the top of the oven, the burgers in the middle and the beans at the bottom then cook for about 15 minutes.
- After the time has passed then open the oven. You may be able to get them all out enough or it may need a heatproof surface to put them on.
- Flip the burgers so they cook evenly on both sides. Mix the chips around for an even finish. Stir the baked beans. Return everything to the oven and cook for a further 15 minutes
- Once everything is filly cooked then divide between four plates and serve to the table. A bottle of soy sauce in the centre for the diners to sprinkle over the food and add more flavour to it.
This could, of course, easily be served with brown sauce, tomato ketchup or another sauce of your choosing. Something different that I decided to try that turned out to be quite tasty and did liven up a fairly bland meal.