Mini Burgers

About the Recipe

These mini burgers are SO simple to make! Top them with ANY toppings you like! These bite-sized mini burgers can be served at parties, or in tiffin, you name it! Ecobake helps in getting perfect mini burger buns without any greasing and no need for cleaning afterward.

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  • Milk- 1/2 cup & Sugar- 1.5 tsp
  • Yeast- 1.5 tsp & Maida or white flour- 1 cup
  • Milk powder- 2 tsp & Salt- 1/2 tsp
  • Butter- 2 tbsp & Oil
  • Milk & Sesame seeds
  • Oddy Ecobake & Corn starch
  • Boiled potatoes & corn
  • Onion, carrot & capsicum
  • Salt for taste & Maggi masala



  • In a mixing bowl, take milk and then put in some sugar. Keep mixing until sugar is dissolved. Now add in the yeast and mix it well. Let it proof for 15 minutes.
  • After 15 minutes, sieve in the dry ingredients like Maida, milk powder and salt. Add butter and then knead the dough. Add some dry flour to the dough and mix it well using your hands. 
  • You can grease your palms with oil to do this. Grease a bowl before keeping the dough. Cover the bowl with a cloth or lid and keep it aside for about 1.5 hours. 
  • After 90 minutes, the dough has almost doubled. Punch in the dough as it is airy and now pinch out small balls of dough as we are making mini burger buns here.
  • Fold ball of dough as shown in the video. Line the baking tray with Oddy Ecobake and keep the burger buns on top of it.
  • You can give buns milk wash and then sprinkle the sesame seeds on top of these buns. Before baking these buns, give them a second proofing for nearly 30 minutes.
  • Preheat the oven at 180 degrees Celsius. Bake the buns at the same temperature for 10-12 minutes.  Once done, let the buns cool down for a bit.
  • For making tikkis, take all the veggies in a bowl. Put in some salt and Magic Masala. Mix all of this well. 
  • In a pan, heat up butter and grease your palms with some corn starch. Then make small bite-sized tikkis and fry in the pan. Heat up the buns as well. 
  • To assemble the burger. put some mayonnaise on one side of the bun then one small tikki and cheese slice.

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