Top tips to make burgers and wedges
Rugby League stars Vinnie and Louis Anderson are helping to teach kids about healthy eating.
They're visiting some lucky kids in Warrington to explain how to make healthy burgers and potato wedges.
Here's the recipes they used. You will need to get an adult to help you, with the cutting, putting on the oven, using the hob, and draining the potatoes.
Please be careful when cooking and make sure that your meat is cooked through thoroughly.
Healthy burgers - makes eight
500g lean steak mince
Once slice of wholemeal bread, broken into crumbs
One free range egg, beaten
Two tablespoons English mustard
Three tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
One onion, finely chopped
Adult help: Pre-heat oven to 200C.
In a large mixing bowl mix together all the ingredients.
Once they are well mixed, form them into eight burgers. Wash your hands.
Adult help: Place them on a baking tray and put them in the oven. Be careful as the oven will be hot.
Cook for 20 minutes, turning them halfway through cooking. Make sure they are cooked through before eating. Get an adult to take them out when they are cooked.
Potato wedges - enough for eight
Eight medium sized potatoes
Six teaspoons olive oil
Six tablespoons tomato puree
One tablespoon water
Half a teaspoon chilli powder
Freshly ground black pepper
Adult help: Cut each one into two halves lengthways. Then cut those halves into halves too, also lengthways, to make quarters. Cut those quarters in half again to make eighths. BE CAREFUL WHEN USING THE KNIFE.
Adult help: CAREFULLY put the wedges in a pan of boiling water for six minutes.
Adult help: CAREFULLY drain the wedges and run under cold water. This is IMPORTANT so they are cold enough to touch.
Mix together all the other ingredients in a bowl. Next add wedges and coat them in the mixture. Spread onto baking tray.
Adult help: Put them in the oven and bake for about 20 minutes or until they are golden crispy.
Serve with salad and wholemeal bread rolls.