Whoo-Hoo! We have passed the halfway mark of the week πŸ˜› This week was my first week back at varsity, and ohmygaaash, has it been a drag! However to get you into the weekend mood I am going to share this bun-less burger recipe with you guys πŸ˜€

I absolutely looove a good burger, but I don’t really eat them because of the crabs involved. So instead of having a regular burger, I make these ones with lettuce leaves as the ‘roll’.

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What you need:

  • a chopping board
  • a frying pan
  • chopping knife
  • a mixing bowl
  • a serving platter

Ingredients:

  • One head of lettuce (or as many leaves as you need)
  • Gherkins/Pickles
  • Big tomatoes
  • Cheddar cheese
  • Secret sauce πŸ˜‰ (tomato sauce and mayonnaise mixed together)
  • One big onion
  • Mince to roll into patties
  • Salt and pepper for seasoning
  • Coconut oil to fry in

Method:

  1. Slice the tomatoes, gherkins/pickles and cheese and place on the serving platter.
  2. Carefully pull whole lettuce leaves from the head of lettuce, chop the root-end off and rinse with water. Then place as many as you need (about 1 or 2 per person) on the serving platter.
  3. Mix the sauce together and place in a small bowl with a teaspoon for serving.
  4. For the patties – place the mince in the mixing bowl and season with salt and pepper (about a teaspoon of each) mix together using your hands, roll into small bowls and flatten a little bit for frying. Use coconut oil to oil the pan for frying, and fry the patties until golden brown on both sides. Once these are cooked place in a serving dish and keep them warm in the oven/warming draw until serving.
  5. Chop up the onion into rings and fry these in the pan with the left over oil from the patties. You can add a teaspoon of sugar to caramelise the onions if you want πŸ™‚
  6. Pace the onions on a serving tray or in a bowl.
  7. And enjoy! (you can see how to construct it from the picture, I only used one lettuce leaf but you can use two.)

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