Deconstructed Masala Cheese Burger
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This is an odd flavour combination, but I promise it’s exceptionally good. It’s my go-to favourite lazy recipe at the moment. I serve this as an open sandwich because it works well on a single slice of toasted bread and too much bread is bad for me.


  • Bean Supreme Masala Burger patties
  • Veggies (I use whatever’s fresh and cheap, at the moment that means beans – one type of veggie is usually enough)
  • Spinach
  • Cream
  • Feta cheese
  • Cheddar cheese
  • Salt & pepper
  • Garlic butter
  • Bread
  • Something To Crow About Roasted Seed Toppers – Roasted Garlic flavour


  1. Toast the bread
  2. Dice the Masala Burger patty and fry in garlic butter and a little oil to stop the butter burning
  3. Throw in the diced vegetable(s) and fry with the patty
  4. When cooked, add cream and reduce the cream a little before adding the feta and cheddar
  5. Cook until the cheese melts a little bit – by now the cream should be reduced enough to be a thick sauce that has imbibed the flavour from the masala
  6. Stir in spinach leaves
  7. Add a pinch of salt and a blast of pepper (stirring in the pepper finishes off the creamy masala sauce)
  8. Serve on the toast
  9. Sprinkle Something To Crow About Roasted Seed Toppers (Roasted Garlic flavour) on top – this finishes the flavour due to the garlic and herbs in the mix. It makes a big difference, especially the garlic and herbs that make their way to the bottom of the packet
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