women

Vegetarian : Down To Earth (part 1) - Mexican twist burger with Cheddar, jalapenos, caramelised onions and guacamole

- 7 Kinds Of Fruit That Pregnant Women Shouldn’t Eat
- How to have natural miscarriage
- Foods That Cause Miscarriage
- Signs Proving You Have Boy Pregnancy

Mexican twist burger with Cheddar, jalapenos, caramelised onions and guacamole

Mexican twist burger with Cheddar, jalapenos, caramelised onions and guacamole

Mexican twist burger with Cheddar, jalapenos, caramelised onions and guacamole

The flavour combinations

Caramelised onions

·         20g butter

·         ½ red onion, thinly sliced

·         15ml (1 tbsp) honey

·         1 sprig of fresh thyme

·         10ml (2 tsp) balsamic vinegar

Guacamole

·         1 avocado

·         1 tomato, seeded and diced

·         1 garlic clove, crushed

·         10ml (2 tsp) fresh lemon juice

·         Salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste

·         Olive or avocado oil, for frying

·         2 lentil and bean patties

To serve

·         Handful of lettuce

·         2 wholewheat burger buns

·         1 tomato, sliced

·         20g cucumber, sliced

·         2 jalapeños, sliced

·         100g white Cheddar, grated

·         Side salad or roast baby potatoes, to serve

How to do it

1.    Preheat the oven to 200°C.

2.    For the caramelised onion, melt the butter in a frying pan over medium heat and fry the onion, about 10 minutes.

3.    Add the honey, thyme and balsamic vinegar, and fry until caramelised, about 10 minutes. Set aside.

4.    For the guacamole, scoop the flesh out of the avocado and mash roughly with a fork. Combine with the tomato, garlic and lemon juice. Season.

5.    For the patties, heat the oil in a nonstick pan over medium heat and sear the veggie burgers, 2 minutes on each side. Place in the preheated oven to cook through, about 10 minutes.

6.    To assemble, layer lettuce on the burger bun base, and top with a few tomato and cucumber slices, veggie patty, jalapenos, caramelised onions, guacamole and Cheddar, followed by the bun top.

7.    Serve with a side salad or roast baby potatoes.

Top search
women
- 6 Ways To Have a Natural Miscarriage
- Foods That Cause Miscarriage
- Losing Weight In A Week With Honey
- Can You Eat Crab Meat During Pregnancy?
- Grape Is Pregnant Women’s Friend
- 4 Kinds Of Fruit That Can Increase Risk Of Miscarriage
Other
- Cookbook Extract : Light And Lustrous (part 2) - Apple tarts, Whipped vanilla ricotta
- Cookbook Extract : Light And Lustrous (part 1) - Brussels sprouts and ricotta gratin,Green salsa
- Chef’s Kitchen Breathe : Sat, Drink, Sleep (Part 4) - Olive mousse with candied olives, pineapple sorbet and seasonal fruit
- Chef’s Kitchen Breathe : Sat, Drink, Sleep (Part 3) - Oxtail with chicken stuffing and pinotage sauce
- Chef’s Kitchen Breathe : Sat, Drink, Sleep (Part 2) - Chicken wings stuffed with prawns
- Chef’s Kitchen Breathe : Sat, Drink, Sleep (Part 1) - Marinated trout with purslane and guacamole
- Succulent Seafood In New Zealand (part 2) - Crispy alfonsino, chorizo and chickpea salad,Bengali-style fish curry
- Succulent Seafood In New Zealand (part 1) - Coconut and chilli seafood parcels
- Simply The Best : Happy Mother’s Day (Part 8) - Caramelised banana
- Simply The Best : Happy Mother’s Day (Part 7) - Caramel sauce, Chantilly cream
 
women
Top keywords
women
Miscarriage Pregnant Pregnancy Pregnancy day by day Pregnancy week by week Losing Weight Stress Placenta Makeup Collection
Women
Top 5
women
- Cinnamon: A natural treatment for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome?
- 5 Tips for Safe Exercise During Pregnancy
- Four Natural Ways Alternative Medicine Can Help You Get Pregnant (part 2)
- Four Natural Ways Alternative Medicine Can Help You Get Pregnant (part 1)
- Is Your Mental Health Causing You to Gain Weight (part 2) - Bipolar Disorder Associated with Weight Gain