Veggie Burger Sky Scraper
When presented with tall food, like this sky scraper burger, there are 2 types of people: Those who see all their dreams come true between 2 halves of a bread roll and those who think blimey how on earth am I going to fit that in my dainty mouth without dislocating my jaw. I’m a bit of both, initially delighted and then slightly concerned.
But the bonus about a burger like this, especially if you serve your stack in a brioche bun, is that once you’ve picked it up and taken your first bite it usually squishes down to become a much more manageable girth. And this beauty is rammed with so many healthy and delicious trimmings, it would be to your healthy detriment not to add them. Healthy greed, just the way I like it.
Use any kind of burger whether is be homemade, veggie, or slices of halloumi (and the general idea obviously works for chicken or beef burgers too).
Veggie Burger Skyscaper
- Veggie burger or halloumi slice
- Burger bun (brioche or sesame buns are perfect)
- Houmous, a massive dollop
- Tomato, sliced
- Rocket, a big handful
- Onion, a few rings
- Cheese, a couple of slices (not too thick or they won’t melt)
- Ketchup, or any sauce you fancy
- Coleslaw, if you have it
- Cook your burger or halloumi according to the packet instructions.
- Meanwhile slice open your bun and lightly toast the insides.
- When the burger is almost ready, top with the cheese slices and return to the heat to allow a bit of melting.
- Then just start construction of your delicious skyscraper stack: I put a large dollop of houmous on the base, followed by onion slices, tomatoes and a bit of rocket. Next comes the burger with its blanket of melting cheese. And finally, ketchup, a little squirt of sriracha and more rocket. Put the lid on the bun and squash it down slightly so that the whole thing doesn’t fall over on the way to the dining table.