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This week is all about burgers, so if you’re someone who enjoys putting a great big slab of meat in their mouth you will certainly enjoy this one.
Burgers are the most consumed fast food dish in the world with America consuming approximately 1.3 million hamburgers a year (enough to stretch around the world about 32 times). That’s probably enough but let’s see if SORTED can contribute to a magical 33rd time.
There’s not many of us that don’t love a burger but, unfortunately for those who do, most burgers are extremely processed and contain high levels of salt and saturated fat. This poses a problem that we have set out to solve and we are going to be treating you to some well-deserved, mouth-watering, freshly-made burgers - SORTED style.
To kick things off we have an exquisitely juicy minty lamb flatbread. This isn’t your ordinary run of the mill burger, it’s packed full of fresh ingredients that leaves you smacking your lips for all the right reasons.
Our next recipe is a Thai Chicken Burger. Not many people will associate Oriental flavours with a burger, but the mix of sweet and spicy flavours really sets this one off. Without a doubt, it’s one of our favourites.
Last but not least is a Vegetarian Bean burger (don’t worry we haven’t forgotten about all the veggies out there). This is a great meal that will keep vegetarians and meat eaters satisfied. This one tastes great and it’s healthy - what more could you ask for from a burger.
So there you have it, you will have three days of burgers that are a hell of a lot better for you than a fast food one, and a damn sight tastier.
Why burgers are called ‘Hamburgers’ when they don’t actually contain any ham? It’s actually quite simple because it is believed that the very first Burger was created in HAMBURG, Germany
The biggest hamburger ever served weighed 8,266 lbs. It was cooked in 2001 at the Burger Fest in Seymour, Wisconsin.