Have you ever tried the Kentucky Burger from KFC? This is a (mostly) home-made burger similar to the Kentucky Burger, but much better.
The roll is one of those squishy pre-packed things.
We made the coleslaw. It’s cabbage (we use sugarloaf), carrot, red onion, radish, kohl rabi and sometimes snow peas. Coleslaw dressing is usually just the Coles brand one.
Next it’s chicken pieces. I just get the crumbed Breasts or Tenders from Coles meat dept. I HATE crumbing meat so just buy it pre-crumbed and oven bake.
Then cheese. Aldi cheese slices. 1 or 2, whatever you like.
Bacon is optional and is on the KFC burger but I find it gets lost in all the rest flavours of this burger.
Also add BBQ sauce. I like the Beerenberg Smokey Bourbon Sauce but just regular BBQ is also good.
And that’s the best burger!
My partner and I met for a Miel burger today. Miel opened last August and we first tried their burgers sometime around then. Todays burger was only my second but we had been meaning to eat here again for a while. Miel is a very busy burger joint! On a Friday it is just crazy and on any other day avoid going there at peak lunch time (the surrounding offices let out for lunch around 12 so arrive before that if you can.)
Notice the blankets there, what a lovely touch!
Burgers are one of my favourite foods and I really love a good burger, it is a meal that cannot be beaten (except by a great pizza). Their standard Beef burger (what we had) is $12 and it is a mighty meal. The burgers comes with a small order of chips (just enough) and they are probably the best chips I have ever had from a takeaway! If you love chips make a point to eat these.
The burger is pretty delicious. The beef pattie is moist and flavourful and the sauce and cheese are in the right amounts. The Broiche bun is an absolutely winner! You can design your own burger, starting at $10.50 and create the perfect burger, and there is heaps on the menu to choose from. I’m thinking I might have to pop back for a feast sometime soon.