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Fry’s Avo Salsa Summer Burger Recipe

Why not warm up tummies at home with the Fry’s Avo Salsa Summer Burger topped with Chunky Avo and Peppadew Salsa, Cucumber Ribbons, Toasted Seeds, Fried Onion and Radish. This easy-to-make Fry’s burger can be served as a main course with prep time taking just 20 minutes and cooking time in ten minutes!

The new formula Traditional and Spiced Burgers are juicier and tastier and higher in protein (the Traditional Burger will now have 27% more protein, and the Spiced Burger will have an extra 14%).

Here’s the Fry’s burger recipe,

  • Fry's Avo Salsa Burger Recipe
  • Fry's Family Food Co Traditional Burgers
  • Fry's Family Food Co Spiced Burgers

Ingredients

  • 2 boxes Fry’s Traditional Burgers 
  • Seed mix (of your choices – such as sunflower, sesame and poppy seeds) 
  • 1 white onion, sliced 
  • Olive oil 
  • Salt and pepper 
  • 4 health rolls (of your choice)

These improved Traditional & Spiced burgers will be in the frozen section of major retailers from the end of July and early August at the recommended retail price of R46.99 per pack.

For the Avo and Peppadew Salsa

  • 2 avocados 
  • 12 Peppadews, thinly sliced 
  • A handful of fresh coriander, chopped 
  • Salt and freshly cracked black pepper

To Serve

  • 1 red onion, sliced 
  • cucumber, sliced into ribbons using a veggie peeler 
  • radishes, thinly sliced

Method

  • Light the braai.
  • Toast the seed mix in a dry pan until golden and fragrant.
  • Fry the white onion slices in a little oil in a hot pan until golden and crispy. Season.
  • Brush each Fry’s Traditional Burger patty with olive oil and braai over hot coals until golden.
  • Slice the rolls in half, brush with olive oil and toast until golden.

For the Avo and Peppadew Salsa

Using a fork, mash one avocado into a smooth paste. Chop the second avocado into rough chunks. Add the avocado chunks, peppadews and coriander to the mashed avocado. Season.

To Serve

Place cucumber ribbons and radish on the bottom half of a roll. Top with a Fry’s Traditional Burger patty, red onion slices and a second Burger patty. Top with avo salsa, fried onion and a sprinkling of the toasted seed mix. Season and cover with the top half of the roll.

Fry’s Traditional Burger was the first meat-free burger that Wally and Debbie Fry developed. These plant-based patties are chunky and delicious, with an authentic texture and chargrilled pattern.

Find The Fry Family Food Co. improved versions of their Traditional and Spiced Burgers in the frozen section of major retailers from the end of July and early August at the recommended retail price of R46.99 per pack.

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