Tomato Burgers

Well, they are not burgers, just stuffed tomatoes. But Ben insists on calling them “tomato burgers”.

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This is not an actual recipe – we were just improvising:)


Beef mince

Two eggs


Cooked kidney beans



Onion, garlic, thyme, chili flakes, soy sauce, cheese pieces

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Mix eggs, breadcrumbs, kidney beans, chilli flakes, chopped garlic and thyme

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Add soy sauce

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Add mince

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Ben had a bit of a struggle trying to fit it all in:)

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So decided to move the mixture to a bigger bowl

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add spinach

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Mix it all together

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Scoop the tomato flesh out  and stuff them with the mixture. We didn’t have enough tomatoes, so we also made little “boats” using chinese leafs.


Brush the tray with butter, preheat the oven to 180C

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Don’t forget to add cheese!

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Bake for about half an hour or until cooked through. We’ve also boiled some new potatoes and add some fresh cucumbers.


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