Based in Melbourne (Australia) for five years, International Zing Burger is different from all the fast food companies you ever seen. We offer for our customers traditional and gourmet burgers with an emphasis on international flavors, spices and tastes and we will need your help to select the next Zing’s Best Healthy Burger recipe for our menu.
Awareness towards healthy food eating has increased throughout the years and more people are trying to follow this trend. A studied from Australia Institute of Health and Welfare showed that since 1995 the contribution of added sugars, total fat and saturated fat to energy intake has generally decreased.
According to that the industry for healthy food has become an unstoppable trend and it won’t go away any time soon.
Thinking about that, we decided to create new recipes for the International Zing Burger and you will help us to decide which one suits better on our menu. Get ready to become a super chef and be part of our standard menu!!!
We will have three options and to decide what recipe will join the hall of fame of the International Zing Burger Standard Menu, we need you to come and try our Burgers and rate them with the amount of stars you think they deserve on our website.
To make it easy, here it is a explanation about the stars:
|✪||Not so tasty…|
|✪ ✪||Not that bad… could be better|
|✪✪✪✪||Yummy, very tasty!|
|✪✪✪✪✪||Best healthy buger ever!!|
The competition will be between the 1st of May and the 30th of June. May the games begin!
How to introduce healthy food daily in your life.
If you want to start a healthy eating, here’s some tips for you to substitute some products and make your meal healthy and tasty!
200 g lean beef mince
1 onion, one quarter finely chopped, the rest thinly sliced
1 carrot, grated
1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
2 tbs breadcrumbs
to taste pepper, to taste
spray olive or canola oil spray
2 wholemeal or wholegrain rolls
2 tbs salt-reduced tomato sauce, optional
4 leaves lettuce
4 slices canned beetroot
1 tomato, sliced
1/2 avocado, sliced
1 – In a medium bowl, add the mince, the finely chopped quarter of the onion, half the grated carrot, the Worcestershire sauce, breadcrumbs and a good crack of pepper. Mix, and use hands to shape into two patties about 2 cm thick. Put in the fridge for at least 20 minutes to firm up.
2 – Meanwhile, heat up a frypan and or BBQ and spray with a little oil. Cook the sliced onions on medium heat, stirring often, till golden (at least 5 minutes). Remove onions from the pan.
3 – Spray the pan with a little more oil and cook the patties on high heat for about 4 minutes each side, until nicely browned and cooked all the way through.
4 – Slice open the rolls, spread the bottom slice with a small amount of tomato sauce (if using), and stack the lettuce, beetroot, patties, onions, tomato, avocado and leftover carrot on top.
5- Go for it!