Can we ever have too most cheese?
Imagine a full burger, done wholly of a stuff.
Yes, forget scanty slices of halloumi, Iceland has combined a whole large halloumi burger patty.
The 90g burger apparently facilities 50% some-more of a tainted Cypriot cheese when compared with alternatives from ASDA, Sainsbury’s and Tesco.
Asda ‘burgers’ are 62.5g each, Sainsbury’s ones weight 50g any and Tesco’s chronicle import 50g.
The Iceland chronicle is also coated in crispy breadcrumbs for some additional crunch.
You can possibly prepare it in a oven or on a BBQ from solidified so it’s ideal to keep in a freezer for those singular balmy days.
The burgers cost £2.50 for dual and they are in stores now.
Serve with a brioche bun and some salad, or if we wish to supersize it, we can try a Iceland triple rolls.
Inspired by a Big Mac from McDonald’s, a singular book buns have an additional bottom so we can smoke-stack dual burgers.
The buns cost 69p for a container of two.
We’re not certain if we unequivocally suggest 180g of halloumi in one sitting though if it’s wish we want, live your dreams.
If you’re feeling adventurous, try one with a new Croll from Lidl.
The Croissant Roll combo costs 49p and launches tomorrow.
It combines a flakiness of a croissant with a preference of a roll.
The bill supermarket recommends carrying it for breakfast or gripping it for putting around your burger – and who pronounced a burger had to be meat.