A burger can be made of two patties with vegetables and fruits in between – no buns. I saw this idea on television. It was popularized by a fast food chain I cannot remember.
I made my own bunless burger but I never used meat of any kind. I used tokwa instead. Perhaps you never needed to read the rest if you know how to make chicken nuggets.
Get tokwa blocks. Divide it to three parts using a thin sharp knife. Handle it with care, tofu breaks easily.
Coat the tokwa slice with flour, dip it in beaten egg and roll on bread crumbs. Do the same for the rest.
Deep fry in oil over a low heat flame until golden brown. Place in a strainer or on a clean towel to drain off excess oil.
The best part. Get one tokwa patty. Place slices of crunchy ripe tomatoes and slices of apples on top. Get another patty and place it on fruit slices.
I went to plaza to deposit my wife’s check and get my monthly earnings from Western Union. I parked my car (an owner type jeep) near the town plaza and take a 10 minutes walk to rural bank. Took another 10 minutes walk to Western Union.
I felt hungry and dropped by a near Minute Burger stall. I ordered a bigger double minute burger, the smaller won’t suppress my angry stomach. The burger is buy-one take-one so I get an extra burger to take home. All their burgers are buy-one take-one, any order chosen will be duplicated except for drinks.
If my memory serves me right, their name Minute Burger is part of their advertisement. Any order will be given before one minute is over. I placed my order at 3:25 pm and I got it at 3:32, a total of 7 minutes waiting time. Its really hard to beat the one minute time frame especially when customers are filing up. The same one minute order marketing strategy by McDonalds never lasted.
Their burger is good and I gonna by again next time. Ooopss! I forgot to asked if they are really open 24 hours a day.