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Ingredients (makes 6 Charcoal Turkey Burger Monsters)

  • 6 Charcoal Brioche Buns
  • 6 Ingham's Summer Turkey Burgers (or Rissoles if you have smaller buns)
  • 1/4 bunch Rocket or Baby Spinach
  • 2 Tomatoes
  • 6 Cheese Slices
  • 3 tbsp Tomato Sauce
  • 2 tbsp Honey
  • 2 tbsp Tamari (or Dark Soy Sauce)
  • 1 tbsp Olive Oil

Method

  1. Make a marinade of the honey, tamarind and olive oil and soak the Ingham's Turkey Burgers or Rissoles for a minimum of 15 minutes.
  2. Slice the Charcoal Buns in half, slice the tomatoes into rounds and create your Cheese 'teeth' but trimming the cheese slice.
  3. Ideally cook your burgers on the barbecue (because you're aiming for burgers as black as you can - just don't burn them). Alternatively pan fry or you can grill.
  4. Cover the burgers in foil for 5 minutes after cooking to rest.
  5. Assemble as per our photo - a small squirt of tomato sauce on the bottom bun, the rocket or spinach, then the burger or rissole, then a slice of tomato, lots of sauce and then the top half of the bun.
  6. Arrange on a plate and serve with other fun Halloween decorations or treats.

Notes... Oh what fun you'll create for the kids this Halloween with this super easy (and yet so effective) recipe from Ingham's. Also the perfect recipe to give the new Summer Turkey Range from Ingham's a try! Ingham's Turkey Rissoles, Burger and Sausages (all less than 6% fat) available only at Woolworths in the fresh chicken section. Happy Halloween!

  • I’ve never seen black buns before but keen to look out for them now. Thanks

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  • Such a fun & creative idea.

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  • HAHA, these look awesome.

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  • Nope not for me ..not into those buns and I do not like soy or tomato sauce but the idea is awesome.

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  • Looks like a lot of fun to eat and I love the different ingredients that make this whole dish come together

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  • The black buns look so cool. Love the eyeballs.

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  • I love the black buns,must buy some! A fab burger!Thanks!

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  • Really curious to taste these buns, they look burnt, I’m guessing that’s not how they taste


    • I was thinking the same thing, would it taste burnt or just like normal buns?

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  • Now these look creative and scary, agh!

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  • Whilst these look great, I’m not saying they look good enough to eat!!! I have not tried the charcoal buns yet. I’ve seen them at my Coles bakery, but my son was horrified at the thought of them!

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  • where do you get charcoal brioche buns from?

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  • Wow these look so cute! Way too cute to eat

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  • out of all the Halloween recipes posted to Mouth of Mum’s this by far is my favourite

    I love your creativity – thank you so much for sharing an awesome idea!

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  • They look awesome. Creative

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  • They look awesome. Very creative

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