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What Makes the Byron Bay Burger the Meatiest Meatless Burger You've Ever Tasted?

When we set out to design the Byron Bay Burger we had a clear objective – create a plant-based, 100% vegan ethical burger that didn’t compromise on taste, texture or ingredients.  We wanted to create something that would appeal to vegans, vegetarians and red-blooded carnivores!

It wasn’t easy – we had to look all round the world to find the ingredients to make our burgers – but once you bite into one, we think you’ll agree it was worth the effort!

Each burger patty contains 17g of plant protein and 2g of dietary fibre (twice as much as a conventional meat patty).

But never mind the facts and figures.   Let’s just get those Byron Bay Burgers cooking and let them do their thing!!!

As soon as you drop one of our amazing burger patties onto a hot grill you hear it starting to sizzle and release its delicious aromas – and the outside will soon brown and caramelise just like a proper burger should.

After a few minutes of sizzle time each side, pop it into your favourite bun (or – if you’re super hungry, why not load the bun up with two patties!) and add a layer of tomatoes, onion, sliced avo, burger relish and mayo (preferably vegan!).   It goes really well with wasabi mayo or garlic aioli.

Then just chow down and enjoy with some chunky chips and a glass of your favourite tipple!

The Byron Bay Burger – “The meatiest meatless burger you’ve ever tasted!”

Preparing and Cooking your Byron Bay  Burgers

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Cooking your Byron Bay Burger is just like cooking a traditional meat burger.  Unlike some plant-based burgers, the Byron Bay Burger comes raw – but only takes a few minutes to prepare.

Step 1.   Heat up a frying pan on your stovetop.  Add a tiny drop of oil but you don’t need much.

Step 2.  Once the pan is nice and hot, drop the patties into the pan.  As they’re raw they will be a little soft but they’ll firm up on the heat.

Now you can start prepping your buns.   A good layer of lettuce, tomato, onion, mayo, and avo are all great but -hey – it’s your burger – you go with what you fancy!

Step 3.  After 3-4 minutes flip the patties over and let them cook on the other side for the same length of time.

Step 4.  Put the patties in the bun, finish with a layer of relish and serve.

Step 5.  There is no step 5!  Unless you count the washing up, but let’s leave that for later!

Tip:  If you have a sandwich press you can cook both sides at once!  

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One we prepared (and ate) earlier!

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Contact

Big Owl Foods has been specialising in the creation of delicious vegan food since 2017!

2/70 Centennial Cct, Byron Bay NSW 2481, Australia
+61 2 4017 0145

info@byronbayburger.com.au
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2/70 Centennial Cct, Byron Bay, NSW 2481

Office 1

2/70 Centennial Cct, Byron Bay, NSW 2481