Burger sounds great, lasagne might sound even better – but what about a slice of lasagne deep fried and whacked on a burger bun?
If this sounds right up your street, you’ll soon be able to find the unusual dish at The Corner, in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent.
This belly-busting 1,500 calorie snack is the latest in a series of crazy specials.
Teasing the launch of their brand new deep fried lasagne burger, the restaurant posted a photo of the burger’s cross section, with béchamel sauce oozing out of the middle.
The new menu item comes as the venue prepares to reopen after the pandemic, which will see crazy new specials created by owner Ant Turner every month.
On why he created the deep fried lasagne burger, he simply replied: “Why not? We’ve done a deep fried grilled cheese sandwich before, which went down really well, as well as some challenges like the one metre burrito and a hot wing challenge.
“We’re going to be offering changing monthly specials coming out of the pandemic, and this will be the first!”
The Corner also created a burger-inspired by Staffordshire’s local delicacy, the oatcake.
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The deep fried lasagne burger will cost £14, served with a side of fries and homemade coleslaw, at a total of around 1,500 calories.
It’s made using a regu that takes four hours, with a homemade bechamel sauce.
Ant added: “I just make as many layers as possible and then finish by topping it with lots of mozzarella!”
Do you think you could finish the deep fried lasagne burger?