Holy moly, you're gonna be in love! This is quite possibly the most deliciously clever recipe that I've ever reinvented. I am currently feeling proud as a momma bird while I enjoy a tummy full of this yumminess! The classic hamburger bun is replaced with two slices of raw celeriac--which as it turns out, was a stroke of pure inspiration. If you're craving a burger, this recipe will hit the spot in all the right ways. Feel free to add your personal favourite toppings.
Mix 100-150g raw ground beef mince with a dash of salt and pepper. Form into a patty and bake in the oven at 180 degrees C/375 F for about 15 minutes until your desired level of done-ness. (You can also cook the burger in a sautée pan on the stove, if you prefer.)
Cut two 1-cm slices from a celeriac bulb and trim the edges off of both, leaving just a round white disc that is about the same diameter as your burger. I love it raw, but if desired, add the discs to the oven for 5-10 minutes to warm through and soften just a bit.
When the burger is cooked, place a celeriac disc on a plate, add the burger patty, layer it with things like avocado slices, tomato, and lettuce, and finish off by placing the other celeriac disc on top. I also spread a spicy harissa paste inside the bun, which was super tasty, but you might like mustard or another condiment.