All the kids love them, but if you prepare them you won't forget to accompany them with a special side dish like Mickey Mouse The Croccomagias!
A plate colorful, delicious and tasty, perfect for a special lunch, a picnic in the park or even as a menu for a birthday party. When children are proposed sandwich with hamburger it's always a guaranteed success!
The preparation does not require much time or great cooking skills, the important thing is choose fresh and quality ingredients, and follow our recipe step by step to help you prepare delicious turkey and zucchini-based burgers, so in addition to meat, children will not be able to say no to vegetables this time!
To make the menu even more fun and cheerful, they think the Pizzoli Croccomagias, a side dish that certainly the little ones will appreciate. Crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside, the Croccomagie are the only potato croquettes approved by Mickey Mouse and born from the partnership between Pizzoli & Disney. To bring them to the table, all you need is a baking sheet covered with parchment paper and 20 minutes available and you're done.
Now there's really nothing left, the fun can begin!
For 4 people
Preparation time: 25 minutes
Difficulty level: medium
340 g of Croccomagie Pizzoli
4 milk rolls
a small cluster tomato
200 g of minced turkey meat
80 g of zucchini
4 leaves of a heart of salad froths
a bunch of basil
120 g of Greek yogurt
an untreated lemon
extra virgin olive oil
Place the Croccomagie Pizzoli in a baking pan lined with baking paper and bake in a preheated oven at 180 ° for 20 minutes.
Peel the courgette, wash it and grate it with a grater with large holes. Squeeze it lightly and mix it in a bowl with the minced turkey meat, a pinch of salt, the beaten egg and 4 chopped basil leaves.
Carefully mix the ingredients, divide the mixture into 4 portions of the same weight and form 4 burgers slightly larger than the diameter of the sandwiches.
Grease a non-stick pan with a teaspoon of oil and cook the mini burgers for 5 minutes, turning them on both sides.
Mix the yogurt with the grated rind of half a lemon and 4 chopped basil leaves.
Wash the tomato and cut it into slices, wash and dry the salad leaves as well.
Cut the sandwiches in half and lightly toast them on the cut side, spread them with the yoghurt cream, continue adding the chopped salad, a slice of tomato and a mini burger, and reassemble the sandwiches and serve with the hot Croccomagie.
Enjoy your meal, both young and old!