2For the burger, place everything into a food processor and pulse until it comes together, keep some texture.
3Portion into patties and fry on high heat briefly on both sides with a little oil — this is an important step to get a lot of moisture out of your patties. Set aside to cool for 10 minutes.
4Lay out your puff pastry and roll a little to flatten. Place a round of cabbage and a burger patty at the bottom, then stack it with a tomato slice and a couple rounds of onion, (Simon adds a second burger patty in here — but that's your call!), then a round of beetroot, and finally 2 slices of cheese. Gently lay another sheet of pastry over top, fold the edges together with the bottom pastry layer, and brush the pastry with 1 teaspoon of oil.
5Bake in the oven for 30–35 minutes or until puffed and golden.
6Slice it in half to serve — alongside tomato sauce and mustard or any dip of your choosing!
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