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Lasagne-Bun Burger

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The only possible way that this burger would make nutritional sense is if you were about to run a marathon. Maybe two. For this is carb-loading taken to the extreme.

Famed Philadelphia restaurant PYT have announced a new 'burger of the week', and it's truly calorific.

The bun is comprised of two thick slices of deep-fried mozzarella & ricotta lasagna. Yes, you read that right. Sandwiched between them is a meatball-seasoned juicy beef patty, with the whole thing topped with provolone and house made marinara. Just in case you were running low on carbs, it's served with Italian-Parm fries.

The creation follows hot on the heels of previous triumphs from PYT, including the Taco made of bacon and the Christmas Dinner burger. If there's an unusually high rate of heart attacks in the Philly area, the authorities will know who to blame.

Image: PYT

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