Christmas Burger & Mini Roast Potatoes | Zanussi Fakeaway | AD

*This post was created in Partnership with Zanussi, and I was gifted this oven, however, all thoughts and opinions are honest and my own.*

Can you believe that we are in December already? I really don't know where this year has gone! Have you seen that I am partnering with Zanussi UK on their Fakeaways campaign? I am the 'Queen of the Fakeaway' after all!

I have already shared a delicious Chilli Beef Fakeaway Recipe and Chicken Katsu Curry that I created with my Zanussi AirFry oven, and to celebrate December I am sharing this special Christmas themed Fakeaway!

My Extra Special Christmas Burger and Mini Roasties!

Christmas Burger & Mini Roast Potatoes | Zanussi Fakeaway | AD

A turkey burger with crispy red onions, stuffing, pig in blanket, cranberry sauce, and delicious, crispy AirFry mini roast potatoes!!

Zanussi provides clever, simple, solutions for ease of use and enjoyment at home, and it is with great excitement that I can say that I have partnered up with them to share some brand new Fakeaway recipes, which I created using their Zanussi ZOPNA7X1 oven with AirFry technology. 

Christmas Burger & Mini Roast Potatoes | Zanussi Fakeaway | AD

Gone are the days where I need to store a big, bulky extra air frying unit. The Zanussi oven has it all built-in one. This makes life so much easier and is perfect for making your own Fakeaways. 

Christmas Burger & Mini Roast Potatoes | Zanussi Fakeaway | AD

The AirFry technology is literally PERFECT for making the easiest and crispiest roast potatoes I've ever made! No need to parboil the potatoes either, and were ready in just 40 mins.

As well as the roasties, the perforated tray helped create delicious crispy red onions to go at the bottom of my burger.

Turkey Christmas Burger & Mini Roasties Recipe

Christmas Burger & Mini Roast Potatoes | Zanussi Fakeaway | AD

Recipe makes enough for 4 burgers

Calories: 488 per serving

You will need:

For the Turkey Burger:

450g low-fat turkey mince
2 cloves garlic, crushed
1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
salt & pepper
1/2 tsp smoked paprika
1/2 tsp dried sage

For the mini roasties:

3 large potatoes, peeled
1 teaspoon garlic powder 
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1 stock cube, crumbled up
large pinch of salt & pepper 
low-calorie cooking spray

Crispy Onions:

1 large red onion
Low-calorie cooking spray
1 tsp balsamic vinegar

To serve with the burger:

Stuffing (Made up as per pack instructions)
Pig in blanket (Wrap low-fat sausage with streaky bacon)
Cranberry Sauce
Roll of your choice


For best results, use the Zanussi oven. Otherwise, you could use any Air fryer instead. Alternatively, try my other roast potato recipe.

Preheat Zanussi oven to 190 degrees on the AirFry setting or 200 degrees fan.

To prepare your mini roasties, cut your peeled potatoes into small roast potato shapes. 

Add them to a bowl and spray generously with low-calorie cooking spray. Add the garlic powder, onion powder, crumbled up stock cube and a generous amount of salt and pepper in with the potatoes. Mix well until all the potatoes are covered in the oil spray and the seasoning.

Lay them out onto the AirFry Tray, put in the centre of the oven and set the timer for 40 minutes. 
Meanwhile, chop up the red onion into small slices. Drizzle with the balsamic and some low-calorie spray. These will be added for the last 20 minutes of cooking. 

Prepare the burgers by mixing all the ingredients together with your hands, and shaping them into a burger shape.

You can either add these into the oven for 30 minutes using the AirFry to get a crispy outside, or you can fry them in a pan until cooked all the way through. 

Add the onions for the last 20 minutes of cooking. 

Prepare the stuffing and pig in blanket ready to serve.

When the roasties and red onions are ready, remove the tray from the oven.

I added the onions on the bottom, then the turkey burger, stuffing, pig in blanket and cranberry.


For best results, use the Zanussi AirFry oven. If you don't have one, you could use any air fryer instead.

Calories may vary depending on the extras you use to serve the dish, and should be used for guidance only.