Put the mince into a bowl with salt, pepper, mustard, beer or ale. Scrunch and mix together. Divide the mixture into four and shap into patties about 2,5 cm thick .
Put into the pan with one tablespoon of olive oil. Turning when crispy and golden. Pushing down on them with a fish slice so they're in good contact with the pan.
Place the baps into oven. Put the yoghurt into a small bowl and add a splash of Worcestershire sauce. Stirr and ripple it together. Please try this combination. It really works!
Slice the tomato and gherkins on a nice serving board. I used cherry tomatoes for this recipe.
In te processor, grate the trimmed carrots, cabbage, pear (stalk removed) and peeled red onion. Put the extra virgin olive oil and vinegar into a serving bowl, tip in the grated veg, toss together and season to taste, then mix in the rocket.
Get the baps out of the oven, cut them in half and dollop with ketchup.
Top with slice of tomato and the burges. Let everyone build their own at table.