Easter is almost here, which means that many are already thinking about the delicious lamb dishes they will be enjoying. Burger King is also thinking about that, so it's just introduced the Lamb Flatbread Burger.
Available only for a limited time and only in the UK, the new burger is every meat lover's wildest dream, since it promises an exotic combination of lamb and mint yogurt sauce.
For more savor, the usual buns have been replaced by flatbread, seasoned with rosemary, the Huffington Post
If it sounds appealing, residents in the UK can already rush out to the next Burger King place and have a taste: the new burger is already available.
“The burgers are served on a rosemary flatbread, rather than a bun, and are topped with 'spices, crisp salad, chilli ketchup and mint yoghurt sauce.' Exotic!” the Post writes.
“The ads for the Burger King Lamb Flatbread Burger prominently feature the words '1st Time Ever,' a nod to the idea that this is the first time a major fast food chain has marketed a burger made of lamb,” adds the same report.
At the same time, considering how the price of lamb has practically exploded in recent years, there's reason to believe Burger King won't be turning the Lamb Flatbread Burger into a regular.
There's also the question of its calorie content to consider: the new lamb burger packs a serious punch, with 708 calories, which is double the amount of a standard cheeseburger, which has just 325 calories.
If this were a competition, it would even beat the Big Mac from McDonald's, which comes in at 490 calories, or its bigger, tougher and unhealthier brother from Burger King, the Whopper, which has 651 calories.
Should you consider enjoying the Lamb Flatbread Burger with soda and fries, while also taking care of your figure, we might suggest skipping them.