• 410 g can Wattie's Chunky Beetroot
  • 85 g pkt boysenberry jelly
  • 2 tsp cider or white wine vinegar

  • Kiwi Burger Subs
  • 600 g box Wattie's Steakhouse Burgers Cheese
  • 432 g can pineapple rings in juice, drained
  • 6 long rolls
  • 6 lettuce leaves
  • 2 tomatoes, sliced
  • 1 ½ cups coleslaw

1. Drain Wattie’s Chunky Beetroot and reserve liquid. Place boysenberry jelly crystals in a bowl and pour over 3/4 cup boiling water, stir to dissolve, add reserved beetroot juice and cider vinegar, stir to combine and set aside to cool for 15 minutes.

2. Mix in beetroot and pour into 2 1/2 cup capacity non-metallic mould, refrigerate overnight or until set. Serve with salad greens.

Kiwi Burger Subs

1. Place frozen Wattie’s Original Steakhouse Cheese Burgers on a preheated lightly oiled grill or hot plate, barbecue over a moderate heat for 4 minutes on each side. Cut each burger in half. Grill pineapple rings and toast rolls on barbecue.

2. Spread mayonnaise on rolls place lettuce in each roll and layer2-3 tomato slices, burgers, grilled pineapple and coleslaw. Serve immediately.

Made With

Chunky Beetroot

Wattie’s Beetroot has long been a Kiwi favourite, grown with pride in the the rich soil of the Hawke’s Bay and harvested at their peak.

Rate and Review

6 Ratings Kiwi Burger Subs with Beetroot Jelly

Reviews (6)

Lesley-Ann's Review | Rating

Seriously Good

Carla's Review | Rating

Wow the old beetroot jelly brings back memories... bbq's at Gran's and cricket in the sun, long live the Kiwi summer!!

sue's Rating
Jenny's Review | Rating

Very tasty not dry, lovely with pineapple rings and beetroot in. Remind me I was young girl , use beetroot relish spread long bun.

Maria's Review | Rating

Hi there,

would like to know if it's alright to dilute the beetroot juice just to add more texture & thickness, that's how I like it. Not a big fan of jelly.


Dale's Review | Rating

I remember the beetroot jelly well.. my mother-in-law, made it for sunday night teas ! takes me back to good old fashioned kiwi food, no frills, no spices..