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Scooby Doo Aubergine & Mozzarella Burgers

Aubergine & Mozzarella Scooby Doo Burgers

Baker Street’s take on the Scooby Doo Burger. This vegetarian burger will be a firm favourite at your next BBQ or family dinner.

25 minutesServes 4
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Inspired by the Scooby Doo Burger, these Aubergine & Mozzarella Burgers work well for barbecues and everyday meals for the family.

And is a great vegetarian meal idea if you’re looking for some creative inspiration that is easy to make.

We’ve decided to leave out the chocolate sauce out of our version, unlike the classic Scooby Doo Burger. But if you’re tempted to try it, let us know if it works! 

For more burger recipe inspiration, head to Baker Street’s Instagram page or take a look at our Recipes section on the website.

To make a vegan alternative

Make sure you use slices of vegan cheese instead for your Scooby Doo Burger, and most teriyaki sauces are vegan but check the bottle to make sure.


  • 4 Baker Street Burger Buns 
  • 2 tbsps olive oil 
  • 4 tbsps teriyaki sauce 
  • 1 large aubergine, sliced into 8 slices
  • 8 slices mozzarella cheese
  • 1 tomato, sliced 
  • 1 lettuce 


  1. Brush each side of the sliced aubergine pieces (about 1 cm thick) with the teriyaki sauce and place on a plate when ready to cook.
  2. If you’re cooking these on the BBQ, place on a the barbeque and cook for about 5-10 minutes on each side. Add the Baker Street Burger Buns to the BBQ for the last couple of minutes to toast them. 
  3. If you’re frying these burgers, heat 1 tbsp of olive oil in a pan on a medium-high heat and fry on each side for about 10 minutes. You may want to add the extra tbsp of olive oil to the pan when you cook in the pan, as the aubergine may absorb all the oil quite quickly. 
  4. While the aubergine slices are frying in a pan, pre-heat your oven to 200°C, 180°C Fan, or Gas Mark 6, place your burger buns on a baking tray and heat up for approximately 3 minutes or until they are nicely browned, and the flesh is soft. 
  5. Once the aubergine slices and burger buns are cooked, it’s time to assemble your burger. Place a couple of lettuce leaves on the bottom of your burger bun, stack a cooked aubergine slice on top followed by a slice of mozzarella cheese (you can use cheddar if you prefer) 
  6. Repeat this step once more.  
  7. Add a tomato slice and your favourite sauce on top, before popping the burger bun lid on.