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For the slaw, mix everything together well and leave for the flavours to develop.
Cook your pancetta slices in a little oil until crispy. Set aside.
For the burger, make sure the frying pan is still hot. Add a little more olive oil and fry the burger, allowing to colour well on the outside and turning a couple of times.
Heat the grill. Remove the burger and leave to rest for a minute.
Toast your brioche bun under the heated grill. Place the burger on a baking sheet, top with a couple of slices of pancetta then a slice of cheese. Pop back under the grill for 30 seconds or so, to melt the cheese.
Stir the coleslaw and add a generous heap to your burger, close the bun and serve immediately