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The EGG Burger

OK so this is not so much of a recipe post but a gallery of a quick idea we came across on the web and just had to try. If you like your burger with an egg…why not try putting the EGG inside the Burger!

Below you will find the step by step pictures to making this interesting egg burger. Simpley use good quality ground beef (season it as required- or just with salt and pepper).

One tip for next time…make the burger pattie a little bit bigger since a. it shrinks when cooking and  the egg takes more space in the middle. The end result is a homogenisation of the egg and beef which all comes together when combined with the cheese and condiments.


Beef with "built in" Egg
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Like egg on your beef-burger? Try making the egg part of the burger
  • Ground Beef
  • 1 Egg
  • Burger Buns or brioche burger buns
  • Burger toppings (cheese, ketchup, mustard etc etc)
  1. First form the beef patties either with a press or just roughly Form the burger pattie
  2. Use a jar top or just cut a hole in the middle Cut a hole in the middle of the burger Cut a hole in the middle of the burger
  3. Preheat a skillet until very hot
  4. Grill the burger on a hot skillet pan for around 1 minute, then reduce the heat on the skillet Grill the burger pattie first on a high heat
  5. Add the egg in the middle and cook for around 1-2 minutes (cover with a lid so that the steam cooks the egg) Add the egg gently to the centre of the pattie
  6. Flip and continue cooking on a higher heat until cooked Flip the egg burger and continue to cook
  7. Top with cheese top the egg burger with cheese
  8. Assemble your burger as normal and enjoy Prepare your egg burger in a brioche bun
  9. A burger with an egg in the middle
The egg needs around 3 minutes to be slightly runny in the middle but well cooked otherwise



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