Eggs Benedict Burgers
Eat Breakfast For Dinner
Stuff each burger with frozen egg
- 1 lb.
- 1 tbsp.
Club House La Grille Steakhouse Onion Burger Seasoning
- 2 tsp.
- 2 tsp.
- 1 tbsp.
- 1 cup
of Hollandaise Sauce
- 4 small
eggs, frozen in small ramekins
slices of peameal bacon
- 4 large
- your favorite toppings for serving
Freeze eggs in ramekins the night before. Use ramekins that are the same size as the stuffing press inside your burger press.
Pull the eggs out of the freezer and set aside. In a large bowl, combine the beef, seasonings, and Worcestershire sauce. Mix with your hands, and don't forget to use the coldest beef you possibly can. Using the Napoleon burger press, form the meat into 4 patties, creating a space for the egg using the Napoleon Burger Press Kit. Place the frozen egg into the meat, then seal the top with more meat, ensuring all edges are thoroughly sealed. Chill the burgers for at least 1 hour before starting the grill so the eggs will thaw.
While the patties are chilling, make the Hollandaise sauce and keep warm.
Butter the buns and toast them in the last two minutes of grilling the burgers.
Assemble your Eggs Benedict Burgers with bacon and your favorite toppings, then drench it all in hollandaise sauce.
Top with Hollandaise
So messy but worth it
You may need to cut it in Half
Breakfast for dinner never tasted as good
as these Eggs Benedict Burgers.
Delightfully messy, there was no better way to celebrate #NationalHamburgerDay
than with one of these, except maybe eating a burger that matched my
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