Breakfast at Tiffany's Burgers #SundayFunday
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Today our #SundayFunday group is hosted by Sue who invited us to make breakfast for supper!
We love breakfast around here! Eggs and toast, cereal, pancakes, oatmeal, etc. - all have been made and enjoyed at dinner time. Today I thought I'd take a dinner item and "breakfast-ify" it! I love eggs on burgers. If I'm in the mood for a burger when we're eating out (not that we have been doing any of that in awhile), I will inevitably find the burger that comes with a fried egg on top. But this isn't just a fried egg topped burger. It's the whole breakfast platter - and a burger patty!
This is a lot of rich food - you can easily share one of these with someone else (or at least I found that I could)! It was delicious though, and a fun way to smash dinner and breakfast together in one very filling meal!
Sunday Funday: Breakfast for Supper
- Baked Grits with Sausage Gravy from Food Lust People Love
- Breakfast at Tiffany's Burgers from Making Miracles
- Breakfast Spelt and Oats Muffins from Cook with Renu
- Egg & Bacon Sandwich (Homemade Egg McMuffin) from Amy's Cooking Adventures
- Eggplant Shakshuka from A Day in the Life on the Farm
- Famous Breakfast Burritos (copycat Lucky Boy) from Karen's Kitchen Stories
- Shrimp and Grits from Palatable Pastime
- Steamed Rawa /Semolina Balls from Sneha's Recipe
- Zege from Mayuri's Jikoni
Breakfast at Tiffany's Burgers
1 lb ground beef, divided into 3 patties
6 pieces bacon
6 maple flavored sausage links
3 slices gouda cheese
3 Laughing Cow Cheese wedges (or cream cheese)
salt and pepper
3 bagel halves
- Salt and pepper patties on both sides. In a large nonstick skillet, fry the burgers on medium heat, about 3-5 minutes per side, until fried golden and cooked through to your preferred doneness. Top each patty with a slice of cheese, and allow it to begin melting for a minute. Remove patties to a plate and allow cheese to continue melting.
- Meanwhile, cook the sausage link in a separate skillet until golden and cooked all the way through.
- Add bacon to the same skillet as the burgers were in, and cook until crispy (or desired doneness). Remove from pan and set aside to drain on paper towels
- Drain off all but a couple teaspoons of grease. Fry eggs to over medium so yolk are still soft (unless you prefer them cooked to hard) - season lightly with salt and pepper while frying.
- While eggs are cooking, toast the bagel halves. Smear each toasted bagel with a laughing cow wedge or an ounce or two of cream cheese.
- Arrange burger patty on the prepared bagel half, and top with 2 slices of bacon, and two sausage links (slice sausage links vertically so they will lay flat on the burger and not roll). Top everything with a fried egg.
- Serve and enjoy!! (This is incredibly messy, you can eat it with a knife and fork if you prefer like an open face sandwich, or just be prepared to use a few napkins)!
Oh my YUM....my stomach actually growled out loud at this photo.ReplyDelete
That is definitely one huge burger! I'd have to share. But Bill and I have shared lots of dinners when doing pictures of foods usually makes the serving ay too big. We're used to it.ReplyDelete
Sausage AND bacon? Oh my goodness! This sounds amazing. Love the drippy egg and the everything bagel too.ReplyDelete
That's one hearty and filling meal. I'm a huge fan of big breakfasts and love to visit different breakfast places whenever I'm in Canada. Breakfast at Tiffany is on the wish list :)ReplyDelete
This is a nice and a filling breakfastReplyDelete