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This time on A Hamburger Tuesday, we're showing off four homemade burgers from the AHT community, including two topped with eggs and a few others with interesting alternatives to traditional buns. Scroll down to see what your fellow burger lovers have been up to.
Chris made this burger with freshly ground beef seasoned with Dijon, salt, pepper, and Worcestershire sauce. The patty, grilled medium-rare, sits on top of crispy bacon strips and is topped with cheddar, cucumber, and a dollop of his homemade Chipotle BBQ sauce. On top of all that, there's a sunny-side up egg. Read more on smokomotivebbq.
Eggs benedict was the inspiration for this burger from Dax. It features a ground chuck patty topped with Nueske's Canadian bacon and an over easy egg slathered in hollandaise sauce. In keeping with the benny theme, the bun is an english muffin. More photos and the recipe are on simplecomfortfood.com.
Sue says this burger was inspired by the "epically delicious" biscuits and jam at Red Bread in Culver City, California. The 1/2-pound patty made from fresh ground grass fed beef is seasoned with salt and pepper and fried in bacon fat over high heat on a cast iron skillet for maximum crustiness. Toppings include wild baby arugula and homemade Early Girl tomato jam. The bun is a buttered buttermilk biscuit.
Jenn submitted a photo of her homemade version of the Mac Attack burger, a burger with breaded and fried macaroni and cheese "buns" popularized by Rockit Burger Bar in Chicago. Her recipe is a faster and easier version of the original recipe. Find it on her blog, Kirbie's Cravings.
Want to share your homemade burgers on AHT? We want to see them! To get into the Thanksgiving spirit, this week's theme is turkey burgers. Head over here for turkey burger inspiration »
Not into turkey burgers? We've got plenty of other resources to give you ideas. Check out our 2013 Serious Eats Guide to Grilling Burgers, browse our burger recipes, or get cooking tips from The Burger Lab. Or, put your own spin on a burger you've seen in the reviews. We're taking submissions for next week's A Hamburger Tuesday until the end of the week.
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