Aussie American Fusion Burger

Introduction: Aussie American Fusion Burger

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Thing’s You’ll Need

  • Ground Chuck
  • Kaiser Rolls
  • Bacon
  • Lettuce
  • Egg
  • Pickled Beetroot
  • Butter
  • Vermont White Cheddar
  • Mayo
  • Sriracha
  • Spices (Black Pepper, Garlic Powder, Sea Salt)

Step 1: Forming the Patties

Tip #1 Do not overwork the ground beef.

First preheat the grill on high heat. Next begin to prepare the produce. Mince garlic and shred lettuce, set aside. Next take the ground chuck and break it up and lay it out on a glass cutting board. Season with black pepper, garlic powder, and top with minced garlic.

Next form the burger patties by balling up the meat and pressing them flat. The patties should be slightly bigger then the rolls.

Step 2: Grilling!

Tip #2 Make sure grill is hot before adding the burgers!

Now place burgers on grill, season with sea salt, and cook for about 5-7 minutes on each side. While burgers are cooking start to fry bacon, and butter the rolls. After flipping the burgers place a generous amount of cheese on top, and also place rolls on the top rack and begin to toast.

Step 3: Assembly

Tip #3 Do not over flip the patties they can easily fall apart.

Once burgers are finished set aside. Once bacon is finished use the same skillet to fry the eggs. Eggs should be cooked over easy for the best flavor. Create the sauce by taking Sriracha and mayo and mixing them up together. Now time to assemble.

Tip #4 When consuming this burger, have a lot of napkins on hand!

Begin by taking the bottom half of roll and slather with Sriracha mayo. Now place shredded lettuce followed by the burger patty. Next add on pickled beetroot, crispy bacon, a perfect over easy egg, and top it off with more Sriracha mayo on the top bun. Serve and Enjoy!!

Step 4: Suggestions


  • Serve with a side of homemade salt and vinegar fries!
  • Great change to any typical burger, just add an egg =)
  • Serve with a cold beer, maybe even a cider.

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    6 years ago

    I tried this a few nights ago, 10 outta freakin' 10! I also found that if you use a circular 'fried egg mould' it keeps it all neat and the yolk won't burst out.
    Just a thought, but when something tastes this good it doesn't matter!
    Thank you for the upload


    8 years ago on Introduction

    That looks great!

    real close to me favorite the x tudo burger....


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Don't mind the bite marks. I ate half of it before I took the picture.

    definitely a bigger burger in yours but more bacon in mine......

    good thing its lunchtime here.