It was build-a-burger night at our house. I made hamburger patties from scratch and lined up an assortment of delicious toppings. My husband and I like different things on our burgers and that’s just fine. We both loved how they turned out.
Lightly mix all ingredients together. Shape into burger patties and cook on a non-stick skillet or griddle for about 10 minutes (5 per side) or until the meat is throughly cooked.
Assemble your burgers using whatever delicious ingredients you desire. I cooked our burgers on the griddle while I cooked up some bacon. My bacon finished first so I wiped away most of the bacon grease from the griddle and used the space to lightly toast our potato buns.
My Delicious Burger: Toasted buns, Mayo, Catchup, Lettuce, Tomato, Burger, and Bacon!
My Husband’s Delicious Burger: Toasted Buns, Mustard, Catchup, Burger, Blue Cheese, Avocado, Tomato, and Bacon!
Here are our two burgers. My burger is on the left and my husband’s burger is on the right. Which one do you like better? I also put blue cheese inside my husband’s burger patty which he loved!
Cook bacon on a griddle. While the bacon is cooking, make your avocado spread if you don’t have some on hand. Butter one side of each piece of bread and set it aside. Prepare the rest of your ingredients so you can assemble the sandwich when the bread is done. Once your bacon is cooked, set it aside on a few paper towels to soak up bacon grease. Wipe down your griddle and “toast” your bread. Once the bread is toasted, it’s time to assemble this monstrous sandwich.
This was a recipe inspired by my husband. He envisioned a pub sausage wrapped in bacon and covered in a biscuit. I used Italian sausages, bacon, cheese, and my biscuit mix to create exactly what he wanted. So, try our sausage n’ bacon roll and let me know what you think of our new creation!
2 Tbs Vegetable Oil
4 Slices of Bacon
2 1/4 c Bisquick
2/3 c Milk
1 c Cheddar Cheese, shredded
Preheat oven to 450°. Heat oil in a skillet over medium heat. Add sausages and brown on all sides. Cover the skillet and cook sausages for about 10 minutes. Meanwhile, mix Bisquick and milk in a bowl. Roll the dough out and create 4 squares that could cover the sausage (size depends on your sausages). Transfer squares to a baking sheet. Spread cheese over each dough square. Back to your sausage. Wrap each sausage in bacon and keep in place with toothpicks. Return the bacon wrapped sausage to the pan and cook until the bacon is well browned and crispy. Once they are ready, remove the toothpicks and place on a dough square. Roll the dough around the sausage and pinch the ends to completely surround the sausage, and bacon, with cheese and dough. Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown. Serve with your choice of condiments. I picked ketchup and my husband had his homemade horseradish mustard.
1 Tbs Milk
1/2 c Turkey, minced
2 Slices Bacon, cooked and crumbled
3 Tbs Blue Cheese, crumbled
1 Tbs Butter (optional)
Heat a skillet over medium heat. I use a non-stick pan but you can use a regular one, just be sure to generously butter it first. Mix eggs and milk in a small bowl. Pour into hot skillet. As it cooks, gently lift up the edges and tilt the skillet to allow the runny egg to get underneath the cooked egg. Lift the edges small sections at a time and work your way around the edge of the skillet. Keep doing this until there is no more runny egg on top.
Place your turkey, bacon and 2 Tbs of the blue cheese on one half of the omelet. Let this sit and continue to cook until the center of your omelet is set (we don’t want raw eggs) and the bottom is nicely browned. Gently fold the omelet so the empty side becomes the top and your bacon and blue cheese is now sandwiched in the middle.
Sprinkle the rest of your blue cheese over the top of the omelet. Once it has melted, your omelet is done. Enjoy!
If you like my omelet, you’ll love my other recipes!