Ingredients15 m servings 663 cals
- Place the bread in a toaster set to your desired level of darkness. Heat a skillet over medium-high heat. Fry the hamburger patty for about 5 minutes per side, until cooked through. While the patty is cooking, spread mayonnaise on one side of each piece of toasted bread and place them on a plate, mayonnaise side up.
- Once the patty is cooked through, transfer it to one slice of bread. Crack the egg into the skillet and fry until the yolk is firm, about 3 minutes if you cover the pan. Place the egg onto the patty when done and top with a slice of cheese. Top with the other slice of bread. When finished, it should look like a sandwich.
Per Serving: 663 calories; 45.3 g fat; 26.3 g carbohydrates; 35.8 g protein; 304 mg cholesterol; 936 mg sodium. Full nutrition
ReviewsRead all reviews 58
One of my favorite sandwiches!! I melt the cheese on the burger, then put the egg on top - I don't cook it totally firm. It's messy but wonderful. Also good with a grilled chicken breast instead...
Chef Danielson, my hat is off to you. It is so nice to see a young person in the kitchen and your recipe works! It's delicious, but at my age it will have to be a once a year thing or my doctor...
Man friendly for sure. My husband loved this burger. He even asked me to make these for him to take to work. He did request adding bacon next time. I didn't care much for the egg and burger tast...
this is a great tasting burger first experienced it overseas in the navy sauted onions go great with it also
Love this recipe, the egg makes so much of a difference on the hamburger. Adding bacon did bring out more flavor and made it over the top.
Yum. One of my eldest ds' favorite sandwiches - I enjoy it too but rarely indulge. :) I prefer mine on a roll but it's good on toasted bread, too.
This is a once or twice a year burger for me. Throw in some hash browns, bacon, and a little sausage gravy with hot sauce and it rocks. It might just kill you, but it still rocks.