If you’ve wondered how to make egg-in-a-hole burgers, give it a try! The recipe is easier than you might think. If you and your family can always appreciate a great burger, make sure you try cooking this egg in a hole burger recipe for an exciting twist.
Your whole family will love this recipe. At four serving sizes, it makes the perfect family meal. If you think anyone will want more than one, you can always double the recipe, too.
Sometimes, the best burgers have something unexpected on them. Using an egg on a burger is a great combination. The smokiness of the beef mixed with the runny egg makes for a delicious bite! Your family won’t be able to get enough of these once you serve them at home. At about 60 grams of protein per serving, this dish is the perfect way to fuel your family up for the next day. Whether it’s a regular school or work day or the day of a big game, they’ll be ready to tackle anything!
If you’re interested in making homemade egg-in-a-hole burgers, look through our recipe below!
- Make a sriracha mayo. Combine the mayonnaise, sriracha or other hot sauce, lime juice, and a little salt and pepper. Set it aside.
- In a large skillet, cook the bacon evenly on both sides until it’s crispy, about eight to 10 minutes. Move the bacon to a plate lined with paper towels and let it dry. Drain the bacon grease from the skillet, but don’t wipe it clean.
- Form the beef into three patties. Using a small glass, cut a hole in the center of each patty. With the extra meat, form the fourth patty. Season the patties on both sides with salt and black pepper — you should be generous with the seasoning.
- Heat the skillet on medium-high and add the butter. Wait until the butter has melted and then add the beef patties. Cook the burgers for two minutes, then flip them to the other side.
- Crack an egg into the center of each patty. Cover the skillet and cook the burgers until the whites of the eggs are set.
- Spread the bottom of each burger bun with the mayo blend. Add the burgers to each bun and top them with bacon, lettuce, red onion, tomato, and a slice of cheese.
Using Sauder Eggs for these egg-in-a-hole burgers takes them up a notch. We source our eggs from trusted farmers who produce the highest-quality eggs. You never have to worry when you’re serving Sauder Eggs to your family. Use our store locator to find the grocer nearest you with our eggs today.