Serving Size 1 Sandwich
Total Fat 33.5g
Total Carbs 37.2g
Dietary Fiber 6g
- Start by frying up some bacon in a pan. You will only need 2 slices for the recipe, but you might as well make more. In fact, you should just cook all the bacon you have in your house because then you can refrigerate it and leisurely eat it throughout the week when you want.
- While the bacon is frying, prepare your burger patty by pressing it into a circle then cutting out the inside to create the hole you need for your egg.
- Now that our pan is full of bacon grease, we can use that to fry our hashbrown patty. Let it pan fry for about 2 minutes per side or until golden hash brown.
- Now I tried several techniques here to get my egg cooked right. When you place your burger on the grill, depending on thickness because the egg cooks much faster I would recommend cooking one side entirely, flipping it and then adding the egg. That is if you like yours over easy / over medium.
- At the same time, grill up your bread with a slice of Swiss & Mozzarella cheese. Cheese types are completely optional.
- While grilling your bread / cheese you can start placing stuff on the bread / cheese while it's grilling. I put on the hash brown patty and then squirted some ketchup & hot sauce on it.
- Then I added the burger patty and bacon, closed it up with the top grilled cheese bread thing and cut it in half. If I were to go this again I would have waiting to crack my egg until I flipped my burger that way it would have not over cooked. I am upset about this mostly because I ate it and wanted a runny egg. To those with different preferences you may want to cook the egg longer, but that's how you learn.
Disclaimer: Nutrition Facts are estimated through MyFitnessPal and should act as a general guideline and in no way represent any actual facts.