Monday, August 22, 2011

Hamburger steak with onions and egg

After a day of hard training, this recipe from New Yorker By Heart sounded so good that I had to make it. This dish with tomato salad is like an upgraded version of what my husband and I both usually order at old-fashioned-type diners. It's one of the simpler things I've posted on this blog, but I definitely recommend it for an easy dinner. The tomato salad is grape tomatoes and olives tossed with balsamic vinegar mixed with fresh basil pesto.

Serves however many you make

  • Hamburger patties (I used 90% lean grass fed ground beef seasoned with Penzeys Old World seasoning; of course salt and pepper would work too)
  • Egg
  • Onion, sliced or coarsely chopped
  1. Cook the hamburger patties to desired level of doneness in a skillet. Set aside, cover with foil to keep warm.
  2. Cook the onions in the remaining juices, adding a little extra butter or oil if necessary. Set aside.
  3. Cook the eggs in the same pan until cooked but yolk is still runny.
  4. Top each hamburger steak with onions and an egg. Serve with Tabasco or steak sauce, and tomato salad or sliced tomatoes on the side.


Newyorkerbyheart said...

It looks good :-)

Nice touch with adding more spices and Tabasco is definitely good for this dish...

All the best,

AndiWinslow said...

I recently went to a pub for lunch and they had burgers with a fried egg. Had never heard for that. Looks great, nice pic andi

Barefeet In The Kitchen said...

You can not go wrong with an egg on a great burger. This looks perfect to me!

Dan said...

That looks awesome - and since it's without a bun, it's gluten-free as well.

If I'm correct, the "egg on your burger" phenomenon started in Australia or New Zealand, correct?

Pretend Chef said...

This looks so good. I love the spices you added to this. Crave worthy photo too. I am beyond giddy to give this a try since I have all of the ingredients on hand.

Amy said...

Looks great! SCR is turning out to be lots of fun -- so many new recipes to try!

Pretend Chef said...

Gave this a try and it was outstanding. Thank you for sharing the recipe. If you want to check it out and see your shout out here's the link:

Patty H. said...

These sounds really good! I love using Penzey's spices too!

Toby said...

Whenever the idea of a vegetarian or pescarian diet lures me away from eating heavy meat dishes, a recipe like this is the kind of thing that successfully lures me straight back. Looks good, thank you for posting. Toby. My site: Does P90X Work

John Cutler said...

Whenever you have onions that are really strong in flavor. this recipe is awesome, I am going to try tonight.

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