Delicious Angus beef and bacon cheeseburger

Tonight I felt like making a burger for dinner. If only I had some tinned beetroot and pineapple. Oh well, this cheeseburger was pretty good just the same.

I’ve often avoided making my own and going to McDonald’s or Hungry Jacks for a cheeseburger but really they are so easy to make at home and much more enjoyable to eat.

Delicious Angus beef and bacon cheeseburger
Recipe Type: Dinner
Cuisine: Australian
Author: Gary Lum
Ingredients
  • Angus beef burger
  • Bacon
  • Tasty Coon cheese
  • Lettuce
  • Tomato
  • Bread roll
  • Egg
Instructions
  1. Toast the bread roll
  2. Cook the bacon and burger in a frying pan
  3. Fry an egg slowly on low heat
  4. Slice a tomato
  5. Prepare some iceberg lettuce
  6. Butter the bread roll
  7. Layer some lettuce
  8. Add the burger with cheese on top
  9. Layer the bacon on top
  10. Add the slice of tomato
  11. Add the fried egg
  12. Shoot the photograph
  13. Eat the cheeseburger
  14. Wash the dishes
  15. Watch MasterChefAU
  16. Write the recipe
  17. Blog (verb)
Angus beef and bacon cheeseburger with tasty Coon cheese, lettuce and tomato
Angus beef and bacon cheeseburger with tasty Coon cheese, lettuce and tomato

In most hamburger joints the egg would not have a soft runny yolk and would probably be cooked easy over. I can’t help myself though, I love a soft runny sunny side up fried egg.

Angus beef and bacon cheeseburger with tasty Coon cheese, lettuce and tomato
Angus beef and bacon cheeseburger with tasty Coon cheese, lettuce and tomato

This morning I had avocado on toast for breakfast. I smash the avocado with a little olive oil and and some lime juice.

Avocado with a little oil and lime juice on a toasted bread roll
Avocado with a little oil and lime juice on a toasted bread roll

I had some salad for lunch. I like some light leaves, stuffed peppers, olives and smoked salmon.

Monday lunch. Smoked salmon, feta stuffed peppers, olives and spinach leaves and chard
Monday lunch. Smoked salmon, feta stuffed peppers, olives and spinach leaves and chard

Do you like making your own cheeseburger or do you buy them?

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