Guiltless Smokey Steak Burger with a Velvety Soft Fried Egg & Peppery Rocket on a Wholemeal Burger Bun

The stuff Saturday Night dinner dreams are made of. Indulge in a gorgeous juicy burger made with healthy lean steak mince & a silky egg full of protein with some healthy wholemeal carbs to encase it all in, just superb.10 Smartpoints for this glorious burger how good is that! (5sp on No Count) I hope you’re having a Fabulous Saturday Night 
This makes 4 Burgers

For the Burgers:

500g Lean 5% Fat Steak Mince

1/2 White Onion Finely Diced

1/4 Tsp English Mustard

1 Tsp Dried Oregano

1/2 Tsp Smoked Paprika

A Splash of Worcestershire Sauce

Fresh Thyme Leaves

Salt & Black Pepper

To Serve:

Aldi Wholemeal Burger Buns

Fresh Rocket

Sliced Red Onion

Sliced Tomato

4 Eggs Fried in Sprayoil
Mix all the burger ingredients together in a bowl lightly with your hands to thoroughly mix them all without compressing the meat too much or the burgers will be dense. I find with this leanest of minces you do not need any egg or additional binding additions they hold together perfectly well on their own. Divide the mixture into 4 even meatballs & shape into rounds, flattening them down lightly to form 4 burger patties. Spray a pan with spray oil & when it’s preheated & hot fry the burgers for approximately 8 minutes each side over a medium hear until cooked through. Fry the eggs in sprayoil when there are only a few minutes left on the burger cooking time. Assemble the bun garnished with rocket, red onion & tomato slices & top with the smokey burger & velvety egg and Enjoy!

2 thoughts on “Guiltless Smokey Steak Burger with a Velvety Soft Fried Egg & Peppery Rocket on a Wholemeal Burger Bun

  1. There’s that great fried egg again! I’m trying to figure out how you get it fried so that the white is thoroughly cooked (at least, it looks that way) but the yolk still looks like it’ll be runny. Obviously the bottom of the egg must be crisp because it’s not flopping down the sides of the burger. Do you just cook it on one side and put a lid on the pan? If so, how do you keep the yolk from cooking through? It just looks like the perfect fried egg!


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