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A deliciously satisfying Midwest Farm Burger that is perfect for brunch!
On the weekends, we love to make a larger than usual breakfast. So, by the time we get everything cooked, it usually turns into a brunch. Usually, our brunch staples include bacon, eggs, and sausage.
When Giant Food Stores asked me to recreate their Midwestern Farm Burger, I was ecstatic. A new recipe for our weekend brunch!
I didn’t exactly follow their recipe to a “T”. There was a few things that I changed. I thought there needed to be a country style sausage patty added to the farm burger. I also decided on baby spinach leaves for the greens.
Doesn’t that just look tasty? If you are not a fan of adding a sausage patty, it is still a great burger! If you want the original recipe, check it out here.
A few tips for making this Midwest Brunch Farm Burger:
- Fry your bacon first and then fry your eggs in the bacon grease. This gives the eggs excellent flavor. Feel free to sprinkle a bit of black pepper on the eggs while they are cooking.
- I like to cut my bacon strips in half before frying them up. Just use your kitchen scissors to snip them. I feel that it makes them easier to stack on your burger.
- I have spoiled myself with the freeze dried herbs. They are already chopped up and makes cooking easier. So in this recipe, I used the freeze dried chopped chives.
- When applying the cream cheese and chives spread, make sure to apply it to both sides of your roll.
- Try toasting your roll. Simply cut your roll in half. Place the cut side down on a heated skillet until lightly browned.
- Make sure you pick a ripe avocado if you plan to make this recipe same day as your shopping trip. If you don’t get a ripe one, place it on your window sill to help it ripen. I usually have to do this since I am not the greatest at picking out ripe ones.
- I just picked up some country style pork sausage in the meat department. I decided not to get the prepared pattys so I could make a slightly larger patty. Sometimes the prepared ones end up pretty small when they are cooked.
- When you go to make the pattys, the thinner the patty the better. It will cook all the way through faster.
This Farm Burger would be perfect to fix when you have family gathering as well. You can lay out all of the ingredients and everyone can fix their burger they way they want. Everyone will be happy!
Want some more great recipe ideas?? Make sure you check out all the ones from the Giant Recipe Center. They have tons of great ideas for celebrating the 4th of July as well! While you are there, check to see if a Giant Foods Store is near you!
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