A "hamburger with the lot" is an Aussie take on an American classic.The famed burger is served in pubs, fish & chip shops and restaurants around the country. It usually consists of a juicy beef patty in a bun served with with cheese, sliced tomato, sliced, canned beetroot, onions, lettuce, bacon and an egg. Some versions are served with a slice of pineapple for that extra flavor of summer. I found this on an Australian website. Enjoy!
- Cut hamburger rolls in half and butter both sides. Toast both halves on the grill.
- Fry or grill the meat patties, the bacon and the onion slices.
- Flip the patties over and place cheese on top.
- Fry the eggs.
- On bottom half of each bun, add ketchup to taste.
- Assemble the hamburger from the bottom up: lettuce, tomato, beets, onions, pineapple and meat patty. Top with bacon, egg, cheese and bun top.
This is soooo good! It's a huge burger but oh, so tasty. I cooked the bacon in the microwave while the burgers were grilling. Then fried the eggs kind of over easy. I really liked the beets on it. I'll definitely make this again. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT 8.
Made for ZWT-8 as there's only 1 place in Iceland where you can buy a good burger by US stds. I go there once a yr on the way to the highland lakes to fish w/Siggi for 4 dys - not often enough for this burger lover. You can buy good quality grd beef only at the Farmer's Market. A recent dinner guest gifted me w/a pkg of the Farmer's Market burgers & that's what I used tonite for your recipe. Burgers prob have more pers pref applied to them than any other food item. For example: Unlike other reviewers, neither of us eats beets! Ever! Even for you! I had wonderful fresh pineapple on-hand that I sliced thinly & that flavour was a happy presence. The only chg I'd make is to caramelize the onions (another pers pref). -- The burgers are gone. They were great! If I had room, I'd eat another & I doubt there's anyone alive who could eat 2 of these "monsters". Thx for sharing this yummy recipe w/us. :-)
One of the best burgers I've had! Like CJAY, I liked the addition of beets, and the pineapple on it was superb. To make it suitable for gluten free, I used gluten free buns and gluten free ketchup (some ketchups do contain gluten). As like many other gluten intolerants I'm intolerant to cow's milk, too, I substituted the cheddar with goat's gouda (tastes a bit similar to cheddar).
Thanks for posting this comfort food :)
Made for the Gluten Free Challenge of ZWT 8 / Australia / NZ for the Lively Lemon Lovelies