Dilly Onion Humpty Dumpty Burgers

Total Time
Prep 14 mins
Cook 15 mins

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. Which turned out to be a stroke of luck for me. You see, the timing was perfect, because Humpty was just ready to hatch anyway, Since Humpty was an orphan, some kind-hearted poultry farmer raised Humpty to maturity, and then killed, plucked, and ground Humpty. This is a great recipe for ground fully-grown egg.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix all the sauce ingredients thoroughly, cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.
  2. Mix the ground Humpty, breadcrumbs, dill and thyme well and make into patties.
  3. Grill, broil or fry until desired doneness.
  4. Pour the sauce over the Humpty Dumpty burgers and enjoy.


Most Helpful

I've got one kid that is a maniac for dill! She also loves hamburgers. Just as a comment, she has trouble pronouncing a hard r, so when we go out for fast food we don't go to Burger King, we go to Booger King). I made these "boogers" last night, and she's fallen in love! To keep this non-dairy I just doubled the mayo instead of using yogurt. I grilled good old Humpty in a stove top grill pan. Two meat-eating Dornettes had theirs in buns (Yogi's Tasty Buns are perfect for this), I had mine unaccompanied by superfluous bread, just smothered in sauce with a giant-sized Israeli salad on the side. My veggie Dornette used the sauce for carrot stick dipping. My dill-loving Dornette pronounced these better than Booger King! Thanks for another winner, Miller!

Mirj March 24, 2003

I loved these burgers! Instead of ground chicken, I used ground pork (had it in the freezer) and used sour cream instead of plain yogurt. I accidentally put a tablespoon of dried dillweed in the burger mix (read the recipe wrong) and they still turned out fantastic. I will definitely be making these again... thanks Mille!

EastCoastKate September 18, 2006

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