Parisian Burger

Ohh my goodness. This might have been one of my best burgers yet. Seriously. Mr. J agreed. This burger itself packs some seriously sophisticated flavor with dijon and rosemary, and then the toppings just perfect it with truffle mayo & egg yolk. I love the menu at Met Burger Bar so I adapted one of their burgers from the international section. I humbly think mine may rival theirs…or top it.

The Three Bite Rule - Parisian Burger

Ingredients (for 2 burgers):

3/4 pound ground beef/chicken
1 tsp fresh rosemary, chopped
1 tsp minced garlic
1 tsp dijon mustard
2 slices of swiss
2 rolls
2 eggs
2 tbs mayo
1/2 tsp truffle oil/truffle butter

Directions:

Preheat grill, or grill pan if cooking inside.
Mix together ground meat (I did chicken, Mr. J did beef), rosemary, garlic, and mustard.
The Three Bite Rule - Parisian Burger
Gently form into patties sprinkling with salt & pepper on each side.
The Three Bite Rule - Parisian Burger
Grill until chicken is cooked through, or beef is cooked to your liking. Top with cheese.
Mix together mayo, truffle oil, salt & pepper.
Heat a flat pan to medium high heat when the burgers are almost cooked.
Reduce pan to medium heat, and fry 2 eggs.
Cover the eggs with small pot lids to cook the white through, keeping the yolk intact, cooking for about 4 minutes.
Lay arugula onto the bottom bun, top with the burger, then add the fried egg, and spread truffle mayo onto the top bun.
The Three Bite Rule - Parisian Burger
Ooo la la. This was so good. The garlic and rosemary in the burger makes it really flavorful. I loooove peppery arugula. The yolk acts like a condiment. I almost did truffle ketchup which would also be good for some acidity. The decadence of this burger was not lost on us. Every flavor is rich, powerful, and spot-on.

My chicken burger was cooked per-fect-ly. That’s tough to do. One more minute and it would have been dry. It probably needs about 5-6 minutes per side. It really depends on the grill temperature, flame, etc. A meat thermometer is a good idea. Mr. J finds them to stick, since there isn’t as much fat as beef to keep it off the grill. The recent method has been spraying heavy duty aluminum foil to help it from crumbling.

This is one for the record books and one I’ll make again, for sure.
The Three Bite Rule - Parisian Burger

Some of my other favs include:
Nacho Burger
The Three Bite Rule - Nacho Burger
and the Rodeo Burger
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and of course stuffed burgers like the Greek Stuffed Burgers
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