Thursday, March 3, 2011

Barcelona Burger!


Tonight's dinner was inspired by a meal Annie recently had while visiting Barcelona, Spain. She ordered a burger and this is how it was served! Wonderfully Paleo and absolutely delicious. I highly recommend trying this twist for your next burger night! ...Use really good ground beef for this! Hope you enjoy. We all did... even the kids, when they got past the shock of seeing an egg on their hamburger patty! :-)

Thanks, Annie for sharing your Barcelona stories and restaurant experiences!

Recipe:
about 2 lbs. grass-fed ground beef or buffalo
(add your choice of seasoning to the ground beef. I used: black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, pinch chili flakes, and sea salt. Mix well and form into 4-6 patties).
4 eggs (one for each patty)
olive oil
3 oz. prosciutto (made into crispy chips)

Grill burgers to desired doneness. In a skillet, fry the eggs (over easy style). When burgers are grilled to your liking, top with the fried egg and sprinkle with the tasty prosciutto chips! Enjoy!

Prosciutto chips:

Heat oven to 400 degrees. Spray a cookie sheet with an olive oil spray (or coat with a little olive oil). Place thin prosciutto slices on cookie sheet. Bake for about 10-12 minutes (tuning once). Careful not to burn! They cook quick and will crisp up more after they cool slightly. Once cool enough, just break up the pieces with your hands for delicious bite-sized chips!




4 comments:

Amenah :o) said...

That looks WONDERFUL. Definitely making that this week (and having it with a large green salad).

Annie said...

Kelly...only you could recreate my Soco (the restaurant in Barcelona that served this) experience and make it look so good. Just so you know, I thought of you this entire dinner.

Beel W. said...

Made this for our family the other night and the kids macked it right up! They loved it!

AMSharkey said...

Did this last night! Awesome! I added avocado :)


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