|The go to: yummy burger with grill zucchini and potatoes.|
Normally I am very good about this rule. However, had I read this I would not made it because it takes 3 hours and I do not have 3 hours on Wednesday night to make dinner and in the end my mess up really wasn't bad at all. I actually really enjoyed it and would recommend it. I sort of mixed up the sauce that is in the original recipe and I may have to mix it up for other burgers, it was pretty good. I only used half of the eggplant and I sliced the other half, coated them in olive oil and grilled them with a bit of salt and pepper. Also very good, but I have decided that while I like eggplant the flavor, I am not a a fan of its texture. In the burger it was fine, grilled, I couldn't eat too many pieces, but I would still recommend trying it out.
Eggplant Burger (one serving)
Please note that I kind of threw this together, so the measurements are approximate.
- 1/4 lb ground beef
- 1/4 cup diced eggplant
- 1 slice of Munster cheese
- 1 tsp ketchup
- 1 tbps chopped dill pickle
- 1 tsp plain yogurt
- 1 tsp spicy brown mustard
- 1 burger bun
- Heat grill to high. Mix the ground beef and eggplant together and make into a patty and grill for about 5 minutes, or until cooked through. If you want to grill some eggplant, I put them on the grill about half way through cooking, when I flipped the burger.
- Mix the ketchup, yogurt, dill pickle, and mustard together.
- Place the cheese on the burger and the bun, cut side down on the grill. Cook for one minute. Spread the sauce on your bun, place your burger on the bun and
|Eggplant burger and grilled eggplant slices|