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Gourmet Benedict Brunch Burger

Poached Eggs, Bacon & Spinach Beef Burger

4

Serves

5 mins

Prep Time

20 mins

Cook Time

Angel Bay

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Angel Bay

Poached eggs, wilted spinach and crispy bacon piled high on top of a juicy beef patty and sandwich between an English muffin. This brunch inspired meal is truly a gourmet breakfast.

Using Angel Bay Premium Angus Beef Burgers straight from the freezer means you'll have a delicious meal on the table in no time.

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Ingredients

For the Burger

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4 Angel Bay Premium Angus Beef Patties

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4 English muffins

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1 cup grated cheese

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250g streaky bacon

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120g spinach

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4 eggs

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Jar hollandaise sauce

Method

For the Burger

1

In a fry pan cook the bacon until crispy.

2

Remove the patties from the packaging before cooking.

3

Cook the Angel Bay Premium Angus Beef Patties from frozen.

4

If Air Frying: cook on 180°C for 13-14 minutes, turning partway through. Heating times may vary depending on the number of patties and air fryer power.

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If Pan Frying: If frying, cook on a medium heat for 13-15 minutes, turning every 3-4 minutes.

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If cooking in the Oven: Preheat to 200°C and cook on fan bake for 16-18 minutes, turning partway through.

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If Microwaving: Microwave (1000w) each patty from frozen for approximately 1 minute 20 seconds per side. Rest for 1-2 minutes. (Microwave heating times may vary depending on number of patties heated and microwave power).

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When the patties are almost done, sprinkle on the cheese and cook until the cheese has melted.

9

In a pot, half full with water, get the water boiling and add 1 tablespoon of white vinegar.

10

When the water is boiling, stir the water and get it swirling and then crack in the eggs. Turn the water down to a medium-low heat and continue to gently swirl the water. Cook for 3-5 minutes, until the yolk is cooked as desired. Remove the eggs with a slotted spoon and sit on a paper towel.

11

Gently wilt the spinach in boiling water (or put the spinach in a sieve and gently pour boiling water over the spinach).

12

Lightly toast the English muffins in the toaster.

13

Now you're ready to serve, butter the bottom muffin and layer the patty, bacon, the wilted spinach, the poached egg and a generous drizzle of hollandaise sauce.

14

Pop on the lid, and enjoy!

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