Bizarre Foods Monday: Fried Pheasant Eggs on Burgers

I found these for $3 a dozen at the Farmer’s Market. I pickled the majority of them (recipe coming in a few weeks) but I kept back 2 to put on top of hamburgers. My hubby said he didn’t want any eggs on his, but when he saw them fried in butter in the heart mold, he admitted he wanted one. It was a hit! He’s all about fried eggs on hamburgers now, especially these smaller ones.

Pheasant eggs

Get your hamburger patties going. Meanwhile, start toasting buns. Also meanwhile, melt about a Tablespoon of butter in a small skillet. If you have a mold or biscuit cutter, set it in the hot butter. Crack the eggs into the mold and let cook until white is set and yolks are still jiggly but not completely raw. You want a little of a skin on the top so that you have to cut it to make the yolk run out over the burger. Assemble your burger to your liking but keep the egg on top. Serve sliced in half.

~ by accordingtoleanne on August 17, 2015.

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