Lindsey Cook Recipe

Biscuits and Gravy Burger

By Lindsey Cook lindseyallyn


Rating:
Serves:
4
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Method:
Stove Top
Comments:

I'm not sure why I've never seen a burger like this before on a menu because it is delicious. Messy? Yes. But oh so delicious.

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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
What a scrumtastic burger! Talk about a conversation starter... Can you imagine serving these to your guests for breakfast?  Love it.

Ingredients

4
fresh biscuits, cut in half
1/2 lb
ground beef, 90% lean
1 lb
ground Italian sausage
1/2 c
white onion, chopped
1 tsp
salt
1 tsp
pepper
FOR THE GRAVY
1/2 lb
ground Italian sausage
1/4 c
white onion, chopped
2
tomatillos, husked and chopped
1
jalepeno, chopped
2 Tbsp
butter, cold
1 3/4 c
whole milk
1/2 tsp
salt
1/2 tsp
pepper
1/2 tsp
cayenne pepper
3 Tbsp
flour
1/2 tsp
garlic powder
4 slice
pepperjack cheese
1/3 c
fresh cilantro, for garnish
4
pieces jalepeno, for ganish

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Beef, Pork, Burgers
Main Ingredient: Beef
Regional Style: Italian
Collection: World Food Champs

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61 Comments

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Lindsey Cook lindseyallyn
Jul 30, 2013
Thank you so much! Glad to hear it is being enjoyed. I can't wait to make it again once it is not 100 degrees in Dallas!
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Barbara Brooks YesWeCanChange3X
Jun 18, 2013
I tried this recipe for my 50ish adult sons, and they both LOVED it! They said this is a 'keeper,' mom...They both weigh over 200 pounds, and could only eat one of them. In fact, I made it for lunch, and told them this is a recipe that is good for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and they both agreed to that. Thanks for this delicious recipe.
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Straw's Kitchen CinCooks
May 30, 2013
You were partially correct. It could go either way.
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Sue Mucha ichangemyrecipes
May 30, 2013
Thanks for correcting me! now I know, sorry for saying it isn't a tomato.
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Straw's Kitchen CinCooks
May 30, 2013
Actually...

The tomatillo is also known as the husk tomato, jamberry, husk cherry, or Mexican tomato, but the latter is more appropriately used to describe the relative of which bears smaller fruit. These names can also refer to other species in the Physalis genus.

In Spanish, it is called tomate de cáscara, tomate de fresadilla, tomate milpero, tomate verde (green tomato), tomatillo (Mexico; this term means "little tomato").

Even though tomatillos are sometimes called "green tomatoes", they should not be confused with green, unripe tomatoes (tomatoes are in the same family, but a different genus).