I’ll be honest, I didn’t even know what a Durr Burger was until last week. I was helping my son look up some live video streaming stuff (I’d explain further, but it was beyond my skill set) and came across sssniperwolf’s video on how to make a Durr Burger- being a foodie, of course I had to watch it. Once I saw the super cute Durr Burger, I was in love and HAD to make one for myself. My son also showed me some Fortnite footage and I think Durr Burger looks suspiciously like an In-N-Out Burger. These would be perfect for a birthday party, but they made for a fun family dinner.
Beefy Onion Durr Burger Recipe by Melanie Knight (inspired by sssniperwolf)
Makes 4 Burgers
- 1 pound hamburger (organic grass fed 85/15)
- 1 pack dry Lipton beefy onion soup mix (get the name brand it taste amazing)
- 1 beefy tomato- sliced into 4 thick slices
- 4 green olives with pimento- the big ones if you can find them
- 8 black olive slices (eyes)
- 8 mozzarella balls (eyes)
- 4 slices cheddar cheese
- 4 whole wheat hamburger buns (the video game has sesame topped buns, but I opted for whole wheat since I don’t eat white bread)
- 4 slices of turkey bacon (for the tongue)
- 8 toothpicks to hold the eyes on
- 4 bamboo skewers, cut down to hold the olive in place (see pic)
Mix the hamburger with the dry soup mix, then shape into 4 burger patties. Cook in a frying pan over med high heat for a few minutes, then flip and cook on the other side until done. I like my burgers well done, so adjust the time if you like yours medium.
At the same time, heat the turkey bacon up in another frying pan 3-4 minutes per side. This smells amazing while it cooks, so heads up.
For the eyes, cut a small circle out of each mozzarella ball and insert the black olive slice. Repeat 7 more times.
To assemble follow this order: bottom bun, hamburger, cheese slice, tomato, turkey bacon (adjust so it hangs out like a tongue to the side and to the bottom of the bun), top bun, skewer with green olive (slightly tilt the skewer). Insert a tooth pick on the left & right top with 1/2 inch sticking out, then add a mozzarella ball to each one.
Viola! You now have 4 Durr Burgers!
Side note- I had a really hard time eating food that was looking at me. I took a bite with the eyes on and it was difficult to enjoy my food. Once I took the eyeballs off, that baby disappeared lickety-split 🙂