While at the Red Robin Kids Cookoff I was able to taste local finalist Emily’s Dill Havarti Burger. On it she also has fried pickles. I know right? What a concept! Although her recipe closely resembled last years winners. I know it’s not quite burger season yet but this dill Havarti burger is something different you can add to burger arsenal.
I wanted to try my own recipe and see how it turned out.
To begin slice up any pickle, I made my slices slightly thicker than a presliced pickle. I allowed them to sit on a layer of 3 paper towel for 20 minutes which absorbs some of the moisture in the pickle for better breading.
Simple breading technique: One in the flour, one in the egg, then one in the breading. (no matter what kind you use)
Cook in 1/4 of oil and flipped them over as you go. They cooked really fast so be ready to stand by.
Dill Havarti and Fried Dill Pickle Cheeseburger Recipe:
Simply top your burger with the Havarti cheese.
I put a dash of salt and pepper on some tomato and topped it with the fried pickles.
Although you too can create any version of this, slice lettuce would be a nice addition, also some ketchup.
The combination of dill and the pickle is simply divine. It’s not your ordinary cheeseburger!
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